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Full text of "LeCount & Strong's San Francisco city directory for the year 1854 : embracing a general directory of the citizens : and a street directory, with an appendix, containing all useful and general information appertaining to the city , an almanac, etc"

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^T^ZE^ST LATEST STYLES 

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Our partner, Mr. S. C. Keyes, who resides in New York, and gets 
up every Garment ESPECIALLY FOR THIS MARKET, and his long 
experience in the Clothing Business, and the manufacturing of our own 
garments, gives us the advantage over any other House in this country. 

We have always on hand the Most Extensive and Largest Assortment 
of the LATEST STYLES and MOST FASHIONABLE GARMENTS in 
California, and every garment WARRANTED. 

An extensive assortment of Furnishing Goods, 

Boots, Shoes, Overshoes, Hats, Caps, 

Soleleather, Trunks, Valises, 

Carpet Bags, &c. 

Our facilities are such, that we can sell our goods lower than any 
other House, and warrant every garment equal to its recommendation. 
JgSr'Calland examine for yourselves, at 

KEYES & Co.'s 

BRICK STORE, COR. CLAY AND KEARNY STREETS. 

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STATE TELEGEAPH COMPANY. 

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San Francisco — 159 Clay st., one door above Montgomery. 
San Jose — Corner of First and Santa Clara streets. 
Stockton — Corner of El Dorado and Main streets. 
Sacramento — Corner of J and Third streets. 
Marysville — High st., over Wells, Fargo & Co. 

This line of Telegraph is now in operation 

between the above named places, and will connect at Sacramento 
with the line of the 

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MORMON ISLAND, 

DIAMOND SPRINGS. 

PLACERV1LLE, 

COLOMA, 

AUBURN, 

GRASS VALLEY, 
and NEVADA. 

From San Francisco to Stockton, Sacramento, and Marys- 
ville, for first 10 words - - $2 00 

Each additional 5 words 75 

To San Jose, first 10 words 1 00 

Each additional five words 40 

The operators are bound to secrecy. 

All Messsages, except police reports, transmitted in regular order. 

JOHN MIDDLETON, President. 

E. R. CARPENTER, Secretary. 

JOS. C. PALMER, Treasurer. 



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JOHN MIDDDETON, HORACE W. CARPENTIER, 

SQUIRE P. DEWEY, E. D. KEYES, 

CHARLES W. COOK. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 




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NORTH-EAST CORNER OF SANSOME & MERCHANT STREETS, 
SAN FRANCISCO, 

Have for sale the largest stock on the Pacific Coast of 

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Surgical Instruments. Druggists' Glassware, 
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Comprising every article required by Druggists and Physicians, which 
they are prepared to sell at the very lowest market prices. 

One member of the firm resides permanently on the Atlantic coast, and 

devotes his entire time to the selection of STOCK for the 

California, Oregon and Sandwich Island markets. 

S. R. & Co. are the onlv agents for the GRAEFKNBERG COMPANY'S 
MEDICINES, OSGOOD'S INDIA CHOLAGOGUE, and AYERS' 
CHERRY PECTORAL, for California, Oregon and the Sandwich 
Islands. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



PIONEER GYMNASIUM, 




B0M6 AND FMGMG ROOMS, 

BY F. "WHEELER, 

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HEALTH, VIGOR, ELASTICITY, ENDURANCE, ROBUSTNESS 
and Beauty of Form, are the rewards to those who will persevere in 
the practice of 

Gryioci.x±€u&~tl& Exercises! 

N. B.— BOXING GLOVES, made of the best material, kept constantly 
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The subscribers take this method to inform their friends and the public 
generally, that they are practical HATTERS, and that having had sixteen 
years' experience, are competent and careful in selecting goods and 
workmen, so that their patrons can rely on Hats offered by them to be 

AS GOOD AS THE BEST AND CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST, 

Injnanufacturing MOLESKIN HATS we excel. 
Hats made to order at short notice. 

COLLINS & Co. 

157 Commercial street. 



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LAW, STANDARD, SCHOOL & MISCELLANEOUS BOflKS 

JL^to, 6ontifi«)c|~Hon§e ^1)3 FiO)c|| §t^fioii)elfij ; 
LAW AND SHIPPING BLANKS; 

POCKET KNIVES, GOLD PENS, SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS, 

J8®"BOOK-BINDING and RULING clone to order in the neatest 
manner. Patronage respectfully solicited. 

GEO. W. MURRAY & CO. 



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ALSO, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, AND ITALIAN VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS. 

These goods are imported direct from the above named places, and 
are offered for sale cheaper than any other house in San Francisco can 
afford them. A liberal per centage allowed to Commission Merchants. 
Orders from the Country promptly attended to. 

A. KQHLER, 

STOCKTON ST., BETWEEN JACKSON AND PACIFIC. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




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Ko. 159 q$ 161 EVortf Sfrcef, beioto Jqcific dJJfyqirf. 

This Establislimeut has recently been greatly enlarged by an addition 
of FORTY Single Rooms, which are located on the first and second 
floors, and the whole house newly Painted, Papered and Carpeted. 



Are all of the best description, most of them having been imported 
expressly for this house, and the bedding generally will be found equal to 
any in the State. 

1 CDtromifrintts Hwfatmmt 

Is attached to the house, in which can be obtained, at all hours, all the 
necessaries and luxuries of life, at as reasonable rates as at any other 
house in the city. 

Passengers arriving by the boats at night, will please notice that this 
House is to the RIGHT^as they pass up the Wharf. The House may be 
known by Two Bright Lights burning before the door. 






No. 4 and 6 Chamber street, and 159 and 161 Front street. This Bathing 
Establishment has been recently fitted up, and is attached to the Mercan- 
tile Hotel. All of the recent improvements in Bathing are introduced, 
such as improved Brushes, Turkish Bathing Towels, &c. The Baths will 
be supplied with Hot and Cold Soft Water. Also, Salt Water Hot and 
Cold Baths will be furnished when desired. 

GEORGE BROWN, Proprietor. 



LeCOUNT & STKONG-'S 

SA5FRMCISC0 CITT DIRECTORY 

FOR THE YUAR 1854; 



EMBRACING 



A GENERAL DIRECTORY OE THE CITIZENS 



AND 



A STREET DIEECTORY; 



WITH 



Mi ALP1PIIK1D0& 



CONTAINING ALL USEFUL AND GENERAL*' INFORMATION APPERTAINING TO 

THE CITY; 



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Office of the Directory at LeCOUNT & STRONG'S Book Store, Montgomery street. 



San Jrancisco : 

PRINTED AT THE SAN FRANCISCO HERALD OFFICE, MONTGOMERY STREET. 

1854. 



Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1853, by LeCount & Strong, in the Clerk's Office of the District 

Court of the District of California. 






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INDEX TO THE ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Public attention is solicited to the Addvertisixg Department, which has been arranged 
with much care, displaying at a glance the good taste of the printers, and impressing upon 
the stranger and townsman the enterprise and energy of the business men of the city. To 
the Directory itself it adds an air of business, and'gives it a better character as a book 
of reference. By turning to the columns following, the notices of those who have adopted 
this course to give publicity to their business, may be easily found. This department will 
be of especial value, to merchants from the country, who may wish to purchase goods. 

The business of San Francisco is rapidly imcreasing, and the causes are varied which 
operate so favorably upon it. The rapid increase of the population, and the arrival by every 
steamer of families, who intend to make this their future home, give an air of stability and 
permanency to the city, and create a larger demand for the luxuries as well as necessaries of 
life, for home consumption, in addition to the already immense, yet constantly increasing, in- 
land trade, so well facilitated by our matchless harbor and its tributary bays and rivers. 
Yet it must be evident to every one, that the immense business now carried on in Sajfc 
Francisco is, comparatively, small to what it will be when the great international improve- 
ments now in agitation shall have been completed. 

In admiring the operating causes which have led to this happy result, we must not for- 
get that the Press has been a mighty engine in building up the present prosperous state of 
trade — a press inferior to none in the United States, and weilding an influence second only 
to the indomitable energy and perseverance of the business men of San Francisco. 

Notb. — Advertisement pages from 1 to 8, inclusive, will be found in the front, and the 
remainder in the last part of the book, with the exception of the colored leaves, which are 
placed opposite their respective letters in the General Dictionary. 



Agent for U. S. Govt. I 
Land Claims. 

NAMES. PAGE. 

J. D Stevenson 23 

Agricultural Wa ehouse. 
C. A. McNulty 70 

AIj>. and Porter. 

Edward H. Parker 41 

A 'chitects 

Craine and England 20 

hi. McLean Stephenson.. 20 

Joseph Boardman 20 

L R. Townsend V0 

Clark &. George 21 

Wm. H. Ranlett 21 

Assay Office. 
Dr. A. S. Wright 32 

Attorneys and Counsellors. 
Wells, Haight * Gary.. 22 

Crittend-n <fc Inge 22 

Sawyer, Johnson &Pix- 

ipy 22 

Kewen a Mor ison 23 

Hart <fe Stevenson 23 

Waller & Dodge 23 

Campbell.Taylor&Beckh 24 
Marshall, Huntington & 

Dwinell 24 

Hoi aday,Sanders & Cary 24 

James T. Boyd 25 

McAllister, Williams * 

R'>se 25 

E. G. Austin 25 

Heslep <fe Macrae 25 

Parsons, Cook & ds... 26 
William Rabe 33 



Auctioneers {Real Estate). 

NAMES. PAGE. 

Wainwright, Randall & 
Co 35 

S-lve * Sinton 36 

Charl s D. Cart'-r 36 

Theodore Payne * Co.. 37 

Australian Agency. 

Hugh s &. Hunter 45 

Bank ng Houses. 

F. A'g»nti & Co 26 

B. Davidson 27 

Burg.vne&Co 27 

Page, Bacon & Co 28 

Tallant & Wilde 28 

Lucas, Turner * Co 29 

Dres 1, Sather & Church 29 

Sand rs & Brenham 30 

Palmer, Cook & Co 30 

Robinson & Co 31 

Dr. A S.Wright 32 

J B. Timmerman & Co. 32 
Wei s, Fargo <t Co., col- 
ored le;if W 

Adams & Co 6 

Bag Factories. 
Greenwood & Hills..... 72 
S. O. Biigham & Co 5L 

Whoolf, Philips <fe Co... Tl 
Wm R. Gorham & Co . 85 

Banners and Fringe. 

D. Norcross 80 

Baths. 

Cochituate .... 44 

Mercantile, '8 

Montgomery 19 



NAMES. PAGE 

Washington.., 19 

"What Cheer" 75' 

Bedding. 
Bryant & King, colored j 

leaf B, 

H. Carnson 42; 

C. Scriber 42 

W.J. Silver 43! 

Hjwes <fc Co 80 

Bell- Hangers. 

John C. Aves 53; 

Knight * Kimball 64 

S.G.Tripp 50' 

Grattan <fc Bell 83j 

Black'mi!' s. 

Lawton * Smith 6f 

Blank Bonks if S ationery. 
Lord <fe Webb, col. leaf.. L 

Books. Sta'ioneri/, 4"C. 

LeCount & Strong, first 

cover 

Marvin and Hithcock... 17 

Geo. W. Murrav <t C 5 

Charles P. Kimball 13, 14, 15 

Book-Binders 
LeCount & Strong, out- 
side fr"nt cover 

Geo. W. Murray &. Co.. 6 

Bearding (private). 

John P. Vanness 69 

Boiler- Makers. 

Geo. K. Gluyas 55 

Dinxhue's 56 

Goddard <fc Co 66 



Brass Foundries. 

XAMES. PAGE. 

G. M. Hutton 54 

John C. Ayers 53 

Knight & Kimball 64 

Donahue's 66 

Brokers. 
Jos. Grant & Arm. 

Guvol 34 

Wm. Neely Johnson & Co 38 

C. H. West 38 

Brokers (Ship and Custom 
House). 

W. Reynolds 45 

Hughes & Hunter 45 

Builders. 

Clark & George 21 

James Sheldon . 84 

Builders' Materials. 

GratUn & Bell 83 

Camphene and Buning 
Fluid. 

George Dei tz 66 

R. F. Knox & Co 69 

Carpenter and Builder. 

Edward Nunan 21 

Carriage- Makers. 

Woodside <fc Co 65 

G. Onderdonk 65 

Lawton &Smith... 66 

Carriage- Trimmer. 
John L. Ottignon 65 

Chronometer Makers. 
Barrett <*t Sherwood, in- 
side front cover...... 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Clothing and Gents' Furn- 
ishing G.-o 8 

NAMES PAGE 

Kyesii C« - 1 

Brown dt K yes, inside 

back cover.. ~ 

Cvach- Painters. 

Kimbal a. d C 65 

Coal. 

A Wheelwright 67 

Coopers. 

A N b'e PI 

R W Guun 6i 

Cofipnplat Printer. 

J. Charlton, Jr 85 

Coppersmiths. 
Lee A Hi k> y 52 

Smith, Gow rs &. Neifus 53 

Commission and Shijiping 
■ Agents. 

Cule 4 Nagle 66 

Coroner. 
J. W Wh ling 50 

Duguerrean Gall ries. 

H. W Br d ey'a 19 

fiord's, colored 1 af F 

Die Sinker. 
J. Chirlcmi, J 85 

U'Ugs, Meilicinei. Ac. 
St ry, R diugton 4 Co.. 3 
James M M .ore & Co.. 7 

Dry rtock 71 

Engineer (Civil) and Sui- 

veyor. 
Jos. Boardman 20 

E g'uveis. 
And. V. S Anthony, col- 
ored leaf. A 

Jus. M. Cl.-ssen 70 

J. Chailton, Jr 85 

Expresses 

Ad uns A C> 6 

W. 1.6, F..rg.> A. Co , col- 
ored l«nf W 

Reed'sCity Dispatch post 6 

Fancy Stationery. 
LeC'ou. t » Strong, out- 
side f- nt c vt-.r 

Ma vi i A Hitchcock — 17 
Geo. W. Slur ay A Co.. 6 

Flowing M Us. 
Conro, Simps n 6c Co.. 68 

F urn lure. 
Bryant & King, colored 

leif B 

Geo Whitney, co'orcd 

leal . TV 

D Geen 42 

H. C-irnsnn 42 

Haywood A Co 42 

C. Scrib.-r 42 

Hiwes 4 Co %i 

Gas Company 74 

Grocer es and Provisions 
Lewis Tsal & Co 67 

fiuntnitfu 
S. G. Tripp 50 

Gymnasium. 
F. Wheeler 4 

Ground Coffee. 
Mrs. Ghirardelli & Co .. 86 

Hardware. 

Chapin A Sawyer 70 

C. A. McNulty 70 

Harness. Leather. Ac 

John Wi eon a g,,n 67 

Chapin A Sawyer 70 



Hair Dressing Sa'oons. 

NAMES. PAGE 
C cllltllate 44 

Mnitgom ry 19 

W shi gt n 19 

••What Cheer" 75 

Hat'- and Caps. 

Collins A Co 4 

at Bock " anuf clwer. 

Edward Nunan i\ 

"one Healers and Makers. 
W. H * E. S. Graves... 52 

Lee * Hinkley 52 

Smith, G-'wers 4 Net fus 53 

Hotels. 
Bmwn's M-rcai tile..... 8 

Po-tsm nth House 75 

'What Clmer' - House.. 75 
Hitman's Temperance 

House 76 

Central H 'tel 77 

City H .tet 77 

F aiklin House '7 

1. ans House 77 

Iron Found- ies. 

G. M. Hutton 54 

D.i ahu 's 5k 

Geo. K. Gluyas 55 

Goddird a Co 56 

Insurance if d Assurance 
Camp- me*. 

Home Tnsurai ce C" 39 

Mona'ch Assu'ance Co.. 39 

I"strumen's( Nautical, Op- 
tical. #c.) 
Schmolz 4 Knus 81 

Lamps 

Knight * Kimball 54 

George Dietz A Co 66 

Li hnpraphers. 
LeCmiet 4 Strung, out- 
side front cover 

Liqwrs. 
Lewis Teal a Co 67 

Locksmiths. 

S. G. T'ipp f0 

Joh.i C. Ayies 53 

Locksmiths' Materials. 
Grnttan A- Bell Si 

Machine Sewing. 

S. 0. Brigh.m a Co 51 

Greenwood & Hills 72 

Machinists. 

Donahue's 56 

G-o K. Gluyas.. 55 

Goddard * Co 56 

G M. Hutton 54 

Ma hie and Freestone. 

John Grant 62 

James Sh ldon 84 

Mastic Wo-k. 

Mason a Bicker 38 

Merchants. 
Bo!ton, Ba run a; Co 33 

Mwic and Mu-iic-il Instru- 
ments. 

Marvin * Hitchcock 17 

A. K.hler..: 7 

Salvator Rosa 48 

fcav'gahir's Warehouse. 
Thonns Teuneiit, outside 
back cover 

News and Periodical De- 
pots. 

George H. Lelalld 4 Co., 

colored leaf L 

J. W. Sullivan 69 



Nolar es Public. 

NAMKS. PAGE. 

Charl s D. Carter -6 

J-.s. G a t 34 

Samuel H.Dwinelle 3:', 

Wm Hart 23 

L W. S'oat S3 

Wm. Rube 33 

Oil. 

George Dei tz A Co 66 

R. F. K..ox * C 69 

P c k ets. 
Independent Line, Stock- 
ton --43 

Pain'ers and G'nzie-s. 
John S W-tson A- Co, 

C t'ored le f W 

Wm. Worthington 72 

W. R. B-rna d 72 

Paper. Hangers. 
John S Watson A- Co., 
colored leaf W 

McE wee a Wightman.. 40 

A. C. Messeive 4 Co... 43 

Perfumery 
Janvs M. Moore 4 Co.. 71 

Piano- Fortes 
Woodworlh 61 Co — ... 18 

Plnurs 
L E. Morgn 4 Co 64 

Plumbers. 

Lee A Hinkley 52 

Smith, Growers 4 Xe<. fus 53 

Potcder. 

GibbonB 4 Lammot 61 

Edwaid H. Parker 41 

Pump (me at). 
W. H. &l E. S. Graves- 52 

Pumps (wood) and Blocks- 
Gardner A Moulton 58 

Publisher. 
Chas. P. Kln.ball.-13, 14,15 

Quartz- Ci usbing Ma- 
chine y. 

G M. Hutton f4 

Goddard & Co 66 

Qaicksilver, 
Bolton, Bar. 011 & Co 33 

Real Estate Dealers. 
Brown. B others A Co.. 16 
Jos. Gra t & Arm. 

Guy 1 34 

Charles D. Cater 36 

Th lore Payne 4 Co.. S7 

C 'iirey A Howard 37 

Wm Naely Joh .son « Co 38 
Wainwright, Randall 4 

C • 35 

Selover A Sinton 36 

Res alia a 'id Trimmings. 
D. Norcross.... . 80 

Restaurants 

Brown's Mercantile 8 

L jngley's .. 17 

Saddlery. 

John Wilson & Son 67 

Chapin 4 Sawyer 70 

'■oap and Candles. 
Bergen 4 Sons 86 

Sash. Don's and Blinds 

H. M. G-.lb.iti) 57 

H. Ames 4 to 67 



Sawing and Planing 

NAMES PAGE. 

G. M. Hutton 64 

H. M Colbath 61 

II Ames 4 Co 57 

Segnrs. 
St. Losky, Levy A Co ... 63 
Lewi? Teal A Co 67 

Seeds. 

James M. Mooie & Co.. 71 

Ship>r*ii>ht. and Caulkers. 

B I. Norris 4 Co 68 

Gardner 4 Moulton 58 

Shin 8c Sit a • boat Smiths. 
Gardner A Moulton 58 

Si ks and Fancy Goods. 
T.J Grotjan 67 

Snrfa- Water Appa atus. 
W. H. 4 E S.Graves... 52 

Soda- Vl'ate' ManufacVers 
Ghase A Co 69, 60 

Mrs Ghirardelli A Co... 86 

Spar-Makeis, Ac. 
Bell, Nonis a Co „ 58 

Stables. 

Tattersall's 78 

Ea<rle 78 

Hippona 80 

Steam Engines. 

Donahue's .... 56 

Geo. K. Gluy is f-5 

Godda d A Co 56 

Stoves and Ti"vare 

J coh F eeman 58 

H. C. Killgore 61 

Straw 6c Millinery Goods. 

T J. Giotjan 67 

*"« veying Instruments. 
Thomas Tennent, outside 
back cov r 

Syrups and Co dials. 

Tu 1 or B others 73 

Mrs. Ghirardelli 4 Co-.. 86 

T legranh Company— 2 
Tin Copper and Sheet- 
iron Workers 

Lee A Hinkley 52 

Jacob Freeman 58 

T ys and Fancy Goods. 
A. K hler „ 7 

Uphnls'ery Goods a-id Po- 
pe Hangins. 
McElwe & Wightmin.. 40 
A. C Mpsserve 4 Co 43 

t'nrfertakers. 

Nathaniel Gray 49 

.!. W. Whaling 50 

John Murphy .... . 49 

Wa'rm's Roofs. 
J. H. Purkitt 26 

Watches. Jewfliy, lee. 
B irri tt * Sherwood, in- 
side front cover 

G. C. A S. S Shreve.... 46 
Gaime. Guile'mot 4 Co. 47 

W. C. Allen 47 

H. M, Lewis 47 

Weigher and Inspector. 
0. W.Easton 63 

Wines. ( Blackbery and 

Gineer) eye. 
Tu-ner Brothers 73 

Wire- Works. 
G orge Dennis . 82 

Wood- Turning. 

G. M. Hmton 54 

H M Colbath 67 



ALMANAC. 



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JANUARY, 1854. 



MOON'S PHASES. 
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Last Quarter, 21st day. New M< , 28th day 



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Chas. P. Kimball, Proprietor, 

77 Long Wharf, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Established Feb., 1851. 

ALSO. 

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"UNCLE SAM." 

The Largest, Cheapest, and Best 
Weekly Paper issued in Califor- 
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7 10 a 
7 9.3 
7 9 5 
17 8 5 
7 85 



in h in 

49 7 4* 

50 9 

51 10 7 

52 11 13 

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53 15 

54 1 15 

65 2 14 

66 3 14 

57 4 13 

58 5 13 

59 6 8 
H 'ises 

1 5 15 

2 6 16 

3 7 19 

5 S 21 

6 9 2.3 

7 10 27 

8 11 33 

9 mo n 

10 39 

11 1 50 ' 

12 3 3 

13 4 17 

15 5 27 

16 6 30 

17 sets 

18 6 33 

19 7 46 

20 8 55 I 



FEBRUARY, 1854. 



-MOONS PH L8ES. 
First Quarter, 4th day. Full Moon. 12th day. 
Last Quarter, 20th day. New Moon, 26th day. 



D D'sof 
M week 



MISCELLANIES. 



Sun Sun Moon 
rise sets sets 



lWed 
2 Thur 
3Fri 

4 Sat 

5 SUN 
6, Mon 

7 Tcie 

8 Wed 

9 Thur 
111 Fri 

11 Sat 

12 SUN 

13 Mon 

14 Tue 

15 Wed 

16 Thur 

17 Fri 
Is Sat 
19 SUN 
29 Mon 

21 Tue 

22 Wed 

23 Thur 

24 F i 



NOISY CARRIERS 

PIBUSHIUJ HALL, 

77 Long Wharf. 

The only DEPOT for all of 

Oleason's, Williams' and French's 

PUBLICATIONS, 

On the Pacific coast. 



25 Sat 
K6 SUN 

27 Mon 
2S Tue 



— ALSO— 
A General Assortment of New 
Yok 

CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, 
Embracing Harper's. DeWitt <fc 
Davcnpoit, Stringer & Town- 
send, together with a g eat va- 
riety of Peterson's Philadelphia, 
with others too numerous to 
mention. 

CHAS. P. KIMBALL. 

Proprietor. 1 



h m h m h 
7 7 5 21 10 
7 6 5 23 11 3 
7 5 5 24 morn 
7 45 25 5 
7 3 5 26 
7 2)5 27 
7 1 5 28 
7 5 29 
6 59l5 30 4 58 
6 58 5 32 5 42 
6 57 5 33' 6 26 
6 55 5 34: rises 
6 54 6 35 6 14 
6 53 5 36 7 17 
6 52 5 38! 8 22 
6 51 5 39: 9 26 
,6 49 5 40|l0 32 
6 4s 5 41 11 41 
6 47|5 42 mo n 
6 46 .3 44 51 
6 44 5 45 2 3 
6 43 5 46 3 13 
6 42 5 47 
6 40 5 48 
6 38 5 49! 
6 37 5 51 
6 36 5 52 
6 34,5 53 



4 IS 

5 14 

6 1 
sets 

6 33 

7 41 



MARCH, 1854. 



APRIL, 1854. 



MOONS PHASES. 
First Qua ter, 6th day. Full Moon, 11th day. 
Last Qua- ter, 21st day. New Moon. 28th day. 



D D'sof 
M week 



MISCELLANIES. 



Sun Sun Moon 
rise sets sets 



1 Wed 

2 Thur 
3F;i 

4 Sat 

5 SUN 

6 Mon 

7 Tue 

8 Wed 

9 Thur 
lOF.i 

11 Sat 

12 SUN 

13 Mon 

14 Tue 

15 Wed 
lflTIm 

17 Fri 

18 Sat 
'9SUN 

20 Mon 

21 Tue 

22 Wed 

23 Thur 

24 Fri 
2-3 Sat 

26 SUN 

27 Mon 

28 Tue 

29 Wed 

30 Thur 

31 F.i 



NOISV CARRIER S 



h 111 ll 111 h 111 

6 33 5 54 8 46 
6 32 5 S5 9 49 



PUBLISHING HALLI 

6 

BLANK BOOKS 6 

Ami Stationery of every descrip- *? 

tion. from the Manufactories of^ 

Oliver. Holnian, & Co,, Boston; 6 

Ives <5c Co., and Putnam. Salem : ° 

6 

consisting of Russia, half Russia, r , 

Imitation Russia, Sheep Paper, 6 

4*., Are.. &C. 

o 
Receipt Book. Ship, Steamer, R 

Drayman, Blank Memorandum. ' 5 

inch Metalic and Plain Pencil fi 

Books. Long Bar Books. Quarto 6 

Pocket Ledgers, Miniature Blank - 
a 

Copying Books and Manifold Let- 5 

ter-Writ-rs. 5 

CHAS. P. KIMBALL, f, 

Prop ietor, 5 

77 Long Whatf. j? 

•5 



30 5 

29 5 

27 5 

26 5 

24 5 

36 

21 6 

20 6 

IS 6 

'7 6 

15 6 

136 

126 

10 6 

96 

76 

66 

46 

36 

I 6 

59 6 

58 6 

56 6 

54 6 

63 6 

51 6 

SO 6 

48 6 

476 



56 51 

57 11 53 
57 morn 
6S 54 

1 5i 

2 48 

3 37 

4 22 

5 i 

5 35 

6 5 
6 rises 
1 7 M 

8 8 23 

9 9 32 

10 10 43 

1 1 11 55 

12 morn 

13 I 6 
H 2 11 
15 3 10 
1 3 68 
'7 4 38 
IS 5 11 
19 5 40 

19 sets 

20 7 33 1 
•21 8 36 I 
22 9 38 i 



MOON'S PHASES. 
First Quarter, nth day. Full Moon, 12th day. 
Last Qua: ter, 19th day. New Moon, 2uth day. 



D 'D'sof 
M week 



MISCELLANIES. 



(SunSun Moon 
rise sets i sets 



1 Sat 

2 SUN 

3 Mo,, 

4 Tue 

5 Wed 
6- Thur 
! Fri 

8 Sat 

9 SUN 
10.Mi.ii 
11 Tue 

1 Wed 

13 Thur 

14 Fri 
16 Sat 

16 SUN 

17 Hon 

18 Tue 
9 Wed 

20'Thur 
21 Fri 
2/ Sat. 
^3SUN 

24 M id 

25 j Tue 

6 Wed 
27 Thur 
i8Fri 
29jSat 
301SUN 



NOISY CARRIER'S 



PUBLISHIXG HALL 5 

5 

LETTER PAPER. : 1 

5 

A great va 1 iety of Lette , Note, 5 

Bill and Cap Paper; Platner & 5 

Smith's Tu key Mills Wove ruled 5 

Paper ; Platner & Smith's Laid .-3 

Ruled Letter Paper; Platner & ? 

■1 

Smith's Wove Ruled M. Paper. 5 

Ow n <fc Herbert's, Goodwin & 5 
Co's, &c, &c, Letter Paper, ? 
gilt edge ; Plain and Ruled Note 5 
Paper ; Foolscap, Bill and Ac- ? 
count-Current Paper, both heavy 5 
and light, suitable for almost any 5 
business. 77 Long Wharf. ' 

CHAS. P. KIMBALL, L 
Proprietor. ;5 
|5 
* 
6 



m h m h m 
46 6 23 41 
44 6 24 11 41 
42 6 ;5 morn 
»1 6 26, 38 
39 6 27 I 30 
37 6 28 2 18 
366 29, 2 59 
3i 6 SOI 3 3* 
336 311 4 2 
31 6 32] 4 33 
30 6 33 5 
28 6 34! risea 
27 6 35 7 15 
ib 6 3-il 8 28 
24 6 37: 9 32 
23 6 3S 10 56 
21 6 39 mo n 
20 6 40 
186 41 
17 6 42 
166 12 



6 

1 7 

1 58 

2 40 



14 6 43 3 14 



13 6 44 
116 4 

10 6 46 
96 4' 
8 6 48 
66 49 



3 J3 

4 9 
t 35 

sets 

7 26 

8 27 



6 6 50 9 29 
4.6 51 10 29 



14 



ALMANAC 



MAY, 1854. 

MOON'S PHASES. 
First Quarter, 6th day. Full Moon, 12th day. 
Last Quarter, 18th day. New Moon, z6th day. 



D >D'sof 
M week 



Mon 

Tue 

Wed 

Thur 

Fri 

Sat 

SUN 

Mon 

Tue 

Wed 



Thur 
Fri 
Sat 
SUN 
Mon 
Tue 
Wed 
Thur 
19Fri 

20 Sat 

21 sun 

21 Mon 



MISCELLANIES. 



Noisy Carriers' 

iptmBiuiSEiiiH© eim.ii., 

77 Long Wharf, 
San Francisco, California. 



Tue 
Wed 
Thur 
Fri 

Sat 

SUN 

Mon 

Tue 

Wed 



STATIONERY. 

Pencils— Faber and common 
Carpenters' red, &c., &c. 

Slates— Log, common, Paper 
and Porcelain, of a great vaiiety 
of sizes. 

Copying Presses— with wood 
and iron beds. 

Ink— Maynard & Noyes', Da-^4 

vis', Black's, Mason's, Waters & f 
14 
Monairs, and Arnold's, Eed and ± 

4 



Sun Sun Moon 
rise 'sets sets 



common Ink. 

Envelopes— Buff and White 
self-sealing, Government, Safty 
Lined, &c., Ribbeted. 

CHAS. P. KIMBALL, 

Prop: ietor. 



m 


h m 


h m 


2 6 52 11 23 


1 6 53 


morn 


06 54 


12 


59 6 55 


56 


58 6 56 


1 32 


&7 6 57 


2 5 


55 6 58 


2 33 


546 59 


2 59 


53 7 


3 26 


52 7 1 


3 51 


51J7 2 


4 19 


507 2 


rises 


49 7 3 


8 37 


497 4 


9 51 


48 7 5 


10 58 


47 7 6 


11 55 


467 7 


mom 


45 7 8 


40 


41 7 9 


I 17 


43 7 10 


1 49 


43 7 10 


2 15 


4-' 7 11 2 40 


417 12] 3 5 


4i 


7 13. 3 29 


40 


7 U 


3 56 


39 


7 14 




39 


7 15 


8 19 


38|7 16 


9 16 


38 7 17 


10 8 


37 . 17 


10 53 


37 


' IS 


11 32 



JUNE, 1854. 



MOON'S PHASES. 
First Quarter, 3d day. Full Moon, 10th day. 
Last Quarter, 17th day. New Moon, 25th day. 



D D'sof 
M week 



1 Thur 

2 Fri 



3 Sat 

4 BUN 

5 Mon 

6 Tue 

7 Wed 

8 Thur 

9 Fri 

10 Sat 

11 BUN 
U Mon 
13|Tue 

14 Wed 

15 Thur 

16 Fri 

17 Sat 
is BUN 
19 Mon 
20JTue 

21 Wed 

22 Thur 

23 Fri 

24 Sat 

25 BUN 

26 Moo 
2: Tue 

28 W. d 

29 Thur 

30 Fri 



miscellanies. 



Sun Sun Moon 
rise sets sets 



NOISY CARRIERS' 

PUBLISHING HALL. 

STATIONERY. 

Rulers— Pla ; n, Round, Paral 
1 1 and Ebony ; Carpenters' Two> 
foot and Pocket Rules, <tc., &c. 

Gunter's Scales. Inkstands — 
arge Wood, Fountain, Pocket, 
Traveling, <tc, &c. 

Office Shears, Roger's make ; 
Pocket Scissors 

Drawing Paper, quit-j a variety; 
Tissue Paper. 

Twine Boxes, Pen Racks, Pa- 
per Cutter, Paper Files, Hooks 
and Stands, L tter Weights, Let- 
ter Clips, 'arg? and small. 

77 LQNG WHARF, 
San Francisco, Cal. 



on 

36 

36 

35 

35 

3 

34 

34 

34 

34 

34 

34 

84 

84 

34 

34 7 

■>i 7 



I) m 
7 19 
7 19 
7 20 
7 il 
7 21 
7 22 



7 23 

7 23 
7 24 
7 24 
7 25 
7 25 
7 26 
7 26 



h m 
morn 
6 

34 

1 1 

1 26 

2 
2 17 

2 46 

3 20 
rises 

8 39 

9 43 

10 36 
U 17 

11 50 
morn 

19 

45 

1 9 

1 34 

2 

2 28 

3 1 
3 39 

8 5o 

9 31 

7 29 ID 6 
7 29. 10 37 
7 29 11 4 



JULY, 1854. 



MOON'S PHASES. 
First Quarter, 3d day. Full Moon, 9th day. 
Last Quarter, lbth day. New Moon, 24th day. 



AUGUST, 1854. 



D D'sof 
M week 



ISat 
2JSUN 

8 Mon 

4 Tue 
6 Wed 
6 Thur 
7|Fri 

5 Sat 

9 SUN 
Mon 
Tue 
Wed 
Thur 
Fri 
Sat 
SUN 
Mon 
Tue 
Wed 
Thur 
Fri 
Sat 
SUN 
Mou 
tue 
Wed 
Thur 
Fri 

29 Sat 
30, SUN 
31 [Mon 



MISCELLANIES. 



Sun Sun Moon 
rise sets s^U 



MOISY CARRIERS' 4 38 7 

4 38 7 
4 39 7 

PUBLISHING HALL. * 39 7 

i4 40 7 

4 41 7 

s'JAirasHiinETo -4417 

'4 42 7 
Gold Pens and Cases ; Gold 4 42 7 

Pens with Silver Cases ; Gold 4 4.7 

Pens without cases. 4 44 7 

14 44 7 

Wostenholm Pen Knives. 4 45 7 

Ever pointed Gold and Silver 4 46 7 
Pencils. Ivory and Wood Let-'* ¥j I 
ter Jtamps. U 48 7 

Erasing Knives ; Pocket Pens'* 49 7 
and Pen Holders; Escritors ; 4 50 7 
Traveling Writing Desks ; Rub-4 51 7 
ber for erasing ; Sealing Wax , * ^ l 
Pounce; Transparent Let. Seals; 4 53 7 
Cohen & De Young's Leads- * 54 ? 
Sand and Wafer Boxes; Callen- 1 * gg I 
dars and Bill Head Boxes. 4 67 7 

77 LONG WHARF. * £| J 

4 00 7 

4 59 7 



h m h ml "n m 



29 11 28 
2911 53 
29 morn 
28| 17 
28 44 
28 1 15 
28: 1 37 
27 2 39 
27 rises 
27 8 21 
26 9 9 
26 9 47 
26 10 19 
25 10 46 
24 1 1 12 
24 11 37 
23 morn 
23 3 
22 30 
21 1 2 
21: 1 39 
20 2 21 
19 3 10 
18 sets 
18 8 8 
17 8 40 
16 9 8 
15 9 34 
14 9 58 
13 10 20 
12 10 46 



V MOON'S PHASES. 
First Quarter, 1st day. Fu I Moon, 8th day. 
List Quarter, 16th day. New Moun, 23d day. 
First Quarter, 30th day. 



D D'sof 

M week 



Tue 
Wed 
Thur 
Fri 
Sat 
SUN 
Mon 
Tue 
Wed 
Thur 
Fri 
Sat 
SUN 
Mon 
Tue 
Wed 
Thur 
Fri 
Sat 
SUN 
M n 
Tua 
W. d 
I hur 
Fri 
Sat 
SUN 
Mon 
Tue 
Wed 
Thur 



MISCELLANIES. 



NOISY CARRIERS 



PUBLISHING HALL. 



Sun Sun Moon 
rise sets s<-ts 



BOUND BOOKS. 

Ths Bible, Testaments, Web-lg 
ster's Unabridged University 5 
High School, and Scholars' Dic- 
tionary; Statesman's Manuel. 

Irvine's One Thousand Re- 
ceipts—five and six thousand re- 
ceipts. 

Mapleton, the Maine Liquor 

Law Book ; Song Books. 

Gleason's Pietoi ial, bound, one, ? 

' • 

two, three and four volumes; Se- 5 

jeetions from the London Illus-|j? 

trati d News ; Works on Philoso-^ 

phy, Hydraulics and Miuerolo 5 

try; Hyston's Prayer Books, EpitJj? 

ome, i'C, &c. 5 

C. P. KIMBALL, Pro., 5 

77 Long Wharf, j? 



7 11 

7 10 

7 9 



7 

7 

7 

7 7 2 

87 1 



h m 
11 13 
11 46 
morn 

27 

1 19 

2 26 

3 35 



97 


9 12 


10 6 59 


9 38 


11 6 58 


10 3 


12 6 55 


10 31 


13 6 64 


11 2 


14 6 53 


11 87 


15 6 52 


morn 


166 51 


18 


17 6 50 


1 5 


17 6 48 


1 67 


18 6 47 


2 56 


19 6 45 


3 66 


20 6 44 


sets 


21 6 45 


7 37 


22 6 41 


8 


23:« 4( 


8 25 


•24 6 3H 


8 49 


25 6 37 


9 16 


26 6 85| 9 4« 


26 6 34|10 2a 


27 6 32 


|11 3 






A L M A N A C . 15 


SEPTEMBER, 1854. 


OCTOBER, 1854. 


MOON'S PHASES. 


MOON'S PHASES. 


Full Moon, 6th day. Last Quarter, 13th day. 


Full Moon, 5th day. Last Quarter, 13th day. 


New Moon, 21st day. First Quarter, 29th day. 


New Moon, 21st day. First Quarter, 28th day. 


D TVs of iSun.Suo Moon 


D D'sof 


Sun Si 


M 


werk 


MISCELLANIES. Lfc, scts 


sets 
h m 


M 


week 1 MISCELLANIES. 


rise 


sets 


sets 




h mh m 


1 


h m 


h m 


h m 


lFri 


NOISY CARRIE11S' E wje iFTfl 


1 ?J N NOISY CARRIERS' 

2 Mon i 


6 55 
h 5b 


6 43 
6 42 


11 

1 26 


J«™ PUBLISHING HALLJSgjSSIJg 


"wed PUBLISHING HALL, 


5 67 
5 58 


5 40 
5 39 


2 60 

3 62 


B Tl1 " 77 Long Wharf, San Francisco. 5 3 'z G . J* ' 6 M 


6 Thur 


5 59 


5 37 


rises 


8 w, ,i . 6 5 33 6 23 riaec 


6 Fri ! 


6 


5 35 


6 2 


7 Thur M lvs TnY4 , 5 34 6 21 
BJFri ILAYS-T01S. !5 35 6 ,0 
B8at Ail the modern Standard Dra- 5 35 6 18 


7 10 


7 gat CURIOSITIES. 


6 1 


5 34 


6 28 


7 36 

8 3 


9 Mon ' A Tapir Cloth ' about eight feet 


6 2 
6 3 


5 32 

6 31 


6 67 

7 29 


Y' S, UN mas, and the minor Dramas pub- \ fS| J! 
11 Mm 5 3i b lo 


8 SO 

9 


10 Tue square. 

1 1 Wed An Indian S tone Hatchet, from 


6 4 
6 5 


5 29 
5 28 


8 6 
8 49 


12 Tue lislied by Taylor & Co., New 5 38 6 14 
lnVul \- nrk 5 39 6 12 


9 33 
10 13 


13 Fri tlie be< ^ of tne Kenduskead 


6 6 

6 7 


6 26 

5 25 


9 39 
10 33 


14 Thur 


,,,,.,•. ,5 40,6 10 10 58 


14 Sat stream. 


6 8 


5 23 


11 32 


15 Fri 


Toys of all kinds just ready 5 4l g 9 


11 49 


15 SUN i A stone Pipe, from Queen 


6 9 


6 22 


morn 


16 Sat 


for the Hollidavs. 5 426 7 


morn 


lb Mon „. , , , 


6 10 


5 21 


33 


17 BUN 


5 43 6 6 


41 


171 Tue Charlotte s Island. 


6 11 


5 19 


1 34 


18 Mod 


PICTURES. 6 446 4 


1 45 


18 Wed A Paddle from the South Seas. 


6 12 


5 18 


2 37 


19 Tue 
M Wed 


5 44 6 2 
The Voyage cf Life; Takitg 5 456 j 


2 4t> 

3 48 


1 &• Thur 

w-iuu, , A | S0 Arruws and Spears from 
20 Fri | r 


6 13 
6 14 


5 16 
5 15 


3 39 

4 42 


21 Thur of Andre; Bird's-eye View of 5 48 5 59 


sets 


2 1 Sat the same source. 


6 15 


5 14 


sets 


Ssa, New York ' PhiladelpbW! H^|ggg 


6 28 
6 52 


22 SUN , ^ great variety of nice speci- 

23 Mon - _ , 


6 16 
6 17 


5 13 
5 11 


6 49 
6 22 


•;4 S{'\ vana. 'Washington, Niagara, ai dJ5 49 6 54 


7 18 


24 Tue mens of Coral and Shells. 


6 19 


5 10 


7 3 


•J- 
■2i; 


M "" San Francisco; The Tlatboat- f '°;? 5? 
I ne s 5i3 oi 


7 49 

8 24 


25 W«d j ^ Petrified Oyster, very per- 

26 Thur 1 , 


6 20 
6 21 


5 9 

5 8 


7 63 

8 53 


27 


■^-..(i men, &c, &c, with a great va-, 5 52 5 50 


9 5 


27 Fri f-'Ct, &c, &c. 


6 22 


5 6 


10 1 


28 


Thur Iriety of cheap prints. 5 53 5 48 


9 58 


28 Sat 77 LONG WHARF, 


6 23 


5 5 


11 14 


:9 
30 


Fri 5 54 5 4611 1 

Sat | ,5 55 5 45 morn 


29 SUN ' 

3 q -\ Ion San Francisco, Cal. 


6 24 
6 25 


5 4 

6 2 


morn 
27 




31 Tue 


6 26 


5 1 


1 39 


NOVEMBER, 1854. 


DECEMBER, 1854. 


MOON'S PHASES. 


MOON'S PHASES. 


Full Moon, 4th day. Last Quarter, 12th day. 


Full Moon, 4th day. Last Quarter, 12t& day. 


New Moon 20th day. First Quarter, 26th day. 


New Moon, lbth day. First Quarter, 26th day. 


D D'sof Sun Sun Moon 


D 


D'sof 


Sun 


Sun Moon 


M 


Week MISCELLANIES. 


rise sets sets 


n 


week 




MISUELLAMJES. 


rise 


sets 


sets 




h m h m h m 






h m'h m 


h m 


1 Wed Noisy Carriers' 


6 27 5 2 48 


1 


Fri 


KOIST CARRIERS' 

PUBLISHING HALL. 


7 4 39 


3 57 


2 Thur 

3 Fri 

4 Sat 


PUBLISHING HALL- 
CARDS. 


6 28 4 59 3 55 
6 29|4 58 5 2 
6 3114 57, rises 


2 

3 
4 


Sat 

SUN 

Mon 


7 14 39 
7 2'4 38 

7 -/,4 38 


6 17 
6 7 

rises 


5 SUN 


6 324 56 5 26 


5 


Tue 




7 3'4 38 


6 22 


6 Moo 


Sporting Backs, Illuminated, g 33 4 55 g 1 


6 


Wed 


77 Long Wharf. 


7 44 38 


6 13 


7 Tue 


Great Moguls, Steamboats, first 6 34 1 54! 6 42 


7 


Thur 




7 6|4 38 


7 8 


8W d 
9TJiur 


>-.. n T.i 6 36 4 53! 7 29 
and second quality ; Fanny EIs- !( , „J . .„ g , 


S 
9 


Fri 
Sat 


FANCY GOODS. 


7 64 38 
7. 7 4 38 


8 8 

9 8 


10 Fri 


sler's Players, Merry Andrew, 


6 374 51 9 19 


10 SUN 




7 8 4 3810 8 


11 Sat 


Thomas Wheeler's Highlanders, 


6 38 4 50 10 19 


11 Mon 


Buffalo Combs, Colonge, Shav- 


7 9 4 38 11 8 


12 SUN 




6 39|4 49 11 20 


12 Tue 




7 9 4 39 morn 


13 Mod 


&c, &c. 


6 40 4 48 morn 


13Wed 


ing Cream, Fancy Soaps, Hair 


7 10 4 39 


9 


14 Tue 




6 41 4 47 21 


14 Thur 




7 11 4 39 


1 11 


15 Wed 


^aktct ^mibs. 


6 43 


4 47 1 22 


15|Fri 


Oil, Ox Marrow, Indian Ink, 


7 12:4 39 


2 14 


1" Fri Chess Men, large and small 


6 4t 
6 45 


4 46 2 25 
4 45 3 28 


16 Sat 

17 SUN 


Measuring Tapes, Portmonais of 


7 12 4 40 
7 13 4 40 


3 21 

4 32 


18 Sat 


wood and ivory ; Checkers and 


6 46 


4 44 4 35 


18, Mon 


various sizes and qualities, Mag- 


7 14'4 40 


5 46 


19 SUN 


Checker Boards and Dice. 


6 47 


4 44 45 


lwTue 




7 14 4 41 


sets 


20M.n 




6 48 


4 43 sets 


20Wed 


nifying Glasses, Concave Mirrors, 


7 16 4 41 


6 29 


21 Tiw 


Coat Ties, Hair Brushes, a 


6 49 


4 43 1 5 44 


2l|Thur 




7 15 4 42 


6 44 


22 Wed 


good variety; Clothes Brushes, 


6 50 


t 42 6 42 


22 Fri 


Tooth Picks, Strawberries for 


7 16 4 42 


8 1 


23 Thur 

24 Fri 


Shaving Brushes, Combs, fine, 


6 51 
8 52 


4 42 7 50 
4 41 9 3 


23 Sat 
24'SUN 


Needles, Pocket Books and Wal- 


7 16 4 43 
7 17 4 43 


9 17 
10 30 


25 Sat 


coarse, pocket, self-cleaning, &c. 


6 54 


4 40 10 18 


25 Mon 


lets, Steel Guard Chains, etc. 


7 174 44 11 39 


26 SUN 


CHAS. P. KIMBALL, 


6 55 


4 40 11 30 


m Tue 




7 17 4 44 mom 


27 Mon 




6 56 


I 40 morn 


27 Wed 


CHAS. P. KIMBALL, 


7 18'4 45 


46 


28 Tue 


Proprietor, 


6 57 


4 40 40 


28, Thur 


Proprietor. 


7 18 14 46 


1 60 


29 Wed 


77 Long Wharf. 


6 58 


4 39 1 47 


29; Fri 


7 18 4 47 


2 66 


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Ezekiel Brown, Auctioneer. 



William E. Brown. 



James Edwards. 



BROWN BROTHERS & Co. 

AGENTS FOE THE SALE OF REAL ESTATE, CITY, STATE AND WATER STOCKS, 

AT PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SALE; 

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Gen. J A. McDougai, M. C. t Hon. Samuel Purdv, St >ckt n. C Hon. Judge Aldrich, Sacramento City. 

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lAroxs Aaron, clothing, 100 Clay, h. Melius, 

near Second 
L.bascal M. clerk, 171 Sansomc 
ibbey David, wheelwright, rear 126 Pacific 
i.bbott Wrn. A. merchant, h. Anthony 
Lbbott Capt. Wm. A. lumber, junction Cali- 
fornia and Market 
.bbott Chas. L. opposition line pilots, corner 

Jackson and East, 2d floor 
.bbott J. M. paper hanger, 45 Battery, h. 

Sansome, opposite Rassette House 
bbott J. M. h. 1 Sansome 
bbott Oscar, commercial reporter, " Daily 

Com. Advertiser" office 
bbott W. proprietor National Hotel, T6 

Pacific 

bell 0. C. Post Office Exchange, 219 Clay 
bell Alexander G., office 137 Montgomery, h. 

corner Dupont aud Clay 
-bernethy James, clerk, corner Front and 

California, 2d floor 
bernethy, Clark & Co. wholesale lumber 

dealers and shippers, Stewart, between 

Market and Mission 
-bernethy George, wholesale lumber dealer 

and shipper, Stewart, between Market 

and Mission 



Abiego J. clerk, cor. Sacramento and Front 
Abrahamson Peter, tinner, 139 Kearny 
Abram J. clothing. 79 Commercial 
Ackerman Mrs Caroline, (widow) 238 Kearny 
Ackley & Co. tin, sheet iron and stoves, 147 

Front 
Ackley J. T. tin, sheet iron aud stoves, 147 

Front 
Ackley J. H. clerk, 147 Front 
Ackley Lyman, inspector, custom-house. 
Ackley & Co. 94 Jackson, near Battery 
Ackley John T. 94 Jackson, near Battery 
Adams James H. h. S. side Union, between 

Mason and Taylor 
Adams Jos. Jr. h. 347 Stockton 
Adams Samuel, druggist, N. E. corner Clay 

and Dupont 
Adams A. M carpenter, at Elliott A'Tilden's 
Adams J. Q. wagon maker, 118 Bush 
Adams, William, mason, h. cor. Mary's lane 

■ and Perry 
Adams & Co. express, Parrott's building, cor. 

Montgomery and California 
Adams Ransom, printer, Times & Transcript 

office 
Adams & Bent, teamsters, corner Pine and 

Battery 



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Adams E. B printer, 151 Clay 

Adams Alfred, 116 Sansome 

Adams Hank, «arman, 85 Clay 

Adams Saml. (firm Shi-eve & Co.) 42 Battery 

Adams A. L. merchant, 35 Pine 

Adams H. foreman Vulcan Iron Works 

Adams F. W. book-keeper, 50 California 

Adams, Welch & Co. com. merchants, corner 

Davis and Washington 
Adams D. com. merchant, corner Davis and 

Washington 
Adams Charles, seaman, h. 68 Montgomery 
Adams Mrs. Mary Ann, saloon, 68 Montgom'y 
Adams Paul, grocer, corner Market and San- 
some, h. Market 
Adams John, mason, boards Franklin Hotel 
Adams Theodore, contractor, cor. Broadway 
and Battery, h. cor. Broadway and Powell 
Adams H. H. machinist, h. 291 Clay 
Adams Jacob F. manf., h. corner Broadway 

and Powell 
Adams H. Q. general broker, cor. California 

and Front, 2d floor 
Adams Samuel, pantry man, Alden's Branch 
Adamson John, 'engineer, Alta Foundry 
Adcock Win. shoemaker. 52^ Commercial 
Adcock John, laborer, Phoenix Saw Mills, 

Market 
Addison Wm. A. inspector, custom-house 
Addis John, street commissioner, A, City Hall 
Addis Jacob, clerk, 75 Sacramento 
Adele Madam, dress maker, 269 Clay 
Adelsdoifer Bros, fancy goods,ll 3 Sacramento 
Adelsdorfer Ed. fancy goods, 113 Sacramento 
Adelsdoifer Jos. fancy goods, 113 Sacramento 
Adler B. butcher, 169Dupont 
Adlington David M. carpenter, h. 263 Kearny 
Adlington, Geo. G., carpenter, h. Salina court 
Adley Henry, painter and glazier, Brenham 

place, h. Ecker 
Adley Henry, boarding house, 184 Washing'n 
Adrain & Story, ship chandlers and commis- 
sion merchants, 87 and 89 Front 
Adrain Wm. commission merchant, 87 and 

89 Front, h. 193 California 
Adrain John, saddler, 62 Montgomery 
Affron John W., clerk, ''Ledger" off. 148 Clay 
Agard W. B. com. merchant, 146 Battery 
Agnew Thos. H. foreman " Daily Com. Ad- 
vertiser" office 
Aguayo Antoine, merchant, boards 21 First 
Ahem Jno. stage driver for Dillon, Hedge & Co 
Ahrens Philip, saloon, cor. Davis and Wash'n 
Aiken Charles, grocer, Union, 2 doors from 

Battery 
Aikin George, British Consul, 126 California 
Ainsworth Roger, blacksmith, Alta foundry 
Aitken Gordon, clerk, 141 Sacramento 
Aitken Chas. C. com. merchant, 88 Davis 
Akerman B. M. carpenter, 194 Kearny 
Albro J. S. firm of Fairbanks & Co. hardware 
Alberga Henry A. merchant, 45 Sacramento 
Albright Wm. clerk, 108 Front 
Albright J. Ward's Franklin Hotel. 



Albin L. sen. jour, printer, 35 Commercial 
Albin L. jun. jour, printer, 35 Commercial 
Alcayaga Jose, grocer, N. E. corner Mont- 
gomery and Pacific 
Aldrich, Miss L. dress maker, 246 Clay 
Aldrich E. S , M. d., Tehama House, boards 

Wilson's Exchange 
Alden Judah, carman, corner Front and Clay 
Aldred Robert, grocer, Jessie, near Ecker 
Alexander Peter, carman, boards 196 Pacific 
Alexander & Friedman, wholesale cigars, 64 

Battery 
Alexander Robt. barkeeper, 156 Washington 
Alexander M. clothing, 30 First 
Alexander A. porter, 130 California 
Alexander Lt. N. F. (U. S. Army,) Military 

Post, Presidio 
Alexander J. & Co. general dealers, 88 Com' 

mercial 
Alexander J.Henry, bookkeeper, 132 Sansome 
Alford J. M. clerk, 62 Battery 
Allen Isaac, Chestnut, bet. Powell and Mason 
Allen Theodore, stevedore, h. Union, between 

Taylor and Mason 
Allen P. C. Clarendon Hotel. 
Allen & Bloomer, painters, Clay, op. Leidsdo 
Allen Wm. F. paints and oils, Clay, opposit 

Leidsdorff 
Allen Jonas, merchant, 116 California 
Allen Easton, porter, 95 California 
Allen W. C. importer diamonds, watches an 

jewelry, 135 Montgomery, 2d floor 
Allen & Roberts, grocers, 129 Front 
Allen Robert, 129 Front 
Allen L. H. secretary S. F. Manuf. Co., 173 

Montgomery, h. 56 Broadwav 
Allen Alfred, clerk, 91 Front 
Allen Jas. P. clerk, cor. Battery and Halleck 
Allen James, machinist, Sutter Iron Works 
Allen W. foreman Sutter Iron Works 
Allen James, pawnbroker, 128 Commercial, h, 

Sacramento, near Stockton 
Allen & Parker, saloon, 108 Montgomery 
Allen Amos S. saloon, 108 Montgomery 
Allen S. H. commission merchant, 46 Fron 
Allen Hiram, book-keeper, 24 Davis 
Allen A. barber, Davis, near Sacramento 
Allen James, carman, boards 68 Montgomery 
Allen M. W. wagon maker, 21 Bush, h. 3 

Bay State Row 
Allen Henry A. broker, boards at Oriental 
Allen Elihu, carpenter, 59 Pine 
Allen J.E. & Co. Union bookstore, 148 Clay 
Allen J. E. Union bookstore, 148 Clay, h.- 

Pike, near Sacramento 
Allen Edward H. at G. B. Post's, N. W. cor 

Front and Green, h. 28 Bush 
Allen George, mechanic, 277 Pacific 
Allan, Lowe & Co. com. merchants, 132 Cla 
Allein Bernard, examiner, appraiser's offic 

h. Sacramento, above Dupont 
Allyn John H. collector, Jackson wharf 
Allovon Alfred F. clerk, 130 Clay, h. 2 

Jackson 



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Lllovon Alfred, h. cor. Jackson and Virginia 
Ulaire Victor, restaurant, 255 Dupont 
Ulaire Peter, under sheriff", City Hall 
Alexander M. clothing. 346 Stockton 
LUexander G. saloon, Pacific, 2 doors from 

Kearny 
Lllison J. h. 89 Bush 

Llliston James H. clerk, boards 89 Pacific 
Limy Andrew, firm of Story, Reddington & 

Co. h. 249 Powell 
dmy & Brooks, produce com. mer. 24 Davis 
limy G. M. produce com. mer. 24 Davis 
dsen O. laborer, h. 164 California 
Llsop <fc Co. com. mer. Ill and 113 California 
Llstrom Augustus, saloon, 18 Sacramento 
dtsckal J. cigar store, 199 Clay 
Llton W. S. com. mer. cor. Davis and Wash. 
llta Pouudry, Market pi. op. Oriental Hotel 
Llverson L. M. inspector custom house, h. 

corner Vallejo and Stockton 
dvarez F. S. importing and com. merchant, 

1:39 Battery 
Lmbrose & Davis, Pantheon Saloon, Ameri- 
can Theatre 
Lmbrose G. Pantheon Saloon, Am. Theatre 
Lmes Henry, stevedore, h. Miuna, bet. Jane 

and Second 
Lmes H. fr Co. sash and blind manufacturer, 

137 Pine 
Lmes Henry, sash and blind manufacturer, 

137 Pine, h. Buena Vista, near California 
Lmes Daniel, cabinet m'k'r, 145 Sacramento 
Lmes Jonathan, cabinet maker, 145 Sac. 
Lmes A. C. carman, boards 147 Sansome 
Lmes J. G. 32 Battery 
Lmes John, clerk Recorder's office, City Hall 
Lmey Joseph, mason, h. Charles place 
Lmerige Geo. pressman, " Advertiser " office 
Lmos J. J. porter at Rip Van Wiukle 
Lmos Wm. C. pilot, h. Union, bet. Sansome 

and Battery 
Lmsden Samuel, carman, h. Grant place 
Lmy C. B. cigars, 145 Commercial 
Lnderson Mrs.D. (widow) h. St. Mary's place 
Lnderson J. watch maker, 125 Montgomery, 

h. Jessie 
Lnderson Wm. A. jour, saddler, 138 Sansome 
Lnderson David, Observatory, h. Green, bet. 

Sansome and Montgomery 
Lnderson Alexander, laborer, 17 Ohio 
Lnderson John, laborer, boards 13 Ohio 
LncTerson Thomas, caulker, h. Stevenson, near 

First 
Lnderson Simon, lumber yard, California 

wharf, h. Stevenson, near First 
Lnderson S. coppersmith, Vulcan Iron W'ks 
Lnderson & Co. lumber merchants, junction 

California and Market 
Lnderson Simon, lumber merchant, junction 

California and Market 
Lnderson John, banker, 118 Montgomery, 

boards at Wilson's Exchange 
Lnderson S. G. & Co. saloon, Wilson's Ex- 
change basement 



Anderson John, porter, 37 California 
Anderson Geo. barkeeper, cor. Montgomery 

and Bush 
Anderson David, jeweller, cor. Sansome and 

Commercial 
Anderson David C. comedian and ranchero, 

S. F. Theatre, ranch Mission road 
Anderson Geo. cook, Alta Hotel 
Anderson ('has. nurse, U. S. Marine Hospital 
Anderson Tims. Empire Coal Yard, Jackson, 

one door below Stockton 
Andrews & Co. stonecutters, 121 Pine, h. 

Trinity, near Pine 
Andrews Win, stonecutter, 121 Pine 
Andrews Geo. E. clerk to Board of Tru-tees 

S. M. H. office old P. 0. building, Clay, 

opposite plaza 
Andrews A. B. intelligence office 87 Com. 
Andrews E. D. mason, boards 1 29 '- Jackson 
Andrews J. D. cabooses, plumbing and gene- 
ral furnishing, 13 Davis 
Andrews Henry, cook, 89 Pacific 
Andruss Theodore, saloon, Market st. wharf 
Andren Win. M. moulder. Union Iron Works 
Andariesc Edward, shipping and commission 

merchant, 91 Battery 
Angel Joseph, mason, h. Taylor, bet. Clay 

and Sacramento 
Angle M. B., m. d. Post Office Exchange, 

boards at Mrs. Bosley's 
Anhalt J. <t Co. clothing, Markwald & Cas- 
par's building, second floor 
Annan, Talmage & Co. com. mer. 88 Cal. 
Annan Wm. C. com. mer. 88 California 
Anniss & Craig, ship joiners, corner Battery 

and Oregon 
Anniss Wm. ship joiner, corner Battery and 

Oregon 
Anshel L. tailor, h. Vallejo, bet. Battery aud 

Sansome 
Antonio Wm. waiter, S. M. Hospital 
Anthony Edward R. teller at Page, Bacon 

& Co.'s 
Anthony Andrew V. S. draughtsman and 

engraver, 201 Clay 
Anthony T. R. at Wells, Fargo & Co.'s 
Anthony E. carman, corner Front and Sac. 
Anthony J. liquor store, 169 Front 
Anthes Peter, barber, 83 Kearny 
Applegate Uriah, wheelwright, 89 Pine 
Applegate Josiah H. attorney, McAllister's 

building, third floor 
Applebcy Henry, wood yard, Laura's alley 
Appleton Christopher, commission merchant, 

h. 206 Stockton 
Archbald Thos. at A. D. Baker's 
Archibald John, at Flint, Peabody & Co.'s 
Archer John, at Adams & Co.'s Express 
Archer Blair, carpenter, h. Melius, near First 
Archer E. fruit, 121 Front 
Ardle James, merchant tailor, corner Mer- 
chant and Dunbar alley 
Arey & Hopkins, feed store, 18 Bush 
Arey James, feed store, 18 Bush 



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Arey & Hopkins, feed store, 2 Batterv 
Arey Joseph, feed store, 2 Battery ** 
Argenti F. & Co. bankers, Argenti's build- 
ing, second floor 
Argyras & Feat, merchandise brokers, 93 

Battery 
Arias Fedro, clerk. 99 Pine 
Ark George, 133 Sausorae 
Armstrong Win. H. h. Baldwin's row, North 

Beach 
Armstrong T. H. laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
Armstrong John, porter at Thos. 0. Larkiu's 
Armstrong John, clerk at Leland & Co.'s 
Armstrong E. I. Xiantic Hotel, corner Clay 

and Sansome 
Armstrong Thos. jour, saddler, 82 Battery 
Armstrong John, moulder, Aha Foundry 
Armstrong W. J. wagon maker, 16 Bush 
Armstrong Wm. tailor, 10 Phoenix block, 

third Moor 
Armstrong Geo. W nurse, U S. M. Hospital 
Armaud G tailor, 214 Clay 
Armor Jos. G. painter, 41 Battery, 2d floor 
Armitage John, sail maker, 27 Sacramento, 

third floor 
Armdtz J. engineer, 100 Pine 
Arnold & Greif, S. F. baths. 180 Wash 
Arnold Jacob, .San Francisco baths, 180 

Washington, h. 180 Washington 
Arnold & Fiatoff, blacksmiths, 59 Halleck 
Arnold Sidney, blacksmith, 59 Halleck 
Aronson & Unz, dry goods merchants, bet. 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Arrington & Co., wholesale grocers, 4 Or- 
leans Row 
Arrington Wm., wholesale grocer, 4 Orleans 

Row, h. Mason, opposite John 
Arrington X. O., clerk, 4 Orleans Row 
Arthur Wm. sea captaiu, h. Powell, be- 
tween Union and Green 
Arthur George, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
Arthur & Co., Eagle Livery and Sales Stables, 

104 and 106 Kearny 
Arthur R. G Eagle Livery and Sales Stables, 

104 and 106 Kearny. 
Arthur John D. & Co., general jobbers, 64 

Clay 
Arthur James, eorman, h. 4 Mission 
Artaud T. surgeon dentist, 138 Sacramento, 

2d floor 
Ashby Wm. 136 Broadway 
Ashby Mark T. 136 Broadway 
Ashby James T. 136 Broadway 
Ashby Eldridge, clerk, Market, between Front 

and Davis 
Ashe Richard P. navy agent, over Palmer, 

Cook & Co.'s banking house. 
Asher Harris, tailor, 208 Pacific. 
Ashman Richard, saloon, corner Drum and 

Jackson. 
Asion & Cramer, mer. tailors, 154 Clay. 
Asp'enell Benjamin, h. X. side Vallejo, be- 
tween Stockton and Powell 
Aston James, 54 aud 56 Sansome 



Atenella Joseph, carman, boards 196 Pacific 
Atkinson J. H. apothecary, S. E. cor. Broad- 
way and Stockton 
Atkinson J. H. builder, h. Broadway be- 
tween Taylor and Jones 
Atkinson Painter, porter, City Hall 
Atkinson Geo. D. clerk, 3 Maynard's Row, 

California 
Atkinson Joseph B. tailor, 181 Washingt 
Atkinson John, boarding house, 13 Ohio 
Atkinson Wm. laborer, boards 13 Ohio 
Atkinson Wm. sail-maker, Jackson-st. wh; 
Atkins H. B. Ar Co. produce and ship cham 

lery, 57 Clay. 
Atkins Wm. painter, 45 Battery. 
Attarard L. Mission Coffee House, Missi 

Dolores 

Atwill Jos. F. & Co. music store, 172 Wash- 
ington, h. 172 Washington 
Auerbach Henry, trader, 69 Pacific 
Aumaile Robt. L. D. chemical analyst and as- 

saver. h. Filbert, 2 doors above Varennes 
Austin A. & Co. dry poods. 133 Sacramento 
Austin E. H. att'y and commis'r for Mass., 

office Wells' bd'g, h. Mission near First 
Austin it Lobdell, wholesale aud retail dealers 

in clothing, .1 62 Clay 
Austin Geo. T. wholesale and retail dealer in 

clothing 162 Clay 
Austin A: Dorwin, dentists, 172 Washington, 

2d floor [floor 

Austin Henry, dentist, 172 Washington, 2d 
Austin Henry, stoves and tinware, 189 Mon' 

gomery and 120 Sansome 
Austin Henry, carman, cor. Cal. and Batter 
Austin Henry S. commission mer., cor. Cali 

fornia and Front, 2d floor 
Austin John, laborer, h. Stevenson, n. Fin 
Austin Jos. W. examiner Appraiser's office, 

h. cor. Mason and Filbert. 
Austin E. G. couns'r at law aud commis'r 

Mass., 10 and 11 Wells' building, h. 1J 

Mission. 
Austin John, laborer, Empire coal yard, Jacl 

son, 1 door below Stockton. 
Austen Joseph, hardware, 32 Commercial 
Austen Robert, 32 Commercial. 
Avery Capt. E. h. Buena Yista, 2 doors i 

California. 
Avery & Hewlett, merchants, 89 Front 
Avery W. T. merchant, 89 Front • 
Avery & Cogswell, copper, tin and sheetlro 

workers, 22 Sacramento. 
Avery H. G. copper, tin and sheet iron worl 

er, 22 Sacramento, h. Rincon Point 
Avery Geo. bar-keeper, 73 Commercial 
Averell Anson, butcher, Quincy Market, c 

Kearny and Pacific 
Ayers J. C. brass foundry and lock factory, 

67 California, h. Essex 
Aver Cyrus, butcher, Stockton cor. Broadwa^ 
Aylworth John, laborer, boards 196 Pacific. 
Aylsworth A. J. carpenter, boards Franklin 

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Ayrcs Chas. L. painter, h. California, be- 
tween Webb anil Montgomery 

Lyre - F. C.sign painter, base't Trainer's Row 
L. proprietor City Hotel, 37 Pacific 

ayres L. & J H. proprietors National Ho- 
tel, 76 Pacific. 

Babb & Co. soda water factory, rear 280 

Dupont 
Babb Jeffries, soda water factory, rear 280 

Doponl 
Babbitt G. R. firm Wm. Sharp & Co., Excel- 
sior Mills, Pine b. Montg'y and Kearny 
fobbitt & Co. intelligence office. 83 Comm'l 
Babbitt W. C. intelligence office, 83 Comm'l 
Babeock John D. laborer, 149 Battery 
3abeock F. A. wholesale druggist, 1-45 Clay, 

h. near cor. Kearny and Green. ^ 
3abcock D. wholesale druggist, 145 Clay 
3abcock W. F. commission merchant, 35 

Commercial, 2d floor 
Babeock Benj. E. book-keeper, cor Davis and 
Claj 

iabcock Ar Swart, contractors. Jackson. 2 

doors below Stockton 
Sanson AY. Edwin, at Flint. Peabody & Co.'s 
Bacon Dean, carpenter. 114 Bush 
Bacon J. AY. cabinet maker, 159 Sacramento 
Bacon R. II. hardware, cor. Cal. and Battery 
Bacon Jacob, printer, 151 Clay. h. Washing- 
ton above Taylor. 
Bacon R. II. hardware, 135 Sansome and 122 

Washington, h. 135 Sansome 
Bacon J. C. hardware, 135 Sansome and 122 

Washington 
Bacon T. II. & J. S., shipping and com. mer- 
chants. Cal. near Front. 2d floor 
Bacon Thos. H. shipping and com. mer., Cal. 

near Front, 2d floor, h. 50 Miuna. 
Bacon Jos. S. shipping and coin. mer„ Cal. 

near Front. 2d floor, h. 50 Minna 
Bacon Josiah, clerk, California near Front. 

2d floor 
?.acon J. AY. carpenter, boards Franklin Ht'l 
Bachman ('has. A. bar-keeper. 172 Comm'l 
Backnian John, clerk. Clementine, near Ecker 
Bach John, gunsmith, Davis. nearWashing'n 
Backus AY. R. clerk, 109 California 
Backus AY. AA*. auctioneer, 35 Sacramento 
Backus tt Harrison, auct. and com. merchants. 

109 California 
Backus P. M. auct. and com. mer., 109 Cal 
Backelder AY. H. sash and blind maker. 

Market near First. 
3adger AYm. 6. importing and com. mer. 99 

Battery, boards Wilson's Exchange. 
Badger Joseph B. clerk, 99 Battery 
3adarous C, m. d., h. Kearny between Sut- 
ter and Post 
Bagley H. h. Sherwood Place 
Bagley David T. public administrator. Mc- 
Allister's building. Clay. 
Bagard W. firm Dupuy. Foulkes & Co., 146 
Battery, h. cor. Cal. and Buena Yista 



Bahnsen Theodore B. com. mer., cor. Battery 
and Union, h. cor. Cal. and Buena Yista. 
Bailey, AYm. mason, h. rear 153 Clay 
Bailey J. H. grocer. 217 Pacific, h. 107 Bdwy 
Bailey J. H. grocer, cor Stockton and Green 
Bailey M. H soda factory. Jessie, cor. Jane. 
Bailey Isaac, wagon maker, Stevenson n. First 
Bailey Edw. J. boardingjiouse, 142 Mission 
Bailey Davis B. carpenter, h. First near 

Howard. 
Bailey & Knowles. saw mills, 23 California 
Bailey S. C. saw mills, 23 California 
Bailey AYm. carman, cor. Pine and Davis 
Bailey A. H. boarding 1 house, 12 Bav S. Row 
Bailey & Gilbert, Pacific Oil Works" 22 Bat'y 
Bailey AYm., Pacific Oil works, 22 Batten- 
Bailey Orriu. wood and coal yard. cor. Stock- 
ton and Valleja,h. Vernon Place. 
Bailey D v carpenter, boards Franklin Hotel 
Bailv A. waterman, cor. Spring and Summer 
Bail' G. W. clerk. 56 First. 
Bain John, blacksmith, h. Jesse, between 

Ecker and First. 
Baker Geo. W. k. Union b. Mason and Taylor 
Baker A. D. manufact'r vinegar. Long's al. 
Baker Melville, upholsterer, 145 and 147 Clay 
Baker Stanley, attorney, office cor. Merchant 

and Montgomery 
Baker G. P. merchant. 115 Battery 
Baker S. H. tinner, 208 Montgomery 
Baker Henry, clerk, 172 Montgomery, h. cor. 

Montgomery and Pacific 
Baker G. W. carman. 99 Front, h. Union be- 
tween Kearny and Montgomery 
Baker Colin C. com. mer. 59 Front, 2d floor 
Baker J. jr., com. mer. 59 Front, 2d floor 
Baker Samuel & Co. general jobbers, 57 

Front, 2d floor 
Baker Samuel, general jobber, 57 Front, 2d 

floor, h. 128 Broadway 
Baker David, gen'l jobber, 57 Front, 2d floor 
Baker «fc AVagstaiT, shipping masters and 
brokers, Drum, b. Cal. and Commercial 
Baker Capt. J. G. shipping master and bro- 
ker. Drum. b. Cal. and Com., h. Stock- 
ton, opposite Clarendon House. 
Baker E. G. book-keeper. 37 Sacramento 
Baker Henry, clothing and cigars, 12 and 14 

California. 
Baker Wm. clothing. Davis, near Pacific 
Baker G. AA'. lumber merchant, 2 Sacramento, 

h. cor. Clay and Mason 
Baker J. P. clerk, 46 Front 
Baker Robert, carman, 100 Front 
Baker Lewis J. proprietor Am. Theatre, 

boards Oriental 
Baker Mrs. Alexina Fisher, actress, Ameri- 
can Theatre, boards Oriental 
Baker AYm. saw mill, cor. Drum and Wash 
Baker & AYiutzer, clothing, Davis. 2 doors 

from Pacific 
Baker Henry, clothing, Davis, 2 doors from 

Pacific. 
Baker Charles B., clerk, Eighth Ward House 



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Baker F. W. clerk, Davis, 2 doors fm Pacific 
Baker Frank, upholsterer and paper hanger, 

145 and 147 Clay, h. AYashingtou, be- 
tween Dupont and Stockton. 
Baker Edw. D. attorney, 10 Armory Hall, 

h. cor. Montgomery and Sacramento 
Bakeman Geo. steward Slider's private hosp'l 
Ballhaus Fred. Lombard b. Leavenworth and 

Hyde 
Ball Mrs. Mary F. boarding house, 248 Clay 
Ball Francis, seaman, h. Quincy 
Ball F. A. bar-keeper, 141 Commercial 
Ball Mrs. Hermioue, proprietress of Braunan 

House, cor. Bush and Sansome 
Baldwin H. S., m. d.. off. Portsmouth House, 

h. N. side Pacific. 2 doors above Stock. 
Baldwin L. shoes, 92 Kearny. 
Baldwin Mrs. Mary, boarding house, Trinity, 

2 doors from Pine. 
Baldwin & Co. ladies' shoes, 151 Sacramento. 
Baldwin Calvin T. ladies' shoes, 151 Sac. 
Baldwin Mrs. F. A. M., agent " Ladies Pro- 
tection and Relief Society," office 151 

Sacramento 
Baldwin Benj. book-bindery, Merchant, be- 
tween Montg'yand Sansome, h. Trinity 

1 door from Pine 
Baldwin R. P. clerk, Merchant, between 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Baldwin A. R. provision dealer, 103 and 105 

Front. 
Baldwin E. J. proprietor Clinton House 

Jackson, between Davis and Front 
Baldwin Ezekiel E. millwright, 15 and 17 j 

Broadway [Market 

Balch S. M. 'stalls 17 and 19 New World 
Baleh P. S. clerk at Briggs & Waters 
Ballard Byron, P.O. Arcade. 
Ballou P. D. steward, (5 Commercial 
Bailey W. J. firm of Edwards & Bailey, 2 

Orleans Row. 
Baltmann II. firm Wm, Bofer & Co, 138 Sac. 
Bamberry John, cook, 44 Sacramento 
Bame it Savage, grocers, 148 Sausome 
Bame Jeremiah, grocer, 148 Sansome 
Banim John, contractor, h. Green, between 

Stockton and Dupont 
Banks T. C. Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express 
Banks Wm. furniture and bedding, 100 San. 
Banks & Sheldon, builders, 77 Jackson, 2d 

floor 
Banister Robt. clerk, 133 Sacramento 
Banning T. E. bar-keeper, cor. Kearny and 

Merchant 
Banvard Daniel, mason, boards 64 Broadway 
Banvard Michael, mason, boards 64 Broad'y 
Bander, L. machinest, Sutter Iron Works 
Bancroft Hermon, com. mer. 51 Leidesdorfl 
Bandmann, Nietsen & Co. com. mer. 48 

Front, 2d floor 
Bandmann Julius, com. mer., 48 Front, 2d fl. 
Barry David, grocer, 239 Stockton 
Barry Patrick, attorncv. office Brenham PL, 

h. 301 Pacific. 



Barry D. W. 219 Clay, 2d floor. 

Barry John, baker, h. Mary's Lane 

Barry James, blacksmith, 152 California 

Barry Robert, tailor. 178 Clay 

Barry Wm. tinner, 120 Sansome 

Barry Jas. W. book-keeper at Crosby & 

Dibblee's 
Barry John, saloon, 150 Pacific 
Barry & Patten, saloon, 116 Montgomery 
Barry T. A. saloon, 116 Montgomery. 
Barry Wm. comedian, S. F. Theatre, boards 

117 Broadway 
Barry Wm. saloon, 112 Jackson 
Barton Thomas, laborer, h. Grant Place, near 

Kearny 
Barton Wm. saloon, 149 Pacific 
Barton Wait, com. mer. 11 Washington 
Barrass Hiram, butcher, h. and s. 220 Stock. 
Bartley Robt. saloon. 234 Pacific 
Bartley James A. boiler-maker, Union Iron 

Works 
Barclay Wm. proprietor Barclay's Saloon, 86 

Kearny 
Bartling William bookbinder, at Lecount & 

Strong's, h. Pacific above Taylor 
Barr Charles, fruit-dealer, 221 Kearny 
Barr James, blacksmith, 15 and 17 Broadway 
Barr, Griggs & Courseu, importers and gro- 
cers, 135 Front, 2d floor 
Barekhausen J. cigar store, 256 Dupont 
Barhydt Henry, painter, h. Washington, be- 
tween Stockton and Powell 
Barmore John, Empire Saloon, cor. Kearny 

and Sacramento 
Barkeloo John, county tax collector, City 

Hall, h. 156 Mission 
Bartlett Francis A. h. N. side Union, be- 
tween Kearny and Dupont 
Bartlett G. printer, " Sun" office 
Bartlett E. attorney, 172 Pacific, 2d floor 
Bartlett Geo. com. merchant, 67 California 
Bartlett H. W. laborer, cor. Drum and Wash. 
Bartlett Cushing, laborer, 100 Pine 
Bartlett L. jr., h. 40 Bush. 
Bartlett & Pinkham, pub. and prop. "Even- 
ing News," 35 Commercial 
Bartlett C. pub. and prop. " Evening News," 

35 Commercial 
Bartlett W. editor "Evening News." 35 Com. 
Bario John S. saloon, cor. Jack, and Kearny 
Barrett Mrs. Mary E. h. Dupont between 

Green aud Union 
Barrett L. B. maehmest, 164 California 
Barrett & Sherwood, watch and chronometer 

makers and imp. jewelry, 135 Montg'y 
Barrett Samuel, jeweller, 135 Montgomery 
Barrett John, pressman " Sun" office 
Barrett Thos. watchmaker, 135 Montg'y 
Barrett James, h. 44 Broadway 
Barrett & Merrill, druggists, cor. Washing- 
ton and Brenham Place 
Barlow Jesse, cabinet maker, 129 California 
Barnart Harris, restaurant, 143 Washington, 
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Jarnat S. tailor, 69 Montgomery 

Baruch B. G. cigars, 4 First 

Barker Wm. light comedian and singer S. F. 

Theatre, li. Waverley Place. 
Barker W. Henry, liar-keeper, boards Ports- 
mouth House 
Barker Joshua, at Adams ft Co.'a Express 
3arker Henry, carman, h. Stevenson, be- 
tween First and Ecker 
barker Chas. 0. laborer. Market near Beale 
Barker T. G. clerk, 40 Clay 
Barker J. W. porter house, 35 Davis 
Barker Samuel F. carman. 106 Dupont 
Barker E. R. storage. 115 Clay. 
Barker J. S. furniture, 130 Washington, 

boards Columbia House, Pine 
Barney Geo. 0. hardware and com. mer., 39 ; 

California 

Barney D. H. toll-keeper. California Wharf 
Barrol'l E. J. flour aud grain, 126 Front 
Barnett D. importer jewelry, 107 California, 

second floor 
Barnett M. & Co. manufacturers of clothing, 
88 Empire block, California, second floor, 
h. Union, bet. Montgomerv and Kearny 
Barnet S. ft Co. clothing. 18 First 
Barns B. "W. proprietor Commercial Hotel, 

Pacific 
Barnes W. B. h. 90 Pine 
Barnes Daniel, wheelwright, 89 Pine 
Barnes "Winslow B. clerk. 39 Commercial 
Barnes "Wm. A. sawyer. Alta Foundry - 
Barnes John, sawyer. Alta Foundry 
Barnes Michael, laborer, h. 47 Melius 
|Barnes Patrick, carman 
jBarnes J. W. clerk, 89 Pacific 
Barnard John, jeweller, 39 Montgomery 
Barnard R. C. seaman, Drum, bet. California 

and Commercial 
jBarnard Wm. barkeeper, 148 Commercial 
Barnard Frederick W: attorney, 72 Mer- 
chant, second floor 
Barnard George G. attorney, 72 Merchant, 

second floor 
Barnard Robt. attorney, 72 Merchant, second 

floor 
Barstow, Church <fe Co. commission mer. 89 

and 91 California 
Barstow S. com. mer. 89 and 91 California 
Barstow W. com. mer. 89 and 91 California 
Barber Wm. attorney, office 1, 2, and 3 Mont- 
gomery block, h. Pine, above Powell 
Barslow J. A. blacksmith, Vul. Iron Works 
Barron Wm. E. com. merchant, 92 Merchant 
Barron Edw. butcher, stall 2 New World 

Market, h. Mason, near Broadway 
Baronn Bern, firm of Loewy, Baronn <fc Co. 

Custom House block 
;Bartol A. 
! Bar bat J., m. d. south-west corner Jackson 

and Montgomery 
Barbean <fe Co. commission merchants, Jones 

alley, near Washington 
Baranco V. B. 58 California 



Bartels Chas. ft Co. grocers. 92 Pine 

• Nathaniel, h. 34 Webb 
Bassett 0. F. carrier of " Sun " 
Bassett Abner, contractor, a mer Bush and 

Broadway, h. Quincy 
Bassett Alfred, stonecutter, corner Bush and 

Broadway, h. Quincy 
Bassett Jos. grain and produce, Washington, 

near Davis 
Bassett John B. doorkeeper U. S. M. H. 
Bassler Frederick, 174 Olay 
Bassford W. Henry, at S. W. Timmons' 
Basse ft Janssen, importers groceries and 

commission merchants, 69 Sacramento 
Basse Thos. merchant, 69 Sacramento 
Bass Leroy E. nurse. U. S. M. Hospital 
Bates John G. at Lecount A: Strong's 
Bates Morgan, printer, h. 117 Bush 
Bates John, seaman, h. Geary, corner Dupont 
Bates Geo. T. attorney, 98 Merchant 
Bates Isavo, clerk at M. L. Winn's 
Bates B. Maiue Hotel, 114 Pacific 
Bates Wm. baker, at Jenny Lind Bakery, cor. 

Stockton and Vallejo 
Bates Chas. flour packer, Happy Valley Mills 
Bates Demic, flour packer, Happy Val. Mills 
Bates Wm. clerk. 137 California 
! Bates Valentine, flour packer, 96 Front 
Batturs E. T. grocer. 210 Pacific 
Batturs Richard, tinner, 41 Battery 
Bate Jos. cook, 12 First 
Batey John, laborer, 131 Kearny 
Bataillard Mrs. millinery, 149 Sacramento 
! Battleby John, tinner, 68 Sansome 
i Bateson Alex, teamster at Pine & Hough- 
ton's, California wharf 
Battles William Ward, jobber and general 

dealer, 51 California, corner Front 
Battis Martin T. blacksmith, 12 Davis, boards 

at Chicago Hotel 
Battelle Thos. K. h. 136 Montgomery 
Baur & Detien. boarding house, 51 Sansome 
Baur Carl, boarding house, 51 Sansome 
j Baudot F. clerk. 152 Kearny 
Bauteu Frank, tailor. 4 Maiden lane 
Bauernfreund David, clothing, 70 Sacramento 
Baum Julius, clerk, 57 Commercial 
Baum Chas. ship and custom house broker, 

Custom House block 
Baugh Theodore E. Merchant's Exchange, h. 

Telegraph hill 
i Baugh W. W manager Light House, Point 

Lobos 
Baugh William Williamson, collector, Mer- 
chant's Exchange 
Bauch Pedro, clerk, Front, near California 
Bauer C. gunsmith, 213 Washington 
Bauer J. lager beer, Montgomery block, base- 
ment, on Merchant 
Baxter James, commission mer. 93 Battery, 

h. 2 Battery 
Baxter John A. porter, 93 Battery 
Bayuque J. B. banker and commission mer. 
134 Clay, h. California, above Kearny 



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Bayuque Ramon, clerk. 134 Clay, k. Califor- 
nia, above Kearny 
Bayless Thornton J. firm of Berford & Co.'s 

Express, 94 Merchant 
Baymills E. laborer, 10 Pacific 
Bayley R. P. China Hall, 176 Montgomery 
Bayer Martin, bar-keeper. Bank Exchange, 

Montgomery block 
Bazille T. piano timer, 176 California 
Beaner J. H. grocer, cor. Stockton and Green 
Bean Moses T. h. Lafayette, between Green 

and Union 
Bean Samuel, builder, 196 Sansome 
Bean L. W. bar-keeper, 35 Pacific 
Beach Lewis, waterman, h. Belden 
Beach J. 0. D. carman, 109 Battery 
Beach Thos. S. groom, 19 Battery 
Bearse Gorham, carman at Hussey, Bond & 

Hale's 
Beardsley L. E. broker. 97 Merchant 
Bearer G. W. aprent for Jas. Patrick, 161 

Battery, h. Minna 
Beagar M. tailor, 2 Ohio 
Beals H. Chanuing, commission merchant, 94 

Battery, h. Prospect place 
Beale Lorenzo, firm of H. M. Colbath & Co. 

Market, near First 
Beale Thos. & Co. merchant, 103 Pine 
Beal Thos. mer. 103 Pine, h. Contra Costa 
Beal L. boarding house, 14 Bay State Row 
Beagle Ira J. engineer, 40 First 
Beaty Z. saloon, 156 Commercial 
Beck Mrs. M. J. (widow), boarding house, 128 

Broadway 
Beck Joseph P. grocer, 223 Pacific 
Beck & Elam, com. mer. 125 and 127 Jacks'n 
Beck D. L. commission merchant, 125 and 

127 Jackson, h. 326 Powell 
Beck & Smith, boarding house, 177 Front 
Beck Nathaniel, boarding house. 177 Front 
Beck Wm. cook, 229 Clay 
Becker Wm. baker, Clay, two doors below 

Mason 
Beckh G. W. attorney, off. 6 Wells' building 
Beckford Daniel R. clerk, 174 Clay 
Beckford G. W. book-keeper, 149 Montg'm'ry 
Beckford Geo. clerk. 145 and 147 Clay, ode. 

on Pike, near Clay 
Beckwith Seth L. boat builder, junction Mar- 
ket and California 
Beckwith Jas. S. contractor, 137 California, 

second floor 
Beers J. B. dentist, firm of Payne & Beers, 

Masonic Hall 
Beers A" Davis, commission mer. 83 Clay 
Beers Henry I. commission mer. 83 Clay, h. 

corner Union and Mason 
Beele <fc Bremer, beerhouse, 130 Commercial, 

basement 
Beebe & Colviu, billiard and bowling saloons. 

84 Montgomery 
Beebe H. W billiard and bowling saloons, 

84 Montgomery, h. corner Stockton and 

Washington 



Beebe Henry, shoemaker, 72 Pacific 
Begcs Wm. W. superintendent Gas Works 
Behr H. x. d. office 115 Pine 
Behrle L. & Co. saloon, 116 Pine 
Bein Phillip, restaurant, 18 Sacramento 
Beideman J. C. office 38 Clay, h. corner Tyler 

and Park avenue 
Beldou Mrs. T. (widow), h. corner Green and 

Stockton 
Belleau E. h. 228 Powell 
Belleau E. Sazerac Exchange, 215 Clay 
Bell J. C. upholsterer, 202 Clay, h. corner 

Greenwich and Dupont 
Bell J. W. at Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express 
Bell James, hardware, 135 Sacramento, h. 

350 Stockton 
Bell W. S. clerk, 152 Kearny 
Bell C. sea-captain, h. 150 Sacramento 
Bell Mrs. M. W. millinery, 150 Sacramento 
Bell James, commission mer. 147 Battery 
Bell Archa, laborer at Eclipse Mills 
Bell George B. shipping-master and broker, 

Sacrameuto street wharf 
Bell, X orris & Co. shipwrights and caulkers, 

Clay, below Drum 
Bell Lucius, firm of Goodman Brothers, 150 

Front, h. Pleasant Valley 
Bell Edwin, city reporter S. F. " Herald," 

120 Montgomery 
Belden Josiah, corner Sacramento and Mont- 
gomery, third floor 
Belden Truman, ship-carpenter, h. 35 Stev's'n 
Belden 'Mrs. Sarah, dress-m'k'r, h. 35 Stev's'n 
Belcher John H. master-mariner, 172 Mont'y 
Belknap G. A. attorney, Parson's b'd'g. Clay 
Belknap Augustus, book-keeper, 62 Battery 
Belloc Freres <fc Sescau, importers dry goods, 

&c. 145 Clay 
Bellemere A. jeweller, 50 Commercial 
Belefeld & Follert, coopers, 12 Leidsdorff 
Bemis Chas. C. machinist, boards cor. Powell 

and Filbert 
Bemis S. A. steward. 141 Clay 
Benson John, office 137 Montgomery, h. Du- 

pont, bet. Sacramento and Clay 
Benson S. hay market, Market, near Beale, h. 

Second, bet. Stevenson and Jessie 
Benchley & Co. hardware, 62 Battery 
Benchley L. B. hardware, 62 Battery 
Bent Ebenezer, 32 Battery 
Benton John D. carpenter, bds. Frank. Ho 
Bentley O. & W. clerks 7 Davis, cor. Jacks 
Benzi F. druggist, 247 Dupont 
Beuham & Fitzhugh, attorneys, 1 McAllis- 
ter's building. Clay 
Benham Calhoun, attorney, 1 McAllister's 

building, Clay 
Bening & Co. grocers. Rincon Point 
Bening Geo. grocer, Rincon Point 
Benari .J. cigars, 80 Pacific 
Benedict Wm. A. h. Union, between Powell 

and Mason 
Benedict R. W. book-keeper at Page, Bacon 
& Co.'s 






AGENCY FOR CLAIMS 

I61IHST THE GOVERNBERT 



O^F" THE 



UMTED STI1 




P. A. BRINSMADE 

Has removed his office to Sherman's Buildings, No. 146 Montgomery 

street, Scooffy & Kelsey's floor, where he will continue the prosecution of 

Claims against the Federal Government, embracing : 

Claims of the officers and soldiers of Col. Stevenson's Regiment of 
New York Volunteers, for bounty lands, extra pay and transportation al- 
lowances. 

Claims of the officers and men who composed the California Battallion 
of Volunteers, under Lieut. Col. John C. Fremont, for bounty lands, ar- 
rears of pay, and extra pay. 

Claims of the officers, petty officers, seamen and marines, on account 
of additional compensation for services in the naval and revenue service 
of the United States, in the Pacific Ocean, on the coasts of California and 
Mexico, from 13th of May, 1846, to 1st of March, 1853, provided for by 
acts of Congress, approved August 31st, 1852, and March 3d, 1853. 

ALSO, 

Claims for return of duties paid on merchandise imported into the 
ports of California after the war with Mexico, and previously to the ap- 
plication to this State of the Revenue Laws of the United States. 

Claims for return of duties paid ou merchandise consumed in the fires 
of San Francisco of 1849, 1850 and 1851. 

ALSO, 

Cmaims for indemnity on account of losses occasioned by Indian de- 
predations upon the property of the citizens of the State ; and 

Claims for advances made to United States Indian Agents, to enable 
them to negotiate or to execute treaties with the Indian tribes. 

Mr. Brinsmade has secured the most reliable and efficient aid in 
Washington, and claimants may feel sure of the most prompt attention 
possible. 

N. B. — He will also give his particular attention to Conneyancing 
in all its branches. 



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tenedict Wm. clerk. 164 Clay 
Jemlixen Geo. auctioneer. 41 California 
fcusley Edwin, boardine: house, 221 Sac'm'to 
Jensley John, of Union Line Steamers, h. 

Montgomery, bet Yallejo and Gre< :i 
tensfey if. porter, 62 Battery 
fenecke ft Miller, mer. tailors. 163 Wash'ton 
ienecke A. merchant tailor. 163 Washington 
lenjamin Joseph, Europe Restaurant, 137 

Kearny 
lenjamin J. dry goods, 116 California 
Benjamin Mrs. ladies' furnishing, 2 Sansome 
lenjamin E. B. treasurer Young Men's Chris- 
tian Association, cor. Battery and Sac 
jennett G. L. manufacturer stoves, 150 Clay 
iennett Byron R. tinner, 3 50 Clay 
iennett Nathaniel, attorney, office I\ 0. Ex- 
change, second floor 
ennett Nathaniel I. clerk. 48 Commercial 
•ennett R. II. produce depot. 6 Sacramento, 

h. 43 Minna 
ennett Nicholas.rcstaurant.il California 
ennett Geo. blacksmith, 51 Jackson 
ennett Albert, shoe store, 65 Pacific 
ennett Thos. m. d. 5 Masonic Hall. h. Pine. 

above Dupont 
ennet II. W. private boarding, 93 Bush 
eonet Geo. printer, Franklin Job Office 
equette Henry D. inspector. Custom House 
ergin, <fc Sons, soap manufacturers, h. and 

factory corner Powell and Green 
ergin Thos. soap manufacturer, h. and fac- 
tory corner Powell and Green 
.Tgin James, soap manufacturer, h. and fac- 
tory corner Powell and Greeu 
?rgin Michael, soap manufacturer, h. and 

factory corner Powell and Green 
jrg C. dry goods, 140 Washington 
?rrian Saml. U. h. 40 Green 
■rry Geo, saloon. 349 Stockton 
.■rry Peter, h. 301 Pacific 
?rry Nelson, h. Minna 
?rry Richard N . merchandise broker, corner 

Front and California, second floor 
-rry J. & Co. wagon makers, 21 Bush 
srry F. W. produce dealer, 28 Davis 
jrry F. G. carman, 28 Davis 
trnheim Morris, confectioner, 223 Sac'mento 
;rnheimer G. importer, 62 Sansome, 2d floor 
Ttody Chas. m. d. office and h. 225 ^ Wash. 
srton F. k Co. wines and liquors. 146 Clay 
sresford J. manufacturer shoes. 166 Clay 
Twin P. clothing, 87 Commercial 
irnard & Wolf, crockery, 180 Kearny 
rnard B. crockery. 180 Kearny, h. Hinckle 
:rnard W. R. sign and ornamental painter, 

91 Montgomery, h. Pine, near Dupont 
-rford & Co. '8 Express. 94 Merchant 
dinger Frederick, jeweller, 214 Kearny 
jaink Harry, at Williams & Severance's 

Soda Factory 
irohard G. clerk, 143 Clay 
>rel Rino, clerk, 143 Clay, second floor 
jrlena H. A. clothing, 22 Davis 

4 



j Berenhart, Jacoby ft Co. general importers, 

70 and 72 Montgomery 
I Berault Charles V. inspector. Custom House 
Bertheau John, carpenter, h. St. Mary's place 
Bersch Peter A. baker. 248 Dupont 
Beston Thomas, grocer, 236 Pacific 

Wm. painter, 91 Jackson 
Besse A. machinist. Vulcan Iron Works 
Bes?ey A. P. express wagon, 16 Minna 
Bettingen A. tinner. 112 Kearny 
Bcnkuer Wm. steward, 46 Sacramento 
Bentler J. B. vocalist, h. cor. Pine & Quincy 
Bevans T. B. apothecary, S.E. cor. Broadway 

and Stockton 
Bevins Wm. printer, boards 230 Clay 
Bevins Darwin, porter, 64 Battery 
Bewley ft Co. com. mer. 83 Clay. 2d floor 
Bewley C. W. com. mer. 83 Clay, 2d floor, h: 

Mission, between Harris and Price 
Bewley A. H. com. mer. 83 Clay. 2d floor, h. 

Mission, between Harris and Price 
Bewley Allen H. grocer, 57 Clay 
Bickel C. boarding hoifse, 59 Kearny 
Biekem Wm. D. mercantile library, P. O. 

building, 2d floor 
Bickhem W. D. associate editor ''Evening 

Picayune." 123 Sacramento 
Bichoff Conrad, boots and shoes, 177 Wash- 
ington 
Bick V. clerk, basement Masonic Hall 
Bidleman & Co. imp. of liquors, 186 Montg'y 
Bidleman J. B imp. of liquors, h 186 Monty 
Biesta Frenco, Sardinian Vice Consul, office 

and house cor. Jackson and Mason. 
Bierke & Josephson, painters, 152 Washing- 
ton. 2d floor 
Bierke H. T. painter, 152 Washington, 2d 

floor 
Bigarel D. tailor, Comm'l, adj. Union Theatre 
Biggs, Kibbe <Sr Overton, Magnolia and Ton- 
tine saloons 
Biggs Thomas, Magnolia and Tontine saloons 
Biggs Geo. saloon 92 Pacific 
Biggs J. E. bar-keeper, 92 Pacific 
Bigford Wm. wood and willow ware, 173 

AVashington 
Bigley Johu, groceries and provisions, 46 Clay 
Bigley Cornelius, clerk, 46 Clay 
Bigley John E. mer. 95 Cal. h. 256 Stockton 
Biglow A. J. carman, 96 and 98 Battery 
Biglow P. R. carman, 96 and 98 Battery 
Bigelow Joseph T. painter, 26 California 
Bigelow E. & Co. wholesale groc. 102 Front 
Bigelow E. wholesale grocers, 102 Front, h. 

cor. Anthony and Mission 
Bigelow Jabez, boots & shoes, 60 Comm'l 
Bigin Joseph, butcher, stalls 9 and 11 Pacific 

Market 
Billings Henry A. moulder, Vulcan Iron 

Works 
Billings Frederick, fii'm of Halleck, Peachy, 

Billings and Park, Montgomery Block 
Billinghurst R. proprietor Chigago Hotel, 
Jackson between Davis and Front 



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Bills H. C. engineer and machinist, 51 Jack. 

Bill L. Tracy, saloon cor. Sansome and Cal. 

Bingham C. E. tragedian, boards at Mrs Cars- 
well 

Bingham & Reynolds, shipping and com. mer. 
201 Sansome 

Binney & Co. furniture and bedding, 164 Sac. 
and 44 Battery 

Binney I V. furniture and bedding, 164 Sa- 
cramento and 44 Battery 

Binney Mrs. Caroline M. dress-maker, 145 
Sacramento, 2d floor 

Binder Otto, steward, 84 Commercial 

Bioren Charles, clerk, 112 Sacramento 

Bird Daniel T. C. carpenter, h. cor. Francisco 
and Pupont 

Bird Benjamin, laborer, Phoenix Brewery. 

Bird Joseph R. h. Hardy place 

Bird John C. porter house, 18 Sacramento 

Birch T cabinet maker, 180 Jackson 

Birch W. H. machinist. Yulean Iron Works 

Birchard W. P. cabinet maker, 116 Jackson 

Birbeck Joseph, clerk. 192 Kearney 

Birdsall Z. carman. 95 Front 

Birdsall Geo. saloon, 48 First 

Birdsall Lewis A if. d. Superintendent U. S. 
Mint, Commercial, near Montgomery. 

Bissit J G. stevedore, h. Francisco bet. Kear- 
ny and Dupont 

Bissell G. W. P firm Alsop & Co. Ill and 
113 California 

Bischoff J. J. watchmaker, 155)^ Kearny 

Bishop A. P. printer, boards 186~ Broadway 

Bishop Geo. W. clerk, 162 Clay 

Bishop Silas, deputy flour inspector, 34 Clay 

Bishop & Hug, lager bier, cor. Clay and 
Montgomery, basement 

Bishop L. lager bier, cor. Clay and Montg'y 
basement 

Bishop Henry, bar-keeper, 2 Clay 

Biyttig. shoe store. 253 Dupont 

Black Peter R. carpenter, h. 5 Brooklyn pi. 

Black Wm. K. carpenter, h. 5 Brooklyn pi. 

Black Joseph, blacksmith, h 5 Brooklyn pi. 

Black Andrew, printer "Evening Journal" off. 
boards Branch Hotel 

Black Samuel, police officer, City Hall 

Blakesley Robert, b. 23 Pike 

Blake Richard, tin and sheet iron. 201 Kear. 

Blake E. W musician, boards 196 Pacific 

Blake C. E. dentist, off. 200 U Clay, 2d floor 

Blake Geo. H. jeweller, 170 Clay 

Blake U T. clothing, 85 Commercial 

Blake (Talvin T. clothing, cor. Battery and 
Sansome 

Blake Geo. M. clerk, cor. Cal. and Front, h. 
cor Sansome and Bush 

Blake James, butcher, stalls 1 and 3, Pacific 
Market 

Blake Benjamin, carpenter, boards 35 First 

Blake Edward, carman, 90 Davis 

Blake Robt A. bar-keeper, cor. Sansome and 
Halleck 

Blake Chas. H. bar-keeper, 195 Front 



Blake R. A. St. Francis saloon, cor. Dupont 

and Clay 
Blakely D. D. bar-keeper. Wilson's Exchange 
Blakey Jas. carpenter. Clark near Davis 
Blaekiston John S. chair maker, 67 Davis, 

2d floor 
Blackburn Wm. teamster, boards 196 Pacific 
Blaisdell R. P jour, printer, "Times and Tran- 
script" office 
Blaisdell C. W. jour printer, "Times and 

Transcript" office 
Blasdel H G. produce and com. Clay between 

Drum and East 
Blauler Chas. printer, 134 Montgomery 
Blair T. M. clerk, cor. Sutter and Rassette pi. 
Blair James, speculator, cor. Sac. and Drum 

2d floor 
Blair A. blacksmith, 15 and 17 Broadway 
Blain Rodman, clerk, Washington near Davis 
Blancy Wm. toll keeper, Market wharf 
Blancy John, blacksmith, boards corner Pine 

and Kearney 
Blanchard A. clerk, 132 Cay [Halleck 

Blanchard David, carman, cor. Battery and 
Blanchard Toney, clerk, 68 Montgi mery 
Blancka'd H. P. & Co. com. mer. 35 Battery 
Blanchard 1). L. inspector Custom-house 
Blanding Louis, attorney. Parson's building 
Blanket) Nicholas, clerk, 146 Kearney, h. 166 

Sacramento 
Blakewell John. Branch Hotel 
Blachere Adolphe. grocer, 288 Stockton 
Blankman D. surgeon dentist, off. and h. 123 

Stockton 
Blackwood John, clerk, 101 Front 
Blackwood Win. clerk. 37 California 2d floor 
Blackmore Thos. boarding house, Rincon Pt 
Bleimann & Poppe, paper hangings, 212 

Washington 
Bleakley J. L. & Co, grocers, provisions, & 

Davis, near Jaik-un 
Blessing Wm. porter, 99 Front 
Blethen J. E. sash and blind manufacturer, 2 

CaH'ornia 
Blettner J. J. patternmaker, Union Iron~V 
Blitz B. S. special police, h Vallejo bet. Pow< 

and Stockton 
Blisrh Patrick, laborer, h. Union, cor Uuion 
Blin E. T. sea captain, h. Clara 
Bliss Theodore, porter, 42 and 44 California 
Bliss John, laborer, 140 Sansome 
Bliss Frederick E. firm of S. O. Brigham & 

Co. 30 Battery 
Bloudeau John, b. 251 Dupont 
Bloomer H. G. paints and oils, Clay, opposite 

Leidsdorff h. cor. Jackson and Mason 
Bloomingdale J. dry goods, 70 Battery 
Block John, tailor, 148 Kearny, basement 
Blossom W. H. merchant. 31 Commercial, h. 

Leidsdorfl', between California and Bush 
Blood L. L. clerk, 168 Montgomery 
Blodgett J. S. seaman, boards Alta Hotel 
Blum Jacob, dry goods, 257 Dupont 
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Blum L furnishing store, 192 Washington 
Blum H furnishing store, 117 Montgomery 
Blum A R clerk, 156 Sacramento 
Blum R beer house, corner Sacramento and 

Kearny, basement 
Bium iithal Martin A crockery. 147 Kearny 
Blumenthal A S importer, 147 Kearny 
Blum.-nthal A L wholesale clothing, 138 

Sacramento, 2d floor [Jackson 

Bluxome«fc Co coal yard, Montgomery, near 
Bluxome Isaac jr coal yard, Moutgom'ry, near 

Jackson, h Vallejo. op Catholic church 
Bluxome J D gauger. Custom House 
Boardman, Bacon & Co. hardware, 135 Sau- 

some and 122 Washington 
Boardman. E. L. hardware, 135 Sansome and 

122 Washington, h. 135 Sansome 
Boardman W. F. hardware. 135 Sansome and 

122 Washington, h. 135 Sansome 
Boardman Jos. architect, civil engineer, niea- j 

surer and valuer, 131 California 
Boas E. cigars, 53 Pacific 
Bock Louis, merchant, 87 California, 2d floor, 

h. corner Kearny Market and Geary 
Bodeker B. grocer, X.W. corner Union and 

Dupont 

jBodder Herman, tailor, 173 Pacific 
JBofer Wm. & Co. general hardware, 138 Sac- 
ramento 
.Bofer B. builder, Trinity, 3 doors W. Montg'y 
iBogardus John P. solicitor, Excelsior print- 
ing office. 151 Clay 
jBogart & Clerk, druggists, 35 Commercial 
Bogart Orlando H. drugsrist, 35 Commercial 
Bogler J. boiler maker, Vulcan Iron Works 
Bogan Joko, porter, at Shaw & Hale's, corner 

Battery and Union 
[Bogan John, laborer, cor. Battery and Coru'l 
iBohlen J. H. grocer, 55 Broadway 
Bohleu T. H. clerk. 232 Clay 
Bohan George T. mason, h. Pine, between 

Stockton and Dupout 
Bohan John, groceries and liquors, corner 

Market and Ecker 
Bohan Q. groceries and liquors, cor. Market 

and Ecker 
Bokanon, G. W. blacksmith, 105 Kearny 
[Bohn John, tiuner, 178 Washington 
jBohn D. shoe store, 68 Pacific 
LBokee, Delany & Co. auction and commission, 

59 and 61 Sacrameuto 
Bokee W. O. auction and commission, 59 and 

61 Sacrameuto 
Boland George, boards 221 Sacramento 
Bolting Henry. Mechanics' Ex., 225 Kearny 
Bolton John Bryant, porter, at Story, Red- 

dington & Co's 
Bolton Mrs Helen, saloou, 41 Montgomery 
Bolton, Barron & Co. com. mer. 92 "Merchant 
Bolton James R. com. merchant. 92 Merchant 
Bolton John H. clerk, 92 Merchant 
Bolliver George W. porter, 34 Clay 
Bollmeyer Conrad, jobbing and commission, 

58 Front 



Bomemtent George, carman, 89 Front 
Bomhoff P. propjr Kossuth House, 90 Pacific 
Bond George E. apothecary, S. E. corner 

Broadway and Stockton 
Bond Charles R. sec'y Central Wharf Joint 

Stock Co. office Howard's bdg. 3d floor 
Bond C. W. dry goods, 64 Battery 
Bond & Co. Jenny Lino" fancy bakery, corner 

Stockton and Vallejo 
Bond J. E. baker, cor. Stockton and Vallejo 
Bond J. W. baker, cor. Stockton and Vallejo 
Bond W. H. wholesale grocer, 48 Clay 
Bonnard Amos, carpenter, h. Hinckle 
Bounard F. A. proprietor and publisher of the 

" Sun'' and " Price Current." 
Bonnard Charles, foreman '• Sun" office. 
Bonestell & Williston, booksellers and sta- 
tioners. 201 Clay 
Bonestell L. H. bookseller and stationer, 201 

Clay, h. 90 Pine 
Bonsteel A., m. d., Brenham place, near Clay 
Bonhor P. 168 Commercial 
Bonillaud Joseph, saloon, Commercial, above 

Kearny 
Bonnie Geo. cabinet maker, 159 Sacramento 
Bonney Geo. clerk, at C. Minturn's, Cunning- 
ham's wharf 
Bonnel John, upholsterer, 157 Sacramento 
Bonueau Thomas C. barber, h. 41 Sansome 
Bonneau Mrs. Aun, proprietress of Fairhaven 

House, 141 Sansome 
Bonvalot Louis, Mexican goods, 190 Clay 
Bouvalot Koux, Mexican goods. 190 Clay 
Bondy Adolphe, imp. clothing, 88 Sacramento 
Bouhomme <fc Co. wig makers, 171 Commercial 
Bonnar John, machinist, Alta Foundry 
Bonnevon J. A. commission merchant, 111 
Sacramento, h. Sutter, between Stockton 
and Powell 
Bonton Francis G. Market street wharf, below 

California 
Bookstaver S. J. h. E.'side Virginia 
Booth Lucius O. carpenter, boards 93 Bush 
Booth H. J. machinist, h. 137 Pine 
Booth J. B. jun. tragedian, h. Calhoun, be- 
tween Union aud Green 
Booth Edward, steward, Jackson, between 

Front aud Davis 
Booth Edwin, comedian and ranchero, S. F. 

Theatre, ranch Mission Road 
Boothby & Hall, blacksmiths, 88 Pacific 
Boothby Xoah. blacksmith, 88 Pacific 
Booker & Big.'ord, wood and willow ware, 173 

Washington t 

Booker Jesse, wood and willow ware, 173 

Washington 
Booker W. L. secretary to British Consul, 126 

California 
Booker W. L. commission merch ,nt, 126 Cali- 
fornia, 2d floor 
Booker W. L. agent Monarch Fire Insurance 

Company, 126 California 
Boorland H. W. mason, boards 147 Sansome 
Boovaem H. T. attorney, Parson's bdg. Clay 



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Boone John, firm of Goddard & Co. Pacific 

Iron Foundry [Bush 

Boring Jesse, m. d., Stockton, 3 doors from 

Boring Rev. Jesse, pastor of Wesley Chapel, 

h. Kearny, near Pine 
Borner & Shuk, piano forte makers, 173 

Washington 
Bordner & Co. J. carpenters, Puss lane, near 

Trinity 
Bosworth Win. bar-keeper, h. Prospect Place 
Bbsworth H. E. associate editor " Alta Cali- 
fornia" 
Bosworth 0. F. saloon rear City Hall 
Bosworth J. H. com. mer., 101 Front, h. 
Powell between Washington and Clay 
Bosworth T. S. com. editor " Eve. Picayuue" 

123 Sacramento 
Boswell John, boiler maker, Union Iron Wks. 
Bosle Joseph, shoe store, cor. Jack, and K^ar, 
Bosson J. box-maker, 87 Pine 
Bossange L. mdse. jobber, 89 Battery 
Bosqui Edward, book-keeper, at Palmer, 

Cook & Co.'s 
Bosquet Andrew, engineer, Excelsior Mills 
Bosler John, saddler, 98 Sansome 
Bostwick Henry A. tinner, 208 Montg'y 
Bosley Mrs. A. E. (widow) h. 184 Kearny 
Boscowitz Leopold, at Langerman k Co.'s 

182 Montgomery 
Botta D. crockery, cor Dupout and Pacific 
Botts &. Emmet, attorneys, office Jas. King 

of Wm.'s banking house, 2d floor 
Botts C. T. att'y, office James King of Wm's 
banking house, 2d floor, h. 258 Stockton 
Bothwell Wm. assistant store-keeper Custom 

House 
Bouerye F. F. brickmaker, X. E. cor Green- 
wich and Mason 
Bourdeu John, wagon-maker, 300 Stockton 
Bourne G. M. if. d. office 205 Clay, 2d floor 
Bourne Elisha W. at Adams k Co.'s Express 
Bourne Russell, wholesale grocer. 77 Davis 
Bourne J. B. wholesale grocer, 77 Davis 
Bourn Ben. cook, Gilson's Hotel, cor Davis 

and Oregon 
Bourn W. B. rooms Bay S. House, 68 Front 
Bouwman B. h. cor Trinity and Sutter 
Boulden W. S. & Co. auction and com., 97 

California 
Boulden G. T. auct. and com., 97 California 
Bouquet Jules, grocer, 313 Dupont 
Bourdin Bros. & Co. imp, dry goods, 142 Sac. 
Bourquin f Chas. dentist, 156 Commercial 
Bouchard H. coffee house. Clay-st. Wharf 
Bourasso Fran'co L. clerk, cor. San. and Bush 
Boudinon S. saloon, 67 California 
Bovee Wm. H. coffee and spice mills, 116 and 
118 Broadway, h. Yallejo between Stock- 
ton and Powell 
Bovee Wm. H. & Co. coffee and spice mills, 

office 123 Sansome 
Bovyer Wm. L. sash and blind maker, 20 Cal. 
Bowen Henry F. real estate broker, h. 131 
Dupont 



Rowea Henry, boarding house, 163 Cal. 

Bowen John D. clerk, 131 Dupont 

Bowers k Brandow, prop. Bay S. House, 68 

Front 
Bowers John B. prop. B. S. House, 68 Front 
Bowers J. W. machinist, Vulcan Iron Works 
Bowers J. lodging house, 68 Front 2d floor 
Bowie A. J., m. d. office and house 183 Dup't 
Bowie Hamilton, city treasurer, 122 C. Hall 
Bowlas Henry, porter, 135 Sacramento. 
Bowman S. T. B., Empire livery stables, 131 

and 133 Kearny 
Bowman S. M. att'y." 104 Montg'y, 2d floor, 

h. X. side Broadway, 2 doors E. Mongt'y 
Bowman J. Soiile, att'y, 104 Montg'y, 2d floor 

h. X. side Broad'y, '1 doors E. of Montg'y 
Bowman Alexander, inspector Custom House 
Eowman A. D. W. C, inspector Custom 

Hou-c boards Mercantile Hotel. 
Bowdoin J. boiler-maker, Yulcanlfoo Wks 
Boyd D. P., laborer, boards 19(3 Pacific 
Boyd & Co. Hat Emporium, 150 and 152 

Commercial 
Boyd Oscar H. hatter, 150 and 152 Comm'l 
Bovd Thomas, confectioner, 180 Clay, boards 

129>£ Jackson 
Boyd Thomas, architect, Markwald & \'as- 

pari's building. 2d floor 
Boyd Alex, lumber yard, Cal. Wharf, h. Ste- 
venson, near First 
Boyd Robert, carpenter, h. Stev. near First 
Boyd James, pattern maker, Union Iron Wks 
Boyd James, liquors, 44 Clay 
Boyd J. T. att'y, 1, 2 and 3 Montg'y block, 

h. cor Sacramento and Sansome 
Boyle Geo. laborer, boards 13 Ohio 
Boyle A. A. boots and shoes, 64 Sacramento 
Boyle Charles, apprentice Union Iron Works 
Boyce John, helper Union Iron Works 
Boyer Henry, porter at Shaw & Hale's, cor. 

Battery and Union 
Boyntou Paul, h. X. side Sutter, between 

Kearny and Dupont 
Boynton David, h. cor Second and Minna 
Boynton J. H. firm of Bond & Co., Jenny 

Lind Bakery, cor Stockton and Vallejo 
Brady Thomas, Jones X. of Chestnut 
Brady Hugh, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
Brady John B. boards Portsmouth House 
Brady John, laborer, h. N. E. cor Minna and 

Jessie 
Brady Lewis, office 4 Phoenix Block 
Brady Wm. boarding house, 44 First 
Brady Francis E. manager Merchants' Ex 
Brady John, boiler maker, Union Iron W 
Brady Xicholas, saloon, Washington, belo 

Davis 

Brackett J. B. carpenter, 331 Stockton 
Brackett Bruce, boards 331 Stockton 
Brackett X. carpenter, 248 Dupont 
Brackett Wm. dealer in meats and groceries, 

Sacramento-street wharf, cor. Drum 
Brackett Xathaniel, millwright, h. Dupont, 

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Jrickett John, millwright, h. Stockton, op- 

posite Clarendon Hotel 
Irandow Willard A. proprietor Bay State 

House, 68 Front 
Irands James, moulder, Sutter Iron "Works 
iranda A. F. at Macondray A- Co.'a 
Irttndstetter Geo. J. barber. 63 Pacific 
iraverman L. manuf. of jewelry, 167 "Wash, 
iraslor Henry, dry goods, 259 Dupout 
irayden Israel, h. Lal'aycttte, between Green 

and Union 
Iraden J. L.. m. d. cor. Oregon and Davis 
3ray John G. com. mer. 40 Clay 
3raue Carl, grocer, op. Chase ft Co.'s soda 

factory 
3ranger G*. Franklin Restaurant, 205 Wash- 
ington 
Bradford B. F. surveyor, boards 196 Pacific 
Bradford Thus G. clerk. 146 "Washington 
3radford G. B. lumber yard, 56 First, h. Te- 
hama, near Second 
3radley J. A. cigar store, 203 "Washington 
Bradley A. O..M. d. offiice 197 Clay. 2d floor 
iradlev H. \Y. dasruerriau artist, 197 Clay, 

2d floor 
3radly John, clothing 11 Commercial 
Bragg, Conley A Co., com. mer., 95 Front 
Bragg Geo. F. com. mer., 95 Front 
Bragg Robt. pattern maker, Sutter Iron 

Works. 
BrannifF John, contractor, h. Grant place, 

near Kearny 
Srannifif Thomas, mason, h. Grant place, near 

Kearny 
3raunill' John, carman, h. Grant place, near 

Kearny 
3rainerd Clinton, jeweller, h. 37 Montgomery 
Brainard C. P. clerk. Montgomery block 
Braiuard C. Frederick, at Adams A Co.'s 

Express. Stockton department 
3rannan Thomas, port warden, h. Minna, bet. 

Jane and Second 
Brannan Samuel, merchant, 6 and 7 Masonic 

Hall, boards at Oriental 
3rannau John, clerk, 6 and 7 Masonic Hall, 

h. Howard, between Third and Fourth 
Brannan Martin, laborer, 95 Pine 
3raton C. Canton Hotel, 168 California 
pranshied W. boots and shoes, 178^ Clay 
praukiu"Michael, clerk 
Branch Wm. baker, Jenny Lind Bakery, cor. 

Stockton and Vallejo 
Branch Pilot Office, 2Ki Commercial, 2d floor 
Brasted John, carman, 143 Front 
Brantford T. carpenter, 81 Jackson 
pradshaw Samuel C. wholesale grocer, corner 

Battery and California 
Braman Henry, boarding house, 46 Sac'm'to 
Brazil John, cook, Gilson's Hotel, cor. Davis 

and Oregon 
Breal August, butcher, Hamburg Market, 

183 Pacific 
Breeden, J. H. grocer. 205 Clay, h. Stockton 

4 doors X. of Bush 



Bresney John, blacksmith, boards cor. Pine 
and Kearny 

Bresney J. tinner, boards corner Pine and 

Kearny 
Brenster Benjamin, clothing, 83 California 

cor Merchant 
Brewster R. E. A Co. com. mer., 109 Battery 
Brewster Benjamin, firm Jennings ft Brewster. 

72 Battery 
Brewer Porter, blacksmith, 16 Sacramento 
Brewer E. clerk, 32 Clay 
Breekwedel Henry, grocer, 55 Broadway 
Brenneu H. Oriental bakery, Montgomery 

near Broadway 
Brenuan James, boards 321 Powell 
Brennan A Co. produce com. mer. 24 Clay 
Brennan James, produce com. mer. 24 Clay 
Brennan Thomas W. port warden, corner 

Drum and Clay, 2d floor 
Breeze Ths. book-keeper, at Eug. Kelly &, Cos 
Brenham C. J. (firm Sanders A Brenham,) 

bankers, 129 Montgomery 
Brenan James, cutter. 191 Clay 
Brenan J. T. lumber merchant, 18 Battery, h. 

Clementine 
Bremner Joseph, saloon, 76 Sacramento 
Breed Edward A. clerk, 38 Commercial 
Breed Henry A. merchant, 105 Front, 2d floor 
Breed M. A. & Co. druggists, Davis, near 

Jackson 
Brendliuger A Kurtz, tobacco and cigars, 63 

Commercial 
Brendliuger Hiram J. tobacco and cigars, 63 

Commercial 
Brett Francis A. porter, corner Battery aud 

Halleck 
Bretta Peter, machinist, Union Iron "Works 
Breevoort Robert N. laborer, h. corner Ste- 
venson and First, 2d floor 
Bright Robt. fireman, h. S. side Pacific above 

Stockton 
Briggs Thomas, butcher shop and h. corner 

Washington and Stockton 
Briggs J. O. city crockery store, 147 Montg'y 
Briggs A Waters, cigars, California, between 

Sansome and Battery 
Briggs Edgar, cigars, California, betweed 

Sansome aud Battery 
Briggs ft Bfownell, stall 8 U. S, Market 
Briggs J. saloon cor Clay aud Montg'y bas't. 
Briggs Albert K. foreman. 95 Piue 
Briggs Rev. M. O. pastor of Methodist Epis- 
copal church, h Powel near "Washington 
Briggs A Landers, saloon, cor. Sansomeand 

Wa-hiugton 
Briggs John, saloon, corner Sansome and 

AYashington 
Bridge Samuel J. appraiser general, apprai- 
ser's office 
Bridge Mathew, masou, h. Prospect place 
Bridges "Wm. E. carmau. city mills, 25 First 
Britnell John, boarding house, 36 Sansome 
Briel Jacob, butcher, boards corner Sutter 

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Bringhurst Henry, clerk, 48 Front 
Bringhurst W. A. grocer, h. and store 210 

Pacific 
Brickwedel H grocer, 232 Clay, h. corner 

Broadway and Ohio 
Brink Charles W. si. d. off. and k. 25G Wash- 
ington 
Brinley Chali s H. clerk at Shaw & Hale's, 

corner Battery and Union 
Brigmardelli S. crockery, 191 Pacific 
Briusmade A. A. clerk County Recorder's 

Office, City Hall, h. 7 Prospect place 
Briusmade P. A. agent for claims against U. 
S. Government, and conveyancer, 148 
Montgomery, h. cor. Dupont and Clay 
Brisk Simon, clothing, 87 Kearney 
Bristol J . J. attorney, 24,25 and 26 Mont- 
gomery block, h. corner Clay and Taylor 
Brigham C. vegetables, 104 Commercial, 

boards Franklin house 
Brigham D. mer. 4 Masonic Hall, h. Minna 

between First and Eddy 
Brigham S. 0. & Co. machine sewing, 30 

Battery 
Brierly Frank, engineer, 149 Battery 
Brierly Rev. B. p ;stor of First Baptist 
Church, h. Jackson 3 doors from Powell 
Brinkerkoff J. jr. clothing. 195 Sansome 
Brittan J. W. com. and hardware, 58 and 60 

Sacramento 
Britton & Rey, lithographers, cor. Montgom- 
ery and Commercial, 3d floor 
Britton Jos. lithographers, cor. Montgomery 

and Commercial, 3d floor 
Brindall William, stone mason, h. Jessie near 

Ecker 
Briceland Isaac N. mer. 106 Montgomery 
Broadhead Robert, carpenter, k. Filbert near 

Stockton 
Broadhead Frank, clerk appraiser's office, 

boards Wilson's Exchange 
Browned N T. boarding house, corner Mason 

and Greenwich 
Browned Richard S. clerk, 93 Front 
Browne Spencer, carman, 81 California 
Brown Paul, laborer U. S. Marine Hospital 
Brown Abram, tinner, 351 Stockton 
Brown John, carpenter, h. 103 Broadway 
Brown E. carpenter, boards 280 Jackson 
Brown Edmand, cabinet maker, 181 Stockton, 

basement 
Brown Lewis, saloon, 242 Pacific 
Brown & Co. night workers, Montgomery 2 

doors a'»ove Pacific 
Brown Jesse, night worker, Montgomery 2 

doors above Pacific 
Brown Lewis, miller, boards 248 Dupont 
Brown Edmond, cabinet maker, 202 Clay 
Brown J. carpenter, 201 Cal. h. 136 Dupont 
Brown George, tailor, 79 Kearny 
Brown S. O. imp of Havana cigars, Mer- 
chant, below Montgomery 
Brown William, carriage maker, Summer 
Brown Phillip, cabinet maker, 145 Sac. 



Brown Harvey S. attorney, off. 6 Well's bdg. 
Brown & Keyes, wholesale and retail clothing 

178 Clay 
Brown J. H. wholesale and retail clothing, 

178 Clay, h. Green between Stockton 

and Powell 
Brown Jos. M. & Co. impra. of hardware and 

agricultural implements 81 California 
Brown Thomas, clerk, 81 California 
Brown J. B. superintendent Reed's City Dig* 

patch Post 
Brown James A 115 Battery 
Brown William' porter, 166 Sansome 
Brown Thomas, laborer, boards 13 Ohio 
Brown Charles, boarding house, 44 Sac. 
Brown Capt. Henry S. wharfinger, Clay st. 

wharf 
Brown A. tailor. Jackson below Davis 
Brown Mrs Susan N. saloon 90 Montg'y 
Brown Sabin, wood yard, Laura place 
Brown William, trader, h. 82 Sansome 
Brown Irason, carpenter, 59 Pine 
Brown A. H. painter, 45 Battery 
Brown Peter, miller at Kclipse mills 
Brown Robert, miller at Eclipse mills 
Brown William, clerk. 184 Montgomery 
Brown N. S. liim Lewis Teal & Co. 130 

Washington 
Brown John S. mason, boards 147 Sansome 
Brown Robert, miller, boards 147 Sansome 
Brown J. R. clerk. 80 Clay 
Brown Delos W. com. mer. 89 Clay 
Brown Charle*, porter, 85 Clay 
Brown Alonzo F. imp. of beads, 100 Battery 
Brown Dewit C firm Lowe, Ebbets & Co. 60 fl 

California 2d floor, h. Jackson above |j 

Powell 
Brown W. clerk, 74 California 
Brown H. E. clerk, cor. Front and Sac. 
Brown 1). G clerk, cor. Front and Sac. 
Brown Peter W. clerk, 51 Sacrameuto 
Brown John M. machinist, Alta Foundry 
Brown Harry, seaman, boards 20 Stevenson 
Brown John, seaman, boards 20 Stevenson 
Brown Charles, seaman, boards 20 Stevenson I 
Brown Brown, jour, carpenter, h. Jessie near | 

First [World market 

Brown & Co. butchers, stalls 14 and 16 New 
Brown F. S. butcher, stalls 14 and 16 New 

World market, h. Union near Powel 
Brown Seth, clerk, 72 Market 
Brown S. A. miller, city mills, 25 First 
Brown O. millwright, city mills, 25 First 
Brown R. K. editor "Evening Journal" 122 

Commercial 
Brown Brothers & Co. real estate and stock 

agency, 134 Montgomery, 2d flour 
Brown Ezekial real estate and stock agency 

134 Montgomery -2(j, floor, h. Fremont, 

near Kolsom 
Brown W. E. real estate and stock agency, 

134 Montgomery, 2d floor 
Brown John G. com. mer. 104 Montgomery, 

3d floor 



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Brown Augustas B. com. mer. 104 Mont- 
gomery. 3d floor 
Brown Henry, porter. 21 Sacramento 
Brown Samuel C. clerk, 54 and 50 Front 2d 

floor 
Brown Nicholas, bar-keeper, 11 California 
Brown Nathaniel, snipping agent and broker, 

52 California 2d floor 
Brown Edward E. com. mer. 52 Front, h. 

Green near Stockton 
Brown W. FJ. comedian, American Theatre 
Brown Frederick T. porter, 107 Clay 
Brown A. porter at Shaw and Hale's, corner 

Battery and Union 
Brown George, porter, 199 Front 
Brown George, proprietor Mercantile Hotel, 

159 and 161 Front 
Brown Benjamin, clerk, Mercantile Hotel, 159 

and 161 Front 
Brown Benjamin, toll-keeper 2d gate Mission 

road 
Brown Geofge, bin* -keeper Union Race 

Course, Mission Dolores 
Brooks Geo. carpenter, h. Sac. above Buena 

Vista 
Brooks Aaron, sash and blind manufacturer, 

137 Pine 
Brooks H. W, clerk, 137 Montgomery 
Brooks, Martin & McCrachan, attorneys, 

office Phoenix block, 174 Clay 
Brooks & Root, stoves, tin aud sheet iron,160 

and 162 Battery 
Brooks J .W, stoves, tin and sheet iron, 160 

and 162 Battery 
Brooks Wm, saloon, 83 Davis 
Brooks Frank, p n-ter, 64 Sacramento 
Brooks Alphonzo, real estate agent, N. E. 

corner Clay and Montgomery 
Brooks Robert C. ship carpenter, boards 40 

First 
Brooks David, painter, boards 40 First 
Brook James, clerk, boards 40 First 
Brooks & Co. com. mer. 39 Sac. 2d floor 
Brooks J. M. com. mer. 39 Sac. 2d floor, bds. 

Jones' Hotel 
Brooks D. C, produce com. mer., 24 Davis 
Brooks Tay & Co., com. mer., 52 Front, h. 

Green near Stockton 
Brooks Wm. S. laborer, appraiser's office 
Brooks S., carpenter, boards Franklin Hotel 
Brooks B. S., attorney, 1 Montgomery, 2d 

floor, h. corner California and Powell 
Brooks Edwin L. B., attorney, 48 Montgomery 

block, 3d floor 
Brownlie James, liquors, 87 Davis 
BrownjohnThos. T., book-keeper, 93 Batt'y. 
Brokaw James P., carpenter at Clark & 

Watts, h. corner Market and First 
Broadley Allen, tiuner, 190 Kearney base- 
ment 
Brodnitz & Co., clothing, 45 Pacific 
Broderson B. com. mer., 173 Sansome, 2d fl. 
Browe Joseph, brass finisher, 137 Jackson 
Browning Jacob, carman, boards 147 Sansome 



Brow P. T. cashier at Sanders <fe Bronham s 
Brosman C. M. attorney, Parson's building 

BriHxlv Win. moulder, Alta Foundry 
Brodie Samuel II. attorney, 142 -Montgomery, 

corner Clay, second floor 
Brodie James, foreman of Union Iron Works 
Brower B. machinist, Sutter Iron Works 
Brower A. C. foreman Sutter Iron Works 
Bronx Chas. conveyancer, 118 Montgomery, 
second floor, h. Bush, bet. Montgomery 
and Kearny 
Brogan James, blacksmith, 38 Webb 
Brogan Patrick, porter, 80 Clay 
Brogan Antonio, port' r, 145 and 147 Clay 
Broderick D. C. office and residence Union 

Hotel 
Brunt Wm. X. butcher, shop and h. south- 
west corner Powell and Pacific 
Bruning Joseph, grocer, opposite Chase & 

Cos Soda Factory 
Bruns C. M. d. drug store, 177 Pacific 
Bruns H. commission mer. Clay, bet. Drum 

and East 
Brunner & Bros, jewellers, 130 Montgomery 
Brunner L. jeweller, 130 Montgomery 
Brunner P. jeweller, 130 Montgomery 
Bruce S. C. real estate office, Howard's b'd'g. 

2d floor 
Bruce James, machinist, Union Iron Works 
Bruce J. J. A. book-keeper, Oriental Hotel 
Brush Jesse, attorney, 90 Merchant ■ 

Bruguiere L. G. merchant, 177 Sansome 
Brunkhorst John, watchman, 119 Sacramento 
Brunjis Henry, box maker, 87 Pine 
Bryant Thos/H. tinner, h. 290 Pacific 
Bryant Andrew S. express wagon, h. Minna 
Bryant Andrew, carman, 100 Sansome 
Bryant G. W. furniture and bedding, 180 
Jackson, h. Powell, 2 d. fm Washing'n 
Bryant & King, Empire Furniture Rooms, 

180 Jackson 
Bryant & Co agricultural hardware, corner 

Sacramento and Front 
Bryant W. F. agricultural hardware, corner 

Sacramento and Front, boards Orieutal 
Bryant N. 11. porter, 35 Battery 
B.want A. cigars, 86 Commercial 
Bryant J. J. clerk, custom-house, house 113 

Broadway 
Bryant Alexander II. clerk, 125 California, 

h. corner Jackson aud Front 
Bryant Henry, proprietor Half-way House, 

Mission road 
Bryan Benj. S. Knickerbocker, 2 Commercial 
Bryan Marshall, clerk, custom-house, house 

Powell, b. Clay and Washington 
Bryan James, porter, Bank Exchange, Mont- 
gomery Block. 
Bryarly Wake, m. d. off. and h. 183 Dupont 
Bryson Wm. boiler maker, h. Jessie, near 1st 
Bryson J. firm W. F. Melvin & Co. 4 Com'l 
Bucbelew A. S. watchmaker, 212 Dupont 
Buckelew M. S. grocer, 205 Clay, h. Stock- 
ton, 4 doors north of Bush 



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Buckelew, Geo. I. gilder, 5 iron building, op- 
posite Tehama House, Sansome 
Back Gr. X. clerk. 150 Commercial 
Buck George, hatter. 14f» Clay, h. 56 Miifna 
Buck Benjamin, cook, 22 California 
Buckley Edward P. deputy city tax collector 
Buckley John P. paints, oils, .fee. cor. Battery 

and Halleck 
Buckley Edward, mason, boards 68 Mont y. 
Buckley P. saloon, 118 Pacific 
Buchanan James, bar-keeper, 35 Davis 
Buchanan Thomas E. clerk, custom-bouse 
Buckingham Chas. E. merchant, 104 Mont- 
gomery, 3d floor 
Bucknam Prank, wholesale and retail stores, 

16 I 'avis 
Budd Henry, steward, 196 Pacific 
Buel Frederick, agent American Bible So- 
ciety, h. 376 Stockton 
Buehler Win. butcher, Franklin market, y9 

Bush 
Buffum E. G. associate editor Alta California 
Bugles Geo. H. gunsmith, 70 Front 
Bugbee Wni. H. jour printer, San Francisco 

" Herald," 120 Montgomery 
Bullis R. wood and coal yard, 107 Broadway 
Bullock Frank, clerk, 151 Montgomery 
Bullock Ezekiel, turner, Alta Foundry 
Bulehr A. & Co. clothing, 194 Kearny 
Bullard Lamau, carpenter, boards Beale, near 
^ Folsom 

Bullard Lewis, engineer, 21 California 
Bullard C. B. commission merchant, 115 

(.'lay. h. Given, above Powell 
Bumm Geo. h. Pine, between Kearny and 

Montgomery 
Bunker Albert C. boarding house, 216 Sac. 
Bunker Rowland, printer 
Bunker, Calott <fe Co. shipping and commis- 
sion merchants, 17 Davis, cor. Oregon 
Bunker H. S ship, and com mer 17 Davis, 

cor Oregon 
Bunting Win carpenter, h 147 Clay 
Buuce Wm clerk, 60 Frout 
Bunnell E F storekeeper's clerk, Custom II 
Burke Mrs. (widow,) h. Jones b. Filbert and 

Greenwich 
Burke Michael, turner, Vallejo, between Du- 

pontand Stockton 
Burke Thomas, carpenter, h. Hinckle 
Burke John, sheet iron worker, U. I. Works 
Burke John If. >r. d. 75 Davis, h. 2 Virginia 
Burke J. M. stencil plate cutter, 75 Davis 
Burr, Mattoon B Co. wholesale grocers. 54 

and 56 Front 
Burr E. W. wholesale groc. 54 and 56 Front 
Burdett Reuben, waterman. 330 Powell 
Burger James M. fruit, Kearny, near Cornm'l 
Burgess J. B. steward Alden's Branch 
Bums Capt. Aaron, steamship Columbia, h. 

322 Powell 
Burns James, boatman, boards 196 Pacific 
Burns Wilson C. coffee saloon, 46 Comni'l 
Burns H. mer. 30 Batterv. 2d floor 



Burns Thos. laborer, h. Jessie near First 
Burns John, agent Abernethy, Clark & Co., 

Stewart 
Burns Charles, steward Merchants' Exchange 
Burns Patrick, blacksmith Laura place, 
Burns John, saloon 155 Front 
Burckes H. W. carpenter, s. and h. 237 Kear. 
Burckes Lewis A. builder, h. Geary, 1 door 

from Kearny 
Burdell Galen, dentist. 205 Clay, 2d floor 
Burton Henry, laborer. 131 Kearny 
Burton <fe McCarty, merchant, 43 California 
Burton Charles H merchant, 43 California 
Burton Joseph, clerk, Custom House 
Burton, James, carman, h 161 First 
Burroughs Charles H. bar-keeper at Nicker- 

son & Lovett's 
Burrows Silas E $ Sons, Commercial, house 

6 Davis, 2d floor 
Burrows Silas E jr, Commercial House § 

Davis. 2d floor 
Burrows Ogden Hoffman, Commercial House 

cor Francisco and Powell 
Burritt S L Eas^le Brewerv, 136 Pine 
Burritt Judge S. L, att'y, 134 Montg'y, 2d 

floor, h. N. VV. cor. Stockton and Sutter 
Burrill Andrew, usher S. F. Theatre, h. Val- 

lejo, above Stockton 
Burbank. J. W. L. millwright, h. 361 Clay 
Burscough H. boarding house, 159 California 
Burdick Daniel, engineer, Harrison Mills 
Burdick Edward F. at Xewhall <fc Gregory's 
Burdan John H. carman, 126 Front 
Burhans VV.D. carman. 4 Maynard's Row. 
Burgoyne & Co., bankers, cor. Montgomery 

and Washington 
Borgia C. jeweller. 3 Maiden lane 
Burchard T. clerk, 146 Battery 
Burckhead Wm. N. foreman " S. F. Herald," 

120 Montgomery 
Burchardz C. machinist, Vulcan Iron Works 
Burnat C. coppersmith, boards 147 Sansome 
Burnham Jas. W. machine sewer, Pine, near 

Kearny, h. 2 Trainer's Row, 2d floor 
Burnham Miss. S. E. machine sewing, Fiue, 

near Kearny, h. 2 Trainer's Row, 2d fl'r 
Burnham James, ranchero, h. 6 Trainer's 

Row. 2d floor 
Burnham T. D. Jackson-st. Market, Jackson, 

near East 
Burnham S. P. boarding house, Clay, below 

Drum 
Burnham Simon P. sea captain, h. Clay-st. 

wharf 
Burnham Mrs. Susan, boardiDg house, Clay 

street wharf 
Burling & Hill, com. mer. 64 Battery, 2d fl'r 
Burling Wm. com. mer. 64 Battery, 2d floor 
Burlingarae A. L. 161 Battory 
Burpitt Samuel C. book-keeper, 87 Clay, 2d 

floor 
Bush John, carpenter, h. Green, bet. Kearny 

and Dupont 
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Bush Henry, com. merchant and dealer in 

flour, 6:1 and 67 Clay, h. 36 Pike 
Bush D. clerk, 65 and 67 Clay 
Bush A. clerk, 65 and 67 Clay 
Busctz E. pattern maker, Vulcan Iron W'ka 
Butter J. E. carpenter, h. Commercial, be- 
tween Powell and Taylor 
Butters James A. bookkeeper, 58 and 60 

Sacramento 
Butenut F. saloon, 97 Sacramento. 
Butenop H. grocer, 198 Pacific 
Buttunut F. proprietor Bell Rock House, 97 

Pacific 
Butler J. H. clerk at J. A. McCrea & Co.'s 
' Butler Capt. contractor, boards 147 Sansome 
Butler D. H. porter, cor. California and Front 
Butler B. F. bookseller and stationer, 110 
and 112 Montgomery, h. 86 Broadway 
Butler E. J. clerk, 110 and 112 Montgomery 
Butler George, bar-keeper, 35 Leidsdorff 
Butler James, messenger, U. S. Surveyor- 
General's office 
Butler M. D. clerk, 180 Montgomery 
Butts Geo. contractor, h. Jessie, near Ecker 
Butch Michael, scullion at Alden's Branch 
Batcher Robert, bar-keeper, Bank Exchange, 

Mougtomery block. 
Byers John, tinner, 111 Sacramento 
Byers John, mason, boards National Hotel 
Byrnes Garret J. clerk, 173 Clay 
Byrnes Patrick, bottler, 61 Broadway 
Byrnes Jas. saloon cor. California and San. 
Byrne Henry H. district attorney, City Hall 
Byrne J. saloon, 59 Broadway 
Byrne James, porter houses 57 Halleck and 

cor. California and Sansome 
Byfne Thos. com. mer. 64 Front, 2d floor 
Byrne Wm. C. h. Clay bet. Mason and Tay. 
Byrne L. M. grocer, 6 Trainer's Row 
Byrne E. money and stock broker. 86 Kearny 
Byxbee Robt. G. clerk, Jackson, below Davis 

Cabaxiss J C. Arcade Saloon, 175 Clay and 

158 Commercial 
Cabot Charles, store-ship "Alfred," op. Green 
Cable & Gilman, shipping masters, cor. Sac- 
ramento and Davis, 2d floor 
Cable L. A. shipping master, cor. Sacramen- 
to and Davis, 2d floor 
Cady D. W. at Hazen & Horlow's, 75 Bat- 
tery 
Caduc Philip, Stevedore, 27 Davis 
Cadon Thomas, clothing, 107 Clay, boards at 

Wilson's Exchage 
Cafer C. W. cabinet-maker, 159 Sacramento 
Cahill Matthew, porter, 146 Washington 
Cahill Edward, merchant, 44 Clay 
Caire & Long, hardware, 142 Washington 
Caire S. hardware, 142 Washington 
Cain James, groom, 156 Pacific 
Calkins D. S. millwright, boards cor. Powell 

and Filbert 
Calkins W. P. fruit store, 200 Clay 
Calkins R. R. clerk, boards 89 Pacific 



Calderwood David, h. Buena Vista, near Cal. 
Call Wm. N. h. corner Mission and Second 
Callan Thos. firm of Rice & Callan, saloon, 

78 Davis 
Caliban John, laborer, 200 Pacific 
Callihan John, porter, City Hall 
Callaghan D. J. O. produce, 27 Davis 
Callet S. C. Market st. stores, cor. Market and 

Fremont 
Caler Otmar, City Hall 
Calif J. S. m. d. 34 Sansome, h. Post, 2 doors 

west of Stockton 
Calisch & Newman, clothing, 3 Commercial 
Calhoun Wm. machinist, boards 147 Sansome 
Calhoun & Blanding, attorneys, Parson's b'dg. 

Clay 
Calhoun James E. attorney, Parson's b'd'g. 
Caldwell Wm. hardware, 32 Commercial 
Caldwell Wm. machinist, Union Iron Works 
Caldwell Benjamin H. Saucelito Laundry, 

corner Washington and Drum 
Calott Oliver S. shipping and com. merchant, 

17 Davis, h. Minna, near Second 
California Steam Mills, 100 Pine 
California State Telegraph Office, 159 Clay, 

1 door above Montgomery 
Campbell E. h. 319 Powell 
Campbell, Taylor & Beckh, attorneys, office 8 

and 9 Wells' building 
Campbell Alex, att'y, off. 8 and 9 Wells' b'd'g. 
Campbell Isaac T. apothecary at O'Brien &- 

Rein's 
Campbell Alex, porter, 64 Battery 
Campbell George, com. mer. 74 Battery, cor. 

Sacramento 
Campbell James, porter, 74 Battery 
Campbell Thos. saloon, Stevenson, near Ecker 
Campbell & Co. shipping masters and brokers, 

17 Commercial, 2d floor 
Campbell Colin, shipping master and broker, 

17 Commercial, 2d floor 
Campbell & Hansbrough, produce com. mer. 

28 Clay 
Campbell Chas. produce com. mer. 28 Clay 
Campbell & Joyce, Metropolitan Saloon, cor. 

Montgomery and Bush 
Campbell Wm. T. Metropolitan Saloon, cor. 

Montgomery and Bush 
Campbell John, clothing jobber, 96 Sansome, 

2d floor 
Campbell Thompson, Board IT. S. Land Com. 
148 California, h. cor Union and Kearny 
Campbell Eugene, comedian, Amer. Theatre 
Campbell P. watchman, custom-house 
Campbell D. S. horse trainer, h. Mission road 
Campbell John, cook at Alden's Branch 
Camden R. L. M. book-keeper, corner Front 

and Sacramento 
Camp Herman, firm Fitch & Co, Happy Val- 
ley Mills, cor. First and Melius 
Camp Joseph J. boards at Hillman's Temper- 
ance House, Davis 
Cameron Jas. baker, Ecker, near Mission 
Cameron D. boiler maker, Sutter Iron Worka 



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Cameron Caleb, clerk, 105 and 107 Clay 
Camraet John, real estate, h. Third, near Mis- 
sion 
Camack Joseph, hardware, 1 09 Sacramento 
Camnell Thos. laborer, 160 Battery 
Cantz Thomas, confectioner, 33 Montgomery. 
Canton Tea Co. 118 and 120 Kearny and 171 

California 
Cannon A. Barnum House, 151 and 153 Com. 
Cannon E. E. com. iner. 82 Clay 
Canfield R. J. imp'r. and jobber, 88 Davis 
Canfield J. G. store-keeper's clerk, custom- 
house 
Cant Wm. carman, 44 Battery 
Cany E. north-east cor. California and Leids- 

dorff, h. Mission, bet. First and Second 
Canney Patrick, weigher and measurer, cus- 
tom-house, h. 13 Pike 
Capprise Joseph, builder, shop Brenham place 
Capron Edmund, carman, 110 Kearny 
Caper C. W. cabinet maker, 159 Sacramento 
Carsley Robt. boards Franklin Hotel 
Cardon P. S. grocer, corner Greenwich and 

Mason 
Card Wm. M. police, h. north side Card alley 
Card T. M. h. Card alley 
Carrigan S. carpenter, h. 140 Broadway 
Carter "Wm. laundry. Broadway, near Mason 
Carter Robt. tinner, h. Wetmore place 
Carter John P. crockery, 119 Sansome 
Carter Frederick, clerk, 119 Sansome 
Carter Chas. D. real estate ag'tand N. P. 105 
Montgomery, h. Vallejo, bet. Stockton 
and Powell 
Carter Jos. O. clerk for J. B. M. Crooks 
Carter John M. baker, h. Stevenson, near 

Second 
Carter Henry, laborer, 25 First 
Carter Wm. H. inspector, custom-house 
Carter Win. jour, painter, cor. Sansome and 

Washington 
Carter Jno. old junk store, Vallejo, near Front 
Carpenter, M. B. firm of J. Y. Hallock & Co. 

97 and 99 Sansome 
Carpenter E. R. att'y, 90 Merchant, 2d floor 
Carpenter Wm. M. com. iner. 84 and 86 Sac'o. 
Carpenter J. W. jour, printer, "News" office, 

35 Commercial 
Carpenter Edw. C. police officer, h. Mission 

Dolores 
Carpenter & Frauds, proprietors U. S. Ho- 
tel, 66 Pacific 
Carpenter N. T. proprietor U. S. Hotel 66 

Pacific 
Carlton Henry, jr. com. mer. cor. California 

and Front, h. 58 California 
Carlton D. L. & Co. First st. market, cor. 

Melius and First 
Carlton D. L. First st. market, corner Melius 

and First, h. 8 Melius 
Carlton H. P. teacher, h. north side Green, 

5th door above Powell 
Carrison Henry, furniture and bedding 153 
Sacramento 



Carrison Mrs. Henry, fancy goods, 153}£ 

Sacramento 
Carrierra H. Polka Saloon, 161 Commercial 
Cardozo I. N. attorney, off. Argenti's b'd'g, 

3d floor 
Card well George, Arcade Saloon, 175 Clay 
Gary S. D. miller, Happy Valley Mills, cor. 

First and Melius 
Cary Thomas G jr. firm Macondray & Co. 54 

and 56 Sansome 
Cary Dennis, warehouseman, Flint's wharf 
Cary James C. att'y. 13 and 14 Montgomery 

Block, h Clementine, bet. First and Sec- 
ond 
Carl Charles, clerk, 168 Montgomery 
Carl Brother, clothing, 41 Commercial 
Oarswell Mrs. Ellen, (widow.) boarding house, 

Sansome, bet. Bush and Sutter 
Cartwright Thomas, clerk, 47 and 49 Gal'a. 
Carwright Thomas, 114 Broadway 
Caro Julius, clothing, cor. Front and Pacific 
Caro J. clothing, 258 Dupont 
Caro J. clothing, 30 Davis 
Carro Trinidad, h. Stevenson, near Third 
Carroll William, hackman, 166 Commercial 
Carroll Thomas, pedlar, h. Mary's lane 
Carroll A. machinist, 137 Pine 
Carroll Thos. W. billiard saloon, 155 Comm'l. 
Carroll M. saloon, 171 Pacific 
Carroll John, feed store, 135 Mission 
Carothers, Anderson & Go. bankers, 118 

Montgomery 
Carothers Jesse, banker, 118 Montgomery, h. 

cor. Clay and Powell 
Carrington C. h. Milton place, Bush 
Oarrington & Jeffrey, storage and com. 156 

Battery 
Carrington H. storage and com. 156 Battery 
Carrington F. A. boards 26 Montgomery 
Caryl Wm. B. livery stables, cor. Bush and 

Kearny 
Caryl Willard B. livery stables, cor. Bush and 

Kearny 
Caryl & Elliott's livery and sale stables, Ste- 
venson, near First 
Caryl B. W. livery and sale stables, Steven- 
son, near First 
Carr J. H. millwright, bds. Franklin House 
Carr Frederick, laborer, 32 Clay 
< 'arson W. II. carpenter , bds. 29 Leidsdorff 
Caruagan Michael carman, boards 196 Pacific 
Carman & McCay, ship and custom-house 

brokers, cor. Sac'o. and Batt'y. 2d floor 
Carman B. ship and custom-house broker, 

cor. Sacramento and Battery, 2d floor 
Cassin F. grocer, 75 Montgomery 
Castle Wm. nurse, S. M. Hospital 
Castle J. G. clerk, cor. Clay and Stockton 
Castle Brothers, wholesale grocers, Front, bet 

Sacramento and California 
Castle Goodman, wholesale grocer, Front, bet. 

Sacramento and California 
Castle Michael, wholesale grocer, Front, bet 

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Castle Pederick, wholesale grocer, Front, bet 

Sacramento and California 
Ca=tle Horatio C. carman, 65 and fit Califor. 
Case J. laborer, boards L96 Pacific 
Case, Heiser & Co. commission merchants, 58 

and 60 Sansome 
Case Chas. L. com. mer. 58 and 60 Sansome, 

h. 245 Washington 
Case Lawrence, clerk, 100 Battery 
Casey Edward, butcher. 2 California 
Carey Owen, laborer, 83 Pine 
Caston G. R. 248 Dupont 
Cassauran Leon, Restaurant de France, 193 

Kearny 
Casebolt Henry, blacksmith. 1 29 Kearny 
Caseboard Henry, blacksmith, h. Everett, near 

Third 
Casterauste E. dry goods, 137 Sacramento 
Casseday Elisha, clerk. Ill Battery 
Cassaday John, porter, 84 Battery 
Cassiday Jas. machinist, Vulcan Iron Works 
Caspar Michael, importer, 157 Jackson 
Castel F. upholsterer, 167 Pacific 
Casserly Geo. W. justice, 172 Pacific 
Casserly & Doyle, att'ys and counsellors. 1G3 

Montgomery. 2d floor 
Casserly Eugene, att'y and counsellor, 163 

Montgomery, 2d floor 
Cassie Geo. boat builder, junction California 

and Market 
Cassie Win. boat builder, junction California 

and Market, h. Rincon Point 
Casanueva C. porter. 1,97 and 199 Sansome 
Cassas F. B. clerk post office, h. Dupont, be- 
tween Galifornia and Sacramento 
Cashore Jno. butcher, 24 Commercial 
Caswell J. mason, boards 89 Pacific 
Castree & Byrne, wholesale and retail grocers. 

6 Trainer's Row 
Oastree D. B. wholesale and retail grocer, 6 

Traiuer's Row 
Catlin P. H. boards 216 Pacific 
Catton J. C. h. cor. Kearny .and Green. 
Cathcart James, laborer, 41 Davis 
Caveny M. laborer, Lombard, between Powell 

and Stockton 
Caverly Edward, porter 189 Sansome 
Caverly John H. laborer, boards 147 Sansome 
Cavert & Go. general dealers. 52 Cal. 2d fl'r 
Cavert M. L. general dealer, 52 Cal. 2d floor 
Gavin George, ship carpenter, boards Jack- 
son, near Drum [Powell 
Caull Michael, h. S. side Green, 2 doors from 
Cazneau Mrs. Catharine A. h. 280 Wash. 
Cazno Johu. laborer, 131 Kearny 
Ceagl H. tailor, 284 Dupont 
Cedo Valentine, saloon, 190 Kearny 
Cedar C. A. ship carpenter, boards Xatioual 

Hotel 
Celeste Madame, danseuse, boards 48 Bush 
Cernduff Samuel, laborer, h. N. side Green, 

between Mason and Taylor. 
Cerf, Eger &Go. crockery and "-lass ware, 174 

Montgomery 



Cerf J. crockery and glassware, 174 Montg'y 
Cerf J. crockery, 148 Kearny 

Cerevoy Geo. machinist, Sutter Irrn Works 
Cezar Pascal, Restaurant de France, 193 

Kearny 
Chapman G. E. clerk. Bank Exchange, Mont- 
gomery Block. 
Chapman Charles, carman, h. X. AY. corner 

Taylor and Powell 
Chapman Geo. Greenwood, comedian, h. St. 

Charles, between Kearny and Montg'y 
Chapman Alonzo. comedian, h. St. Charles, 

between Kearny and Montgomery 
Chapman Wm. B. comedian, h. Green, two 

doors from Calhoun 
Chapman Miss Caroline, actress, h. Green, two 

doors from Calhoun 
Chapman Wm. X. clerk, 118 California 
Chapman & Burns, saloon. 155 Front 
Chapman Wm. saloon. 1 .">5 Front 
Chapiu & Sawyer, hardware and leather, 127 

Sansome 
Chapiu Samuel A. hardware and leather, 127 

Sansome 
Chapin E. M. book-keeper, 105 Front, 3d fl'r 
Chapin Geo. W. boarding house, Sansome, 

few doors S. Bush. 
Chambers Judge David, firm Page, Bacon & 

Go. h. S. W. cor. Stockton and Jackson 
Chambers J. L. blacksmith. 38 Webb 
Chambers T. J. A. El Dorado Saloon, corner 

Kearny and Washington 
Chambers James, jour, saddler, 82 Battery 
Chamberlain E. laborer, boards 141 Sansome 
Chamberlain J. barber. 7 Jackson 
Chaldwell Wm. hardware. 32 Commercial 
Chaloner Win. (colored) porter, Page, Bacon 

& Go.'s 
Chadwick Edward, h. 181 Dupont 
Chadwick Edmund, groceries and liquors, 

Custom-house Block, cor. San. and. Sac. 
Chadwick David G. carman, at G. B. Post's 
Chadbourne Joshua, baker 133 Jackson 
Chapelle A. Marius, real estate broker, 137 

Montgomery 
Chappel J. G. 116 Broadway 
Chapped G. coffee house, cor. Davis and Clay 
Chambrey Madam, dressmaker, 164 Wash. 
Chard Mrs. A. M. (widow) h. Dupont, be- 
tween Filbert and Greenwich 
Chatten Mrs. E. fancy store, cor. Stevenson 

and Second 
Chauviteau J. J. imp'r dry goods, 104 Clay 
Chauviteau H. com. mer. cor. Pacific and 

Battery 
Chauviteau J. J. com mer. corner Pacific and 

Battery, 2d floor 
Chazal P. A. Eclipse Flour Mills, h. corner 

Davis and Jackson 
Chase & Go. soda factory, corner Vallejo and 

Piuckney 
Chase Fred. C. soda water factory, cor. Val- 
lejo and Picukuey [Fourth 
Chase George, h. Everett, between Third and 



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Chase Robert B., m. d., h. 136 Bush 

Chase A. J. stalls 13 and 15 Pacific Market 

Chase M. F. attorney, 142 Montg'y, 2d floor 

Chase & Fountain, feed store, 77 Pine 

Chase Frederick A. feed store, 77 Pine, h. 
corner Pine and Sansome 

Chase Robert P. m. d. office Armory Hall, 
Montgomery, h 136 Bush 

Chace Benj. T. builder, Stevenson, near Sec- 
ond, h. corner Ecker and Stevenson 

Chamblin & Co. Franklin Mills, 94 Kearny 

Chamblin J. L. miller, 94 Kearny 

Charles Thos. C. cashier naval office, custom 
house 

Chatterton Jacob, paper hanger, corner Sa- 
cramento and Montgomery 

Charrington W. H ex-police officer 

Chaffee Lucius, porter, 107 California 

Chalwell George M accountant and general 
agent, cor. Battery and Sacramento 

Champlin L D attorney, office L T . S Court 
rooms 

Chandler John A. clerk, 128 Montgomery, h 
Stockton, near Bush 

Charlton John, jr. engraver and die sinker, 
146 Sacramento 

Chauncey D. M mer. 3 Armory Hall, boards 
Tehama House 

Cheney Zacheus, h 152 Broadway 

Cheney Wm. laborer, boards 196 Pacific 

Cheney J. Branch Hotel, 40 Sansome 

Cheney George A. carman, 47 and 49 Cal. 

Chenery R. ag't Union line steamers, corner 
Front and Pacific, 2d floor 

Chenny Cathcart, boiler maker, Union Iron 
Works 

Chevier Eugene, h. 290 Pacific 

Cheever Edward E. solicitor " Xews" office, 
35 Commercial 

Cheever H. A. & Go. storage, Battery, be- 
tween Green and Union 

Chevassas Edward, clerk, 152 Kearny 

Cherry John W. sign painter, 222 Kearny, h. 
corner Union and Powell 

Cherry James, laborer, h. Stevenson, near 
Ecker 

Cherry Jno. laborer, h. Stevenson, near Ecker 

Chevalier Louis, grocer, Yallejo. between 
Dupont and Stockton 

Chevalier Victor, apothecary, 213 Wash. 

Chevoy Cuthbert, boiler maker, Union Iron 
Works 

Cheesbrough S. S. baker, 248 Dupont 

Cheseborough G. engineer, boards corner 
Spring and Summer 

Chesebrough J. M. L. com. mer. 63 Wash. 

Chesley G. W. firm Brooks & Co. 39 Sacra- 
mento, 2d floor, boards Jones' Hotel 

Chester Julius, clothing, 49 Commercial 

Chester Chas. syrup maker, Jessie, near First 

Chell John W. lodging house, 78 Pacific, 2d 
floor 

Chittenden Jas. mechanic, h. N. side Cardal. 

Chittenden H. W. builder, h. 223 Sacramento 



Chittenden James, blacksmith, 252 Stockton 
Chittenden N. W. attorney, 104 Montgomery, 

2d floor, h. cor. Powell and Jackson 
Childers Henry J. builder, h. Lombard, be- 
tween Kearny and Dupont 
Chillas Alex, engineer, Phoenix saw mills, 

Market 
Chimenes Chas. steward at M. L. Winn's 
Childs Wm. carman, 159 Sacramento 
Childs Chas. W. clerk, 47 and 49 Commercial 
Chick Elwell, carpenter, h. Jessie near Second 
Chipchas John, pattern maker, Sutter Iron 

W orks 
Chipchase N. cabinet maker, 180 Montg'y 
Chipman, Bourne & Co. wholesale grocers, 

77 Davis 
Chipman Nelson, wholesale grocer, 77 Davis 
Chipman Marcus, wholesale grocer, 77 Davis 
Choate G. R. tinner, 110 Sansome. 
Christin Louis, Lafayette Restaurant, 211 

Washington 
Christmas William, cook U. S. Marine Hos- 
pital 
( 'hrist y James, blacksmith, h. Stevenson near 

Second 
Chryatie P. imp. liquors, 154 Sansome 
Chrysler William L. & Co. provision mer. 

64 Front corner Sacramento 
Churchill William, M. d., S. M. Hospital 
Churchill A. 61 Battery 
Chubb Charles. 86 Bush 
Church A. S. com. mer. 89 and 91 California 
Church Isaac S. firm of Clark, Church & Co 
Church Edward, banker cor. Montgomery 

and Comm. h. cor Union and Kearny 
Church Jos. boiler maker, Union Iron Works 
Churchfield John, laborer, h. Jessie near Sec- 
ond 
Churchrum George, baker, 10 Ohio 
Churchward James, Oriental stables, Jessie 

near First 
Cipriani O. F. firm Henrichsen, Reincke & Co. 
City Flour mills, 25 First 
Cissna J. C. & Co. general importers, 99 Bat- 
tery 
Clark W. S. Chestnut bet. Leavenworth and 

Hyde 
Clark C. H. mason, Lombard between Powell 

and Stockton 
Clark Thomas, mason, h. 298 Powell 
Clark John G. teller at Page, Bacon & Co.'s 
Clark J. H. coffee house, 224 Stockton 
Clark P. C. blacksmith, 277 Dupont 
Clark Lyman, h. Union bet. Kearny and Du- 
pont 
Clark Jacob, carpenter, boards 196 Pacific 
Clark Andrew, laborer, Phoenix brewery 
Clark C. P. market, cor. Kearney and Bush 
Clark J. attorney, office 9 Well's building. 
Clark James, 4 Merchant 
Clark George W. paper hanger, 3 iron build- ' 

ing opposite Tehama 
Clark, Church & Co. imp. 89 and 91 California 
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( 'lark Robert J. builder, end of Maiden lane 
Olark Joseph, at Gross & Co.'s 
jClark Willard, steward at Franklin house 
(Clark P. B. stoves and hardware, 125}* San- 
some 
Clark Smyth, commission merchant 132 day, 

2d floor 
Clark Hiram C. attorney, Parsons building, 

h. corner First and Folsom 
Clark Charles, saloon 31 Commercial 
Clark Mrs Italy, (widow) boarding, 24 First 
Clark Asa B. clerk, 2-4 First 
Clark Daniel, express driver, h. 56 Minna 
Clark Lyman, h. 30 Minna 
Clark Hiram, firm Abernethy, Clark & Co. 

Stewart bet. Market and Mission 
Clark Martin, bar keeper, 116 Montgomery 
Clark & George, architect and builders, Ex- 
press buildings, 2d floor 
Clark Reuben, architect and builder, Express 

bdgs. 2d floor 
Clark Arthur F. clerk, 60 Front 
Clark & VanFossen, com. mer. Clay, between 

Drum and East 
Clark F. M. com. mer. Clay, between Drum 

and East 
Clark Thomas, steward, 37 Pacific 
Clark L. A. flour packer, 96 Front 
Clark William H. machinist, 100 Pine 
Clsrk John R. machinist, 100 Pine 
Clark John A. deputy County Recorder, City 

Clark L. A. packer, boards Franklin Hotel 
Clark N. D. saloon, 156 Commercial 
Clark Mrs. Susan, saloon 156 Commercial 
Clark Michael, bar keeper, 1 Custom House 

block 

Clark George J. steward, 41 Pacific 
Clark T. P. carpenter, h. 230 Kearney 
Clarke James, laborer, h. rear 151 Clay 
Clarke John, carman, cor. Bush and Dupont 
Clarke & Twitchell, intelligence off. 124 Com. 
Clarke F. intelligence office. 124 Commercial 
Clarke Robert C. Fells Point market, 80 

Pacific 
Clarke F. label depot, 118 Jackson 
Clarke Edwin St. Clair, inspector, custom 

house 
Clancy Thomas, helper Sutter Iron Works 
Claig James, ship carpenter, boards 40 First 
Claussen & Ellerhorst, wholseale grocers, 109 

Front 
Claussen F. W. wholesale grocers, 109 Front 
Clare Francis, boards 211 Kearny 
Clary John, saloon, 62 Montgomery 
Clapp & Fisher, carriage manuf. Kearny, be- 
tween Sutter and Post 
Clapp Geo. E. carriage manuf. Kearny, be- 
tween Sutter aud Post 
Clapp & Farren, carriage manuf. Market, 

opposite Oriental Hotel 
Clapp J. carriage manuf. Market, opposite 

Oriental Hotel 
Clapp Silas, clerk, 119 Sacramento 



Clayton H. A. saloon. Ill Commercial 

Clayton Chas. com. mer. 92 Front 

Clayton F. D. clerk, custom house, h. 184 

Dupont 
Clayton Joseph, driller. Flint's wharf 
Clayton John, driller, Flint's wharf 
Clasan G. carpenter, h. Powell, near Union 
Classen J. M. engraver, 166 Clay 
Clar John, archives clerk, IT. S. Surveyor- 
General's office, h. cor. Kearny and Fran. 
Claughley James A. steward State Marine 

Hospital 
Cleal Daniel & Co. Washington Bakery, cor. 

Annie and Jessie 
Cleal D. & Go. confectioners, 107 Montg'y 
Cleale A. blacksmith, 102 Kearny, boards 

cor. Pine and Kearny 
Cleve L. clothing 132 California, 2d floor 
Cleary P. F. shoemaker, 166 Clay 
Clemons Wm. G. engineer City Mills, 25 First 
Clemens A. B. bar-keeper, Sutter Hotel, 

Rincon Point 
Clement Joseph, h. cor. Green and Union pi. 
Clements J. VV. book-keeper at Hussey, Bond 

& Hale's 
Clements J. S. bar-keeper, 33 Broadway 
Cleveland Charles W. at Burgoyne & Co.'s 
Cleveland Wm. W at Flint, Peabody & Co.'s 
Cleveland H. A. h. cor. Hinckle and Kearny 
Clerk Wm. F. m. d. 35 Gommercial 
Clinton Jrmes, laborer, N. W. cor. Stockton 

and Filbert 
Clien M. cigars, Jackson, below Davis 
Clinch C. H. book-keeper, 176 Washington 
Cline Conrad, baker, Ecker, near Mission 
Clifford Geo. it Co. mer. 134 Clay 
Clifford Samuel, saloon, 12 California 
Cloyes Joseph, carpenter, h. cor. Bush and 

Dupont 
Cloos J. book-bindery, 282 Dupont, 2d floor 
Close Lewis E. at Adam's & Go.'s Express 
Cloak Daniel, chief engineer Sutter Iron W'ks 
Clyde R. S. conveyancer and land agency, 

123 Sacramento 
Coats Moses H. carpenter, 246 Dupont 
Coad Henry, comedian, American Theatre 
Coakley John, accountant, 81 Davis 
Cobb Geo. W. carpeuter, boards Franklin 

House 
Cobb, Backus & Co. auctioneers, 35 Sac. 
Cobb H. A. auctioneer, 35 Sacramento, h. 

corner Stockton and Green 
Cochran Richard, h. 81 Broadway 
Cochran Richard, apothecary, h. Stevenson, 

near Second 
Cochran Chas.W. blacksmith, 94 Pine 
Cochrane R. X. grocer, corner Kearny and 

Jackson 
Cochrane R. X. Washington Market, corner 

Kearuy and Jackson 
Cochrane C. H. bar-keeper, 113 Montgomery 
Cochituate Baths, 57 Sansome 
Cockrill & Smith, furniture, 118 Sansome 
Cockrill C. furniture, 118 Sansome 



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Cody Michael, cigar store. 200 Pacific 
Coddington Wm, H. butcher, Kearny-street 

market, 111 Kearny 
Coffin Laban, h. N. side of Jones 
Coffin Gilbert, soda factory, rear 280 Dupont 
Coffin Edward A. stevedore, h. Kearny, near 

Union 
Coffin J. B. clerk, 156 Battery 
Coffin Henry, city weigher and inspector of 

provisions, 41 Davis 
Coffin Albert, laborer, 41 Davis 
Coffin Benjamin, laborer, 41 Davis 
Coffin <fc Davis, ship chandlers, 44 Clay 
Coffin Laban, ship chandler, 44 Clay 
Coffin Geo. carman, h. 261 Pacific 
Coffin N. M. clerk at Clipper Storehouse, 

Jackson above Sansome 
Coffey Wm. clerk corner First and Melius 
Coffee G. W. engineer, res. at Bip Van 

Winkle, cor. Pacific and Davis 
Cogswell Henry D. dental surgeon, office 200 

"Washington 
Cogswell J. B. cabinet maker, 159 Sac- 
ramento 
Cogswell J. P. tin, sheet iron and stoves, 22 

Sacramento 
Coggeshall Josias H. apothecary, 127 Mont'y 
Coghill J. H. & Go. com. mer. 115 Battery 
Coghill "Wm. X. com. mer. 115 Battery, h. 

Broadway, 3 doors above Stockton 
Coghill A. J. com. merchant, 115 Battery 
Coghill Samuel, boards National Hotel 
Coghlan Gapt. N. stevedore, 51 Pacific, 2d 

floor 
Cohen S. dry goods, 259 Dupont 
Cohen Isaac, pawnbroker, corner Dupont and 

Washington 
Cohen S. tailor, 213 Clay 
Cohen David, clerk, 77 Commercial 
Cohen & Co. commission merchants, corner 

California and Front 
Cohen Alf. A. commission merchant, corner 
California and Front, h. corner Mont- 
gomery and California 
Cohen Morris A. commission merchant, cor- 
ner California and Front 
Cohen Alex. A. commission merchant, corner 

California and Front 
Cohen Hermann, merchandise broker, 102 

Battery, 2d floor 
Cohen, Harris & Go. clothing, 28 First 
Cohen L. A. clothing, rear 113 Sacramento 
Cohn L. clerk, 163 Clay 
Cohn H. & Co. dry goods, 86 California 
Cohn Henry, dry goods, 86 California, h. 
Stocktou, between "Washington and Clay 
Cohn Louis, general importer, Front, near 

California 
Cohn, Pecare & Co. clothing, Merchant, be- 
tween Sansome and Montgomery 
Coit B. B., h. d. off. aud h. 22b Washington 
Coit and Beals. com. mer. 94 Battery 
Coker Edward, coal mer. "Washington, below 
Davis 



Collins William, Janson, bet. Lombard and 

Greenwich 
Collins B. carpenter, h. 191 California 
Collins Luke, horse shoer, 30 Webb 
Collins & Co. eagle hat store, 157 Comm. 
Collins Charles J. hatter, 157 Commercial 
Collins John E. mason, 76 Battery, 2d floor 
Collins, Gushman & Co. general merchandise, 

corner Battery and Halleck 
Collins S. W. general merchandise, corner 

Battery and Halleck, h. John, between 

Powell and Mason 
Collins Benjamin R. porter, corner Battery 

and Halleck 
Collins Silas H. carman, corner Battery and 

Halleck 
Collins J. P. saloon, 76 California 
Collins Samuel, ^tar House. Fremont 
Collins C. machinist, Vulcan Iron Works 
Collins Miss P. A. boarding house, rear 59 

Pine 
Collins Asa, bazaar, 106 Sansome 
Collins Miss Pauline, dress maker, 84 Bush, 

2d floor 
Collin & More, dry goods, 117 Sacramento 
Collin Isaac, dry goods, 117 Sacramento 
Coleman J. W. carpenter, h. corner Varren 

place and Union 
Coleman D. R. blacksmith, Front bet. Pacific 

and Broadway, h. corner Kearny and 

Vallejo 
Coleman William T. & Go. com. mer. corner 

California and Front 
Coleman William T. com. mer. corner Cali- 
fornia and Front 
Coleman John, clerk, 126 Commercial, h. 

Stockton near Bush 
Coleman George W. laborer, 41 Davis 
Coleman James H. contractor, Oregon bet. 

Front aud Davis 
Coleman John George, carver and gilder, 

105 Jackson 
Coleman John, mail clerk, "Alta" office, 136 

Montgomery 
Coleman Asa, sea captain, h. Powell between 

Union and Green 
Coleman Edward, clothing, 87 Commercial 
Coltman James, bar keeper, 5 Broadway 
Colemar George, boarding, h. 14 First 
Collofry Timothy, clerk at Henry McNally'i 
Colbourn Richard, clerk, h. Stevenson 

First and Ecker 
Colbourn Mrs. Sarah, h. Stevenson betwee 

First and Ecker 
Colbourn Richard, bar keeper, 104 Sansoi 
Colbourn William H. clerk 28 Davis 
Coltrin Charles W. carpenter, 103 Broadway 
Colvin H. W. billiard and bowling saloons, 

.^4 Montgomery 
Colyer C. W. boards 216 Pacific 
Colson Joseph, flour packer, 100 Pine 
Colville William B. & Co. grocers, 8 Com. 
Colgan William James, h. 154 California 
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Colo. K. I>., m. d. office and h. corner Pine 
and Quincy 

Cole Henry, carman, 81 California 

Cole Delas, stage driver for Dillon, Hedge & 
Co. 

Cole A: Xagle, shipping agents, 155 Front, 
2d floor 

Oole William, speculator, boards Sutter Hotel, 
Kincon point 

Cole Peter, laborer, Happy Valley mills, cor- 
ner Melius and First 

Cole Horace, produce and com. corner Davis 
and Washington 

Cole Byron, foreman "Daily Commercial Ad- 
vertiser" office 

Cole J. M. jour, printer, "News" office, 35 
Commercial 

Cole Charles, stage carpenter, S. F. Theatre, 
h. Sacramento, above Stockton 

Cole L. stage carpenter S. F. Theatre, h. 
Mission Road 

Cole Thomas D. jr. cigars, Wilsons Exchange 

Colley Samuel B. laundry man, h. O'Farrel 
between Duponr and Stockton 

Colby E. waterman, boards corner Spring 
and Summer 

Coll iv John, bar keeper, corner Kearny and 
Merchant 

Colby Clark S. bar-keeper. 37 Pacific 

Colin- Thomas H. baker. Mission between 
Fourth and Fifth 

Oolbath H. M. ct Co. sash and blind manuf. 
Market-street steam mills 

Collier James M. contractor, 57 Sansome 

Colloton Edmund, baker, Euker, near Mission 

Compton. Davidson & Co. mer. Sacramento, 
next door to P. M. S. S. Co. office 

Compton (•. S. mer. Sacramento next door 
to P. M. S. S. office 

Comstock A. M. broker, 150 Montgomery, 
2d floor, h. corner Market, Powell and 
Eddy 

Combs John, laborer, h. 51 Yallejo 

Comins P. B gunsmith. 70 Front and 73 
Davis, h. 132 Dupont 

Commercial Job Printing office. Sacramento, 
2d door from Montgomery, 2d floor 

Comee D. W. furniture, 130 Washington 

Conway Thomas, carman, boards 190 Pacific 

Conway George, coppersmith, boards at 147 
Sansome 

Conway James, engineer, Alta Foundry. 

Conrey ct Howard, real estate agents, Mont- 
gomery, 1 door from Merchant 

Conroy P. H. shoemaker, 231 Kearny 

Conroy <t O'Connor, iron and steel aud black- 
smiths' tools, 139, 141 aud 143 Sansome 

Conroy James C. iron and steel and black- 
smiths' tools, 139, 141 and 143 Sansome 

Conroy H. oil. 125^ Pacific 

Conroy S. B. real estate agent, 154 Montg'ry 

Conn Wm. H. com. merchant. 5 Washington 

Conner Edward, publisher, "Alta California" 

Conner Peter, laborer, h. Long's alley 



Conner Dan. laborer, h. near Phoenix brewery 
Conner Mrs. Ellen, boarding h. 133 Mission 
Conner John W. "Alta" office, 136 Montg'y 
Connor Robert T. barkeeper. 48 Sacramento 
Connor James H. folder, "S. P. Herald," 120 

Montgomery 
Conly John, cook, 119 Sacramento 
Conley J. jour, printer, Times & Trauscriptoff 
Conley Josiah, com. merchant, 95 Front 
Conley Herrick, stone cutter, corner Bush and 

Battery 
Connelly A. H. daguerian operator, 197 Clay 
Connelly M. h. Sherwood place 
Connelly Jas. barkeeper. 159 and 161 Front 
Connelly Orem, dresser, U. S. M. Hospital 
Couelly John, boiler maker, Union Iron 

Works 
Connolly Thos. carpenter, h. Broadway, near 

Montgomery 
Conklin S. B. printer, Cal. Chronicle office, 

boards Wash'tn, b. Kearny and Dupont 
Conklin Miss Mary, housek'per Irving House, 

Oregon 
Conlin John, barkeeper Oriental Hotel 
Condon John, boarding h. Trinity, near Pine 
Condon Jas. melter, at Wass, Molitor <t Co's 
Conboy Thos. laborer, h. 183 Dupont 
Conboy Patrick, laborer, h. Stevenson, near 

Second 
Conrad F. h. 77 Bush 

Conrad John, laborer, h. rear Rassette House 
Conrad B. ct H. Brans, com. merchants, Clay 

bet. Drum aud East 
Conrad B. com. merchant, Clay bet. Drum 

and East 
Conrad H. com. merchant, 3S Clay 
Conro Sampson & Co. Golden Gate flour 

mills, 136 Pine 
Conro F. D. millwright, 136 Pine 
Conaty Peter, laboror, h. Lama pi. 
Cone John W. news depot, Tehama House 
Coney Daniel, inspector, customhouse 
Cook Thos. laborer, h. X. W. cor. Green and 

Taylor 
Cook Martin, laborer, h. S. side Card alley 
Cook Folger ct Co. oil works, 114 Broadway, 

near Dupont 
Cook Geo. M. oil works, 114 Broadway, near 

Dupont 
Cook Chas. W. banker, 185 Kearney, h. 165 

Stockton 
Cook R. bleacher, 65 Kearny 
Cook Chas. carman, h. Rassette pi 
Cook «t Schenck, stall t- 1 New World Market 
Cook J H. stall 8 New World Market 
Cook Wm. C. City Hall, h. Clay bet. Mason 

and Taylor 
Cook Chas. I), laborer, 149 Battery 
Cook Elisha, attorney, 3 and 4 Parson's build- 
ing, boards at Oriental 
Cook Johu, m. d. 24 First, 2d floor 
Cook Paiton. machinist. Sutter Iron Works 
Cook Benj. clerk, cor. Market and Main 
Cook Joseph, mason, boards at 29 Leidsdorff 



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Cook M. M. sailmaker, Davis, near Jackson 
Cook M. H. sailmaker, Davis, near Jackson 
Cook Albert sailmaker, Davis, n. Jackson 
Cook James, engineer, 100 Pine 
Cook Mrs. Margaret, h. 64 Montgomery 
Cook Samuel, boarding house, Sansonie op. 

Rasette House 
Cook Martin, driller, Plint's wharf 
Cook W. H. machine sewer, 230 Kearny 
Cooke Brothers & Co. gen. com. merchants, 

130 California 
Cooke Jos. J. gen. com. mer. 130 California 
Cooke Geo. Lewis, gen. com. mer. 130 Cali- 
fornia, h. cor. California and Dupont 
Cooke, Kenney & Co. booksellers and sta- 
tioners, cor. Montgomery and Merchant 
Cooke W. B. bookseller and stationer, corner 

Montgomery and Merchant 
Coolidge J. A. clerk, cor. Pine and Battery 
Cooms B. laborer, 160 California 
Coombs, Levi H. carpenter, boards 93 Bush 
Coombs John J. storage, Market, bet. Front 
and Davis, h. Washington above Stock. 
Coombs Asa W. laborer, U. S. Bonded Ware- 
house, corner Union and Battery 
Cooper Mrs. (widow) saloon, 214 Pacific 
Cooper John, confectioner, 107 Montgomery 
Cooper A. H. m. d. Foundry Exchange, cor. 

Stevenson and Ecker 
Cooper Frank, com. and real estate agent, 70 

Market street wharf 
Cooper Geo. F. porter, cor. Davis and Pine 
Cooper Joseph, feed store, 45 Battery 
Cooper Wm. door-keeper S. F. Theatre, h. 

Waverly place 
Cooney John, grocer, Union, bet. Montgom- 
ery and Sansome 
Coons G. W h. Howard, between Third and 

Fourth 
Coons B. F. merchant, boards Jones' Hotel 
Cooty Capt. P. sea captain, h. Post, 2 doors 

west of Stockton 
Coppingen Geo. carman, house Lombard, bet. 

Kearny and Dupont 
Coppell James, flour packer, 63 Clay 
Copley John, clerk, 92 Battery 
Copeland Charles D. turner, Alta Foundry 
Copello J. m. d. corner Dupont and Washing- 
ton, 2d floor 
Cornips B. F. grocer, north-west cor. Powell 

and Vallejo 
Corey John, carpenter, boards 221 Sacramento 
Corey Thomas, tin and sheet iron, Sansome, 

near Washington 
Cory Sylvester, Sawyer, 21 California 
Corse Willis, Sazarac Kxchange, 215 Clay 
Corser C. H. gen'l. dealer, Davis, near Pacific 
Cordis B. carpenter, h. 191 California 
Cordis John J. grocer, 189 California 
Cordes John D. grocer, cor. Bush and Kearny 
Corson JohnG. blacksmith, 164 California 
Corrio de Mello Antonio, porter at Howard's 

Building 
Corwin Saml. carpenter, boards 147 Sansome 



Corwin Marcellus, periodical depot, Post Of- 
fice building 
Cornell J. S. wheelwright, 89 Pine, boards 

Branch Hotel 
Cornell A. J. saloon, 89 Washington 
Cornell A. saloon, Washington, below Davis 
Cornell Wm. carman, h. Melius, near Second 
Cornwell P. W. clerk, 81 California 
Cornwell J. H. stall 20 New World Market, 

boards at Longley's 
Corbett James, steward at M. L. Winn's 
Corbett R. L. foreman boiler shop, Vulcan 

IronWorks 
Corbert Edward, deputy sheriff, City Hall 
Corning Franklin, clerk, 162 Clay 
Cornish B. D. com. mer. 14 Davis, 2d floor 
Correa and Bahnsen, com. mer. west corner 

Battery and Union 
Correa Maurice A. com. merchant, west cor, 

Battery and Union, h. corner California 

and Buena Vista 
Corbiniere Mark, grocer, 145 Pacific 
Cordier E. & Go. com. mer. 178 Montgomery, 

2d floor 
Corrigan J. P. examiner, appraiser's office, 

boards at Merchants' Hotel 
Costello Jerry, Pacific Market, 181 Dupont 
Costello Michael, saloon, 125 Pacific 
Cosgrove Henry, ex-police officer 
Cosgrove Wm. constable, 89 Merchant 
Cotton Wm. laborer, h. corner Lombard and 

Kearny 
Cotting J. G. firm of Shaw, Cotting & Reed, 

1 Orleans Row, California 
Cotrell Peck, Empire Saloon, corner Kearny 

and Sacramento 
Cottrell E. M. clerk at Brown & Keyes 
Cottle Franklin B. builder, h. south side Post, 

between Kearny and Dupont 
Cotter E. B. clerk County Recorder's office, 

City Hall 
Cotter John, machinist, boards 24 First 
Cotter John, apprentice Union Iron Works 
Cotter John, laborer, boards 17 Ohio 
Gotham M. C. book-keeper, 112 Sacramento 
Count Francis, laborer, cor Broadway and 

Stockton 
Coursen J. O. carman, 90 Davis 
CoursenG. A. importer and grocer, 135 Front, 

2d floor 
Couzins Caleb, boards corner Sacramento and 

Buena Vista 
Courcelli A. perfumer, 286 Dupont 
Courtis Thos. h. Milton place, Bush 
Courtis J. W. clerk, 177 Clay 
Courter Sylvester, proprietor National Hall, 

Mission Dolores 
Courter John P. carpenter, b'ds at National 

Hall, Mission Dolores 
Courtlevv Wm. hackman, stand at Oriental 

Hotel 
Courtier John, saloon. 20 Ohio 
Couch Jesse, stage driver for Dillon, Hedge 

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Couch John P. & Co. nulze. brokers and com. 

merchants, 51 California, 2d floor 
Couch John P. milze. and com. merchant, 51 

i aiifurnia, 2d floor, h. 51 Pike 
Ooughlin John M. at Burgoyne & Co's. h. 

cor. Dupont ami Green 
Goats Henry J. watchman. Custom House 
Covillard Pierre A. P. post office, h. corner 

Pacific and Sansome 
Covington Flam, inspector, custom house 
Coward R. Golden Horse livery stable, 84 

Kearny 
Coward Richard, carman, 197 and 199 San. 
(Jo wles Samuel, attorney, 5 Bolton and Bar- 
ron's building 
Oowles Geo. W. bar-keeper 116 Montgomery 
Cowell II. boards 147 Sausorne 
Cowell Benjamin jr. 130 California 
Cowing Turner, Ciay Spring, 86 Pine, h. 90 

Pine 

Cox R. M. reporter for the " Sun" 
Cox, Ross & Hasey, Franklin House, corner 

Broadway and Sausorne 
Cox George, Prauklin House, cor. Broadway 

and Sausorne 
Cox J. W. clerk, 47 and 49 California 
Cox Washington, barkeeper, Young Ameri- 
ca, corner Jackson and East 
Cox I lenient, deputy county surveyor 
Joye Hiram L. at DeLoug, McNeil & Co.'s 
JoyeJohn, steward, 146J/o Sausorne 
Uraine Win. architect, office Brenham place 
Crane Chas. H. deatist, office 193 Clay, 2d 

floor 

Crane Henry A. clerk, 131 Commercial 
,'rane D. W. com. mer. 47 and 49 California 
Crane John, secretary S. F. Gas Co. cor- 
ner Bush and Montgomery 
Crane John, clerk to Board of Aldermeu, 19 

City Hall 
randge William, h. Mary lane 
Jrauu Charles A. lodging house, 142 Clay, 

2d floor 
3raner S. dry goods, 147 Sacramento 
Jrauny Thomas, boarding house, 129}o Jack 
Jranier, Rambach & Co. importers, 139 Sac- 
ramento 
Jraig George S clerk, 29 Sacramento, boards 

at What Cheer House 
Draig William, machinest, Alta Foundry 
JraigMrs Ellen, private boarding, Jackson, 

near Drum 
raig John, ship carpenter, boards Jackson, 

near Drum 
raig Peter, ship carpenter, boards Jackson, 

near Drum 
ranz Daniel, cabinet-maker, 159 Sacramento 
,'rawley Edwin, clerk at Grotjan's, corner 

Sacramento aud Montgomery 
Jrawford George S. m. d Franklin Hotel 
Jrawford George, carpenter, boards 35 First 
Jrawford A. C. cook, 73 Commercial 
Jrawford James, accountant, 126 California, 
2d floor 



Craw James, carman, house 321 Powell 
Cravens Edw. teamster, Union Iron Works 
Creigh J D. county judge, City Hall 
Creseey Capt. J. D. sea captain, h. Calhoun, 

between Union and Green 
Creniony John C editor of the " Sun" 
Cremen J. D porter, boards 147 Sansome 
Cremer A barber, 46 Commercial 
Cr-ew William, clerk, 152 Sansome 
Cridland A. surgeon, office 148 California 
Crittenden A. P. attorney, office Nagle's 

building, h. Pacific, between Powell and 

Mason 
Crittenden & Inge, attorneys, office Nagle's 

building, corner Merchant and Clay 
Crittenden C. P. clerk at A S. Wheaton & 

■ Co's. house Hardie place 
Crittenden A. F. accountant, comer Clay and 

Montgomery, 2d floor 
Cricherson John, trader, house S. side Sacra- 
mento, between Kearny and Montg'y 
Crichton J watchman, custom house 
Cristian Edwin J. house-raiser, boards 129j^ 

Jackson 
Cristian John, laborer, at J. A. Morgan & 

Co.'s, Yallejo 
Cristy <fc Williams, b'acksmiths, 123 Mission 
Cristy James, b!acksmith, 123 Mission 
Crismond Horace F. clerk, 7 Washington 
Crosby E. O. atl'y, office Tallaut & Wilde's 

building, 2d floor 
Crosby & Diblee, commission merchants, 

Battery, bet. Washington and Merch't 
Crosby Chas. W. commission merchant, Bat- 
tery, bet. U ashington and Merchant 
Crosby Win. H. clerk, Battery, between 

Washington and Merchant 
Crosby Fred rick W. Battery, between 

Washington and Merchant 
Crosby Chas. H boards Beale, near Folsom 
Crosby Thadeus, clerk, 18 Bush 
Crosby Porter, carpenter, boards Alta Hotel 
Crowed & Co. Yerandah Saloon, cor. Wash- 
ington and Kearny 
Crowell Wm. H. Yerandah Saloon, corner 

Washington and Kearny, h. 1 Virginia 
Crowell E. W. Verandah Saloon, corner 

Washington and Kearny, h. 1 Virginia 
Crowell E. & Co. druggists, 131 Commercial, 

h. corner Clay and Pike 
Crowell John, carpenter, boards National 

Hotel 
Crowell & Fairfield, merchants, 87 California, 

2d floor 
Crowell John M. merchant, 87 Cal. 2d floor 
Crowther George F. liquors, 25 Leidsdorff 
Cross & Co. commission merchants, iron 

warehouses, Battery 
Cross Alexander, commission merchant, iron 

warehouses, Battery 
Cross Richard, carman, h. 61 Broadway 
Cross Maj. 0. (U. S. Army.) boards Tehama 

House 
Crossett R. W. book-keeper, 6 Commercial 
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Crowley Michael, porter, 201 Sansome 
Crowley Geo. butcher, stall 3 New World 

Market 
Crow-lev i Weller, butchers, stall 3 New 

World Market 
Crowley D. machinist, Sutter Iron Works 
Crowley J. F. conk. 82 Davis 
Crowley Wm. boiler maker, 51 Jackson 
CrozierR. G. ex-Marshal, house Sutter 
Crozier Robt H. h. Dupont, between Jack- 
son and Washington 
Crozier Francis, lumber merchant, junction 

California and Market 
Croty John, laborer, boards 118 Pacific 
Crovat P A. inspector, custom house 
Crockett Charles, baker, 121 Pacific 
Crockett & Page, attorneys, McAllister's 

building, 3d floor 
Crockett Joseph B attorney, McAllister's 

building, 3d floor 
Crocker Freeman, carpenter, boards 20 Melius 
Cromwell Oliver, carpenter, boards 129 y . 2 

Jackson 
Cromwell Richard, carpenter, boards 129^ 

Jackson 
Cromps Thomas, cook, 41 Pacific 
Crookshanks Wm. laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
Crook Wm. C. bar-keeper, 45 Pacific 
Crowe John. Bazaar livery stables, corner 

Kearny and Pine 
Crowe H. F. clerk, 4 Orleans Row 
Crouch David, moulder. Union Iron Works 
Cronk L. B m. i>. boards 29 Leidsdorff 
Crossman Jas. H. clerk at Jona. Gavett's, 

California 
Crofton John, carrier, boards 147 Sansome 
Crofton James, laborer, 6 California, house 

Jessie, near First 
Crofton Henry, laborei, 6 California, house 

Jessie, near First 
Crooker J. B. hatter, 179 Clay 
Crooks James B. M. gas findings, house Mer- 
chant, opposite Union Hotel 
Crudden Daniel, butcher, stall 2 U. S. Market 
Cud w.»rth A. W. firm of Chase & Co. soda 

factory, corner Vallejo and Pinekney 
Cudd James, cook, 196 Pacific 
Culver S. M. merchant, h. 17 Stevenson 
Culver <fe Harlow, City Coal Yard, office cor- 
ner Sacramento and Front, 2d floor 
Culver Wm. H. City Coal Yard, office cor- 
ner Sacramento and Front, 2d floor, 
boards Central Hotel 
Cummings G. Parker, architect, 123 Mont- 
gomery Block, 4th flooi 
Cummings & Phillips, commission merchants. 

73V;> Jackson 
Cummings Henry H. commission merchant, 

7 3 ! .< Jackson 
Cummings Wm. b oard'g house, 29 Leidsdorff 
Cummisky John, liquors, 122 Sacramento 
Cunningham F. saddlery, 162 Sacramento • 
Cunningham J. laborer, h. Belden, n. Bush 
Cunningham's wharf, continuation of Front 



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Cunningham S. D. clerk, corner California 

ami Battery, 2d floor 
Cunningham A. jour, barber, 46 Commercial, 

h. 14 Stockton 
Cunningham Howard, book-keeper, 35 Bat. 
Cunningham & Co. exchange and banking 
house, Pacific, between Front and Bat. 
Cunningham T. B. banker, Pacific, between 
Front and Battery, h. Minna, between 
Second and Third 
Cunningham Thos. B. firm of John W. Wha- 
ling & Co. 171 Sacramento 
Cundell, Virgin & Co. shipping masters, 2)£ 

Commercial, 2d floor 
Cundell Capt. T. J. shipping master, 2% 

Commercial, 2d floor 
Curdy Madaline, h. corner Dupont and Sac- 
ramento 
Curry John, laborer, 131 Kearny 
Curry Wm. engineer, Eclipse flour mills 
Curry James, sheet-iron worker, Union Iron | 

Works 
Curry Charles, fancy goods, 83 Battery 
Carry J. Preston, at " Public Ledger" office 
Carrie & ! hester, clothing. 49 Commercial 
Currie J. ' . clothing, 49 Commercial, house 

Yerba Buena 
Curtis Thos. carpenter, h. Milton place. Bush 
Curtis James F. ship chandler, 33 cominer- 

cial, h. Hardie place 
Curtis John W. sash aud blind maker, Mar- 
ket, near First 
Curtis Geo. W. sash and blind maker. Mar- 
ket, near First 
Curtis Wm. carpenter, boards 29 LeidsdorS 
Curtis & Nicholson, shipping masters and 

ship brokers, Sacramento wharf 
Curtis E. S. shipping master and ship broker, 

Sacramento wharf 
Curtis Henry, book-keeper, 145 and 147 

Clay, house 180 Stockton 
Curtis Chas. C. Sansome Market, 158 San. 
Curtis I 'hos. proprietor Mariners' House, 60 

Pacific 
Curtis & Perry, 2 Armory Hall, 2d floor, 

late proprietors U. S. Assay Office 
Curtis Joseph R. 2 Armory Hall, 2d floor, 
late a proprietor of U. S. Assay Office 
Curran Bernard, tailo-, h. St. Mary's place 
Curran Miss Catharine, dressmaker, h. 229 

Montgomery 
Curran Thos. porter, boards 68 Montg'y 
Curren Owen, laborer, U. S. Bonded Ware- 
house, corner Union and Battery 
Cusic James, laborer, h. 291 Dupont 
Cusic James, police officer, City Hall 
Cusick James, saloon. 149 Commercial 
Cus~ack Thos. carpenter, boards 196 Pacific 
Cushing Volney, druggist, corner Montgom- 
ery and CJlay 
Cushing Johu J. m d. office P. 0. building, 

2d floor 
Cushing C. H. at Macondray & Co.'s, 54 
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Cushman Charles D. general merchandise, 
corner Battery & Halleek, h. corner of 
Mason and < California 
Cushman Samuel II. sea captain. 49 Pacific 
Cutter Edwin, gas-fitter, at J. B. M. Cook's 
Cutter II. F. & Co. 91 Front, h. comer Du- 

pont and Green 
Cutter W. H. clerk, 91 Front 
utter James H. firm Bragg, Connelly & Co- 
95 Front 

'nits Thomas A. clerk at James Hart's 
CJutler Rulus, laborer, 73 Battery 

Dabo Joseph, carriage Repository, 56 Mont- 
gomery 
Damn Win", stall 6 United States Market 
Daggett Wm. F. carpenter, h. S. side Post. 

betweeu Kearny and Dupont 
Daggett Daniel T. carpenter, h. Geary, 2 

doors from Kearny 
Daggett Francis, blacksmith, 80 Kearny 
Daggett John R. laborer, 96 Sansome 
Daggett Roliin M. editor and proprietor of 

"Golden Era," 186 Montgomery 
Daimoud Wm. M. merchant, boards Franklin 

Hotel 
Dake C. jeweller, h. 37 Montgomery 
Daly Peter, carman, Filbert, near cor Taylor 
Daly Thos. Mountaineer Saloon, 135 Kear- 
ny, h. Clay, above Stockton 
Daly James, tinsmith, 140 Pine 
Daly Thomas, bottler, 61 Broadway 
Daly John K. mason, boards 19 Ohio 
Daly James, grocer, cor. Folsom and Beale 
Dalton John, machinist, boards 196 Pacific 
Dall, Austin & Co. commission merchants. 

cor. California and Front. 2d floor 
Dall Joseph E. commission merchant, corner 

California and Front, 2d floor 
Dall Win. bonded warehouse, cor. Green and 

Battery 
Daliiba Henry S. clerk, 78 Batttery, 2d 

floor 
Dally Richard, paints, oils, &c, 112 Sansome, 

h. Clay, between Taylor and Mason 
Dally, William Morris, clerk at Crosby & 

Diblee's 
Dallas Alexander, cook at Kennebec House 
Dallam R. B. pilot and navy bread, 11 Davis 
Dallam R. & A. Happy Valley Bakery, 46 

First 
Dallam John, baker. Happy Valley Bakery, 

46 First 

Dalilmann Charles, clothing, 75 Commercial 
Dale Geo. L. commiisiou merchant, 93 Front, 

h. cor. Pine and Stockton 
Pamon John F. printer, h. 161 Kearny 
L)amou Jacob, laborer, boards 20 Ohio 
pamon James E. jour, printer, Commercial 

Job Printing Ofle. h. Brannan place 
Dam G. W. <fc A. Croton Baths and hair 

dressing. 121, Sacramento 
Dam A. Croton Baths and hair dressing, 121 

Sacramento, h. Codman place 



Dam G. W. Croton Baths and hair dressing, 

121 Sacramento, h. Codman place 
Dameron Wm. P>. naval officer, custom house 
Daniels Major J. h. 34ii Powell 
Daniels Wm. E. grocer, 131 Bush, corner 

Mary lane 
Daniels M. clerk. 133 Sacramento 
Daniels Thomas, carpenter, h. Union, near 

Montgomery 
Daniels W. E. firm of Hendley & Daniels, 131 
Ciav, h. Powell, between Bush and Pine 
Daniell C. P. importer and dealer in saddlery 

and harness, 130 Sansome 
Danniels C. cooper. 153 California 
Dannenberg A. & Co. clothing, 39 Pacific 
Dancey Wm. washman, State M. Hospital 
Dana S A. commission merchant, 115 Bat- 
tery. 2d floor 
Dana Henry F. commission merchant, 115 

Battery. 2d floor 
Dangerfield Wm. I', sec'y to Board California 
La d Conimis'rs, Masonic Hall, boards 
at Niautic Hotel 
Danglada Domingo, dry goods, 88 Montg'y 
Danahcr P. H. & Co. dry goods, X. W. cor- 
ner Montgomery and Sacramento 
Darling B. carpenter, boards 163 California 
Darling W. A. commission merchant, 102 

Battery, 2d floor 
Darling H. police officer, City Hall 
Darlington J. helper, Sutter Iron Works 
Darcy John, bakery, 70 Davis 
Darrow John, tin and sheet iron, 144 Sacra- 
mento, boards 129 1 ., Jackson 
Dart A. J. 78 California, 2d floor 
Dart H. J. agent tor Duvis' Pain Killer, 87 

California 
D'Arey John, laborer, h. 16 First, 2d floor 
Dangny K importer, 172 Montg'y, 2d floor 
D'Aumaile Robt. L. chemical analyst and 
assayer. Filbert, 2 door- above Vareeus 
Davis Win. painter, h. S. side John 
Davis S. cabinet maker, 256 C.av 
Davis Charles H. h. 29 Pike 
Davis Alvin II. undertaker, 192 Sacramento, 

h. 126 Sacramento 
Davis G. A. cabinet maker, 153 Sacramento 
Davis G H. clerk at Hussey, Bond & Hale's 
Davis M. C. blacksmith, 164 California, h. 

comer First and Battery 
Davis John M. blacksmith, 10 Webb 
Davis X. K. imp. hardware and general com. 
merchant, 94 Mayuard's Row, h. corner 
Sacramento aud Powell 
Davis & I o. imp'rs hardware and general 
com. merchants, 94 Maynard's Rov, , h. 
corner Sacramento and Puwell 
Davis William, boards 13 Ohio 
Davis John, blacksmith, boards 20 Ohio 
Davis Geo. cabinet maker, boards 129)4 

Jackson 
Davis Geo. carman, boards 147 Sansome 
Davis K carpenter, boards 147 Sansome 
Davis Charles, porter, 127 Sansome 



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Davis E. S. clerk, 106 Battery 
Davis R. D W. auction and commission, 60 
California, h. cor. Broadway and Montg'y 
Davis Geo. clerk, cor. California and Battery 
Davis John, cook, 144 Clay 
Davis S. merchant, Sherman's building, cor. 

('lay and Montgomary, 21 floor 
Davis J. carpenter, n. Second, near Jessie 
Davis John, backman, h. 56 Minna 
Davis Stedrnan, boat builder, junction Cali- 
fornia and Market 
Davis R. & Co. clothing, 119 Commercial 
Davis Charles, clothing, 105 Commercial 
Davis Geonre < !. clerk, 44 Bush 
Davis David P. clerk, 25 California 
Davis C. H. laborer, 2 Sacramento 
Davis Thos. sheet-iron worker. U I. "Works 
Davis Cbas. H. ship chandler, 44 Clav. boards 

Pike 
Davis H. L. ship chandler, 42 Clay 
Davis Wm. saloon, corner Cal and Drum 
Davis & Ashman, saloon, corner Union and 

Jackson 
Davis John B. saloon, cor. Union and Jackson 
Davis W. H. laborer. 94 Montgomery 
Davis J. B. F. carpenter, 59 Pine 
Davis J. T. Pantheon Saloon, Am. Theatre 
Davis A. S. fruit. 118 Clay 
Davis Wm. H. cook at Kennebec House 
Davis Thos. S. saloon, 165 Front 
Davis John F. watchmaker, 60 Pacific 
Davis Wm. D. < lipper Storehouse. Washing- 
ton to Jackson, above Sansome 
Davis John, costumer S. F. Theatre, h. 300 

Stockton 
Davis Wm. wood-turner, Market, opposite 

Market place. 
Davis & Co. i ity Agency, 73 Commercial 
Davis Geo. H. City Agency. 73 Commercial, 

house corner Post and Kearny 
Davenport Thomas, 113 Battery, h. Filbert, 

near Dupont 
Davenport Wm. H. 115 Battery, 2d floor 
Davidson Nelson G. painter, shop Brenham 

place 
Davidson J. W. book-keeper, 133 Sacramento 
Davidson Donald, merchaut, firm of Lomp- 

ton, Davidson & Co. 
Davidson B. banker, N. "W. corner of Mont- 
gomery and Commercial 
Davidson I), jour, carpenter, Stevenson, near 

Second 
Davidson L. clothing, 22 Commercial 
Davidson Geo. R. book-keeper, 146 Montg'y 
Davison John, police officer, City Hall 
Davidson <fe Co. com. merchants and general 

Agents, 118 Sacramento 
David Jules, firm of Abel Guy & Co. com. 

merchant, 111 Bush 
Davies John S. com. merchant, 83 Clay, h. 

cor. Union and Bush 
Davies J. P. & Co. wholesale grocers, 26 

Davis 
Davock M. E. clerk, 66 Sacramento 



Dawson G. L. carman, h. 179 Pacific 
Dawson John, tailor, at James Ardle's 
Dawes Wm. attorney, office 83 Bush 
Dauvs "Win. attorney, office 178 Montgom- 
ery, 2d floor 
Day F. H. hook -keeper at Page, Bacon & 

Co's. h. cor. Sansome and Bush 
Day Howard, tinner, at Mitchell & Co'3. 

Sansome 
Day O. F. clerk, 116 Sansome 
Day Francis, carman, h. N. W. corner Union 

and Kearny 
Day Henry, blacksmith, boards 129 1 .< Jackson 
I 'ay Alvin, manuf. of Dr. Cronk, 77 Jackson 
Day Henry C. saloon, cor. Davis and Clark 
Day George W. barkeeper. Bank Exchange, 

Montgomery Block 
Dayley James C. Secretary Merchants' Line 

Pilots. Vallejo street wharf 
Dayton Joseph P. painter, rear of Atwill's 

music store 
Dayton Frank, barkeeper, cor. Montgomery 

and Commercial 
Deady Peter, laborer, h. Powell bet. Jackson 

and Pacific 
Deane James R. painter, h. Stockton, between 

Greenwich and Lombard 
Dean John, musician, boards at 191 Kearny 
Dean A. boarding house, corner Spring and 

Summer 
Dean Oliver & Co. com. mer's. 155 Sansome 
Dean Horace F. barkeeper, Vallejo st. wharf 
DeBrot Henry, h. west side Stone, between 

Washington and Jackson 
DeBrusle L. dry goods, 1 58 Sacramento 
DeCassins Madam, astrologer, 381 Stocktou 
DeCanip Jos boards south side of Broadway 

above Mason 
DeCanip Jas C. laborer, h. 134 Broadway 
Decker Jos. baker. Clay, 2 doors below Mason 
Decker John H. grocer, 49 Montgomery 
DeCosta John N. grocer, 281 Dupont 
Decanden E. grocer, 205 Pacific 
De Cracke J. hardware, comer Sansome and 

Jackson 
De Courcy J. saloon. 111>£ Front 
Deen James, h. 5 Virginia 
Deevy R. W. surgeon, boards at Eastern 

change, 4 Commercial 
De Fiennes J. B. attorney, office 4 Bolton & 

Barron's building 
De Fremery James, consul of Mecklenburg 

Schwerin, 168 Samsome 
Defteubach Thomas B. printer "Daily Com- 
mercial Advertiser" office 
De Groot Augustus, bark'pr, 132 Montg'mry 
De Groot G. W. carpenter, b'ds 147 Sensome 
Dehart A. M. blacksmith. 88 Bush 
Deibrech L. saloon, 181 Pacific 
Deitz Geo. & Go. camphene manuPtrs, Mer- 
chant, betw'n Montgomery and Sansome 
Deitz T. W. camphene manufact'r, Merchant 

between Montgomery and Sansome 
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Deitz A. C. clerk camphene manuf. Merchant, Denny J. B. stall No. L2 New World .Market 



between Montgomery and Sansome 
i so. artist, boards 23 Pike 
ibapelle A. & Co. proprietors of "Le 
Messager." .">•"> Commercial, corner Front 
Delanev Matthew, verteriuary surgeon and 

horse shoer, 252 Stockton 
Delanev Matthew, blacksmith, 30 Webb, h. 

cktoo near Jackson 
Delany Chas. Mc'C. attorney. Parson's b'dg 
Delany M. auct. and com 59 and (il Sacr'to 
Delanone. upholsterer. 162 Washington 



Denny John W. house and Bign painter. Mer- 
chant, betw'n Montgomery and Sansome, 
h. 143 Dupont 
Denny S. P. gilder and onuunenter. 129 Cal- 
ifornia, h. 2.") 9 Kearny 
Denney Alex'r, Magnolia Saloon, 162 Kearny 
Denman Jas. teacher, boards at 160 Mission 
Denman ('.apt. O.L. contractor. 42 Sacram'to 
Denslow Charles E Eagle livery and Sales 

Stable-. 104 and 106 Kearny 
Deninbaltol Ira. laborer, boards at 20 Ohio 



Delahnty & Skelly, Umpire soda water manf. Depawn B. barkeeper, 1U4 Commercial 

83 Pine De Prefontaine J. R. reporter "Times and 

Delahnty John. Empire soda water manuf. i Transcript." 

B3 Pine Derbec, editor "Echo du Pacifique, - ' Alta 

■dlisser Henry, writing clerk. 45 Sacram'to ' building [Sansome 

Deliagre P. general agency. 94 Merchant, h. Derby S. J. brass founder, Halleck. near 

N. Beach Derby Owen E. porter, cor. Clay and Front 

Dellepiane Joseph, grocer, cor. Jackson and Derham D. flour dealer, 86 Davis 

Dupont Derman C W. Cochituate baths 

Delger F. shoestore. Bush near Montgomery Deroep John, carpenter, h. First near Howard 



De Lous'. McNeil c\r Co. hardware. Battery. 
between California and Sacramento 

De Long F. hardware. Battery, between Cali- 
fornia and Sacramento 



De Ro. Bendixen & Go. auctioneers, 41 Cali- 
fornia, between Front and Davis 

De Ro Chas auctioneer, 41 California, betw'n 
Front and Davis 



De Long James, hardware. Battery, between De Ronceray Chas. ship and custom house 



California and Sacramento 
De Long John, at Adam- & Co's Express 
Be La Montanya. stove dealer. 126 Jachson 
De La Montanya Jas. stove il.'r. 126 Jackson 
De La Montanya Hudson, stove dealer, 126 

Jackson 
De La Montanya Matthew, stove dealer, 126 

Jackson 
De La Montanya Joseph, lumber merchant, 

junction California and Drum 
- G B. butcher, h. Fourth near Mission 
Dempsey John J brush m'kr. 116 Montg'rv 



broker, 67 Sacramento. 2d floor 
Derrick John, carpenter. 39 Davis, 2d floor 
Dessau J. H. h. Green, between Stockton and 

Powell 
Desterre Wm. grocer, cor. B'way and Dupont 
De St. Ours P. J. dry goods, 158 Sacram'to 
De St. Martina E. J. 'clerk, 179 Clay 
De Sola E. importer. 86 Sacramento 
De Satrustegui J. M. consul for Spain and 

Parma. 159 Battery 
Detzer G. W. saddler, 138 Sansome 
Detien John, boarding house, 51 Sansome 



Dempster Clancey F firm of I). L. Ross & Deufrev Capt. S. D. h. Berry 

Co. 113 Battery, res. Oriental Hotel De Uprey Mrs. E. 162 Sacramento. 2d floor 

Dempster Richard, laborer, 149 Battery Dewelin John, h. cor. Kearny and Broadway 

De Marest Dr. 137 Washing'on, 2d floor Devilin Matthew, butcher, 80 Pacific 

Dennis Mrs. Caroline, astrologer. Union. 2 Devi nney Jos. stevedore, boards at 23 First 

doors from Stockton Devine Michael, groom. 19 Battery 

Dennis R S. butcher, h. Minna, bet. Second Devaul John, butcher, 43 Broadway 

and Third Devoe Jas. B. boards at 48 Bush 

Dennis Geo. wire worker, 16 First. 2d floor j Devercy A. P. md'ze jobber, 89 Battery 



De Witt A: Harrison, com. merchants, 189 

and 191 Sansome 
De Witt Alfred, com. merchant, 189 and 191 

Sansome, h. 56 Broadway 
De Witt & Hatch, builders, 13 Leidsdorff 
De Witt Andrew, builder, 13 Leidsdorff, h. 

cor. Sutter and Dupont 
Dewey Elijah, salesman, 132 Clay 
Denel H. carpenter, h 217 Stockton, corner Dewey Squire P. real estate auctioneer. 137 

Clay California, boards at Oriental 

Dennoe Mrs. E. widow, h. Jessie, near Annie Dewey Samuel L. produce com. mer. 32 Clay 
Deniercy Frontier, butcher, h. 7 Kearny Dexter Charles H. Head Quarters, cor. Com- 

De Nouvion T. grocer, corner Pacific and mercial and Kearny, h. St. Mary's place 

Sansome Dexter Henry C. clerk, 38 Commercial 

Denny Kdward, cigars, corner Kearny and Dexter Henry S. engineer. U. S. Dry Dock, 

Commercial ^ cor. Sansome and Jackson, 2d floor 



Dennis Wm. E. storage, 17 California, h. 167 

Mis-ion 
Dennis Samuel, comedian S. F. Theatre, h. 

cor. Washington and Maiden lane 
Dennison Wm. carpenter, b'ds 147 Sansome 
Dennison Richard, tinner, b'ds 147 Sansome 
Dennison Samuel. Hotel. Mission Dolores 
Den E. H. m. d. cor. Sansome aud Bush 



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De Young James M. cigars. Union Hotel 
De Young James M. coal yard, cor. Stockton 

and VafTejo. h. Kearny, near Union 
Diamond Wm. M. barkeeper. 137 Wash/ton, 

boards at Franklin Hotel 
Dibble T. H. laborer, h. Lombard, corner 

Kearny 
Dibble Albert, com. merchant. Battery, bet. 

Washington and Merchant 
Dickson J. P. m. d. S. M. Hospital 
Dickson Geo. carman, h. X. side Vallejo, bet. 

Powell and Mason 
Dickson, IteWolr & C >. cmi. mer. 74 Battery 
Dickson Horatio U. com. mer. 74 Battery 
Dick David, baker, 221 Pacific 
Dick James, machinist. Union Iron Works 
Dick David, firm of William Horr & Co. 45 

Sacramento, h. 356 Powell 
Dickinson Wm. P book-k'pr, 129 Montg'ry 
Dickinson 0. Jr. clerk. 109 Battery 
Dickinson Chas. inspector, custom house 
Dickey Geo. S. Jr. apothecary, 181 Sansome 
Dickerman Lyman, clerk, 131 Sansome, h. 

225 Stockton 
Didtey Samuel, carman, h. 56 Minna 
Diettrlan, butcher. 57 Kearny 
Diel V. grocer. 29 Montgomery 
Dietz Geo. <fc Co. camphene and lamps. Mer- 
chant, bet Montgomery and Sansome 
Dietz 'J'. W. firm Geo. Dietz & Co Merchant. 

between Montgomery and Saneome 
Dietch Henry. Lighterman, b'ds Suiter Hotel 
Dietrich Louis, proprietor Atlantic House. 

181 Pacific 
Difflev Peter, mason, h. Everett, 2 doors from 

third 
Diffenderffer Jos. carpenter, Alta Foundry 
Dillon Patrick, French consul office, h cor. 

Jackson and Mason 
Dillon Patrick W. stone cutter. 121 Pine 
Dillon. Hedge & Co. U. S. Mail Stage office, 

Kearny. 2 doors from Merchant 
Dillon John, U.S. Mail Stage office. Kearny, 

2 doors Irom Merchant 
Dillon John II. e'erk. 72 Jackson 
Dillon Jemmett. clerk, 72 Jackson 
Dillon < has. moulder. Alia Foundry 
Dillon J. M. mer. cor. Pacific and Davie 
DHlon T. hardware. 3 Battery 
Dillon Michael, clerk, boards" at 34 Webb 
Dimmers John, fruit store, 255 Dupont 
Diraon J. S. clothing, 176 Clay, h. Wetmore 

place 
Dincklage H. m. d. off. and h. 223 Dupont 
Dinsmore Wm. H. printer. ••( al. Thronicle" 

office, boards at 86 Broadway 
Dinsmore S. machinist. Vulcan Iron Works 
Dining James, laborer, h. 139 Pine 
Dirks Leonard, New Texas House, Clay Bt. 

wharf. 
Dirking August, watchmaker, 60 Pacific 
Divine Wm. carman, h. Lombard, bet. Kearny 

and Dupont 
Dixon J. A- Co. dry goods, 141 Sacramento 



Dixon Samuel, dry goods. 141 Sacramento 
Dixon Jos. laborer, boards at 129 % Jackson 
Dixon Robert, dry goods, X. \V. cor. Mont- 
gomery and Sacramento 
Dix E. F. clerk. 159 Sacramento 
Dix Ezra, blacksmith, 51 Jackson 
Dixt y Francis, cutter. 195 '< lay 
Doane G. F. camphene distiller, Lombard, 

bet. I'owell and Mason 
Doane Michael, carman, Market, bet. Main 

and Beale 
Doane Joseph H. firm of Fritch A Co. coal 

depot. Califi rnia wharf 
Doane. Gray & Smith, storage and com. cor. 

Pine and Davis 
Doane Ghas. storage and com. cor. Pine and 

Davis 
Doan M feed store, 110 Kearny 
Doan Michael, carman. 110 Kearny 
Doak James, express driver, h. 56 Minna 
Dobson John, stone cutter. 121 Mine 
Doble Abner. blacksmith. 152 California 
Dober B. W. boards at Franklin Motel 
Dock Levi, lumber yard, boards cor. Powell 

and Filbert 
Dodd S. L. & Co. stoves. 44 ^ Sacramento 
Dodd Geo. W. runner. 38 Commercial 
Dodd S.P. & Co. stoves. 44 l Sacramento 
Dodd S. P. stoves, 44' .j Sacramento, h. 22 

First 
Dodd Chas. H. clerk, cor. Davis and Sac- 
ramento 
Dodge Henry L. attorney and commissioner 
for Vermont. 90 Merchant, h. California, 
corner Buena Vista 
Dodge Charles, steward Irving House 
Dodge Daniel W. clerk. 34 First, cor. Jessie 
Dodge Robt. K. clerk, 112 Sacramento 
Dodge Daniel W. blacksmith, 16 Bush 
Dodge D. D. carpenter, boards Franklin 

Hotel 
Dodge <fc Co. druggists, 1 Trainer's Row 
Dodge Wm. VV. druggist, I Trainer's R>w, 

h. Stockton, he >r Pine 
Dodge F. >ad lie and harness maker, 76 Cal. 
Doe W. K. A- Co. Kennebec House, Front 
Doherty Mrs. Ann. boarding house, Belden 
Doherty J. blacksmith, h. Belden 
Doherty N . teamster, h. Belden 
Dodos A Hahn J. F. grocers. 98 Kearny 
Dolsen ^'m. First Premium Hat Emporium, 

146 Clay 
Do'an Patrick, shoe store, 288 Dupont 
Dolan Wm. B. saloon, corner Pacific and 

Kearny 
Dolan k Farley, X'ational Hall, cor. Pacific 

and Kearny 
Dolan Michael, police officer. City Hall 
Dolbegny B. grocer, 121 Sansome 
Domeit C H. Oppositio i Line Pilots, corner 

Jackson and Fast. 2d floor 
Domett Wm. E. Opposition Line Pilots, cor- 
ner Jackson and East; 2d Hour 
Donahoo P. laborer, boards 196 Pacific 



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rhoe Mrs. Catharine, Fulton House, 

Bush, between Buttery and Front 
Donahoe J. A. firm Eugene KLelly & Co 
Donohue James, boarding house, 33 Sansome 
Donahue James and Peter, Union Iron VV'ks 
Donnelly Luke, clerk at Eugene Ke.lv & Co's 
Douuelly Edward, lefd store, l!)_' Kearuy 
Donavan .James, boiler maker. 51 Jackson 
iDouavuu James, painter, boards corner Fine 

and Kearny 
j Donovoii Liobt. nurse U. S. Marine Hospital 

Donaldson John, bar-keeper. Oakley's Sal i 

■ Donaldson Alexander C. M. D. N. E. corner 

Battery and Jackson, 2d floor 
Donaldson John, saloon, 112 Sacramento, 

basement 
Donally Edward, laborer, h. S. E. corner 

Kearny and Broadway 
Donnellan Patrick, grocer, Stevenson, near 

Second 
• Door Edward W. carman, h. Jessie near Jane 
j Dooly Morris J. firm Dillon, Hedge A Co. 
I Doolittle W. C. real estate. 2b' Davis. 2d floor 
I Dopman H. grocer. N. W. corner Stockton 

and .lack- in 
i Dopkins Samuel, Columbia Hotel, 119 Pine 
Durau J. carman, h. 396 Pacific 
Doran John, clerk at Ullman A Comins 
Dorau William A Co. saloou, S. side Pacific, 

near Kearuy 
i Dorau Moses, laborer, boards 13 Ohio 
, Doran A Cooper. Foundry Exchange, corner 

Stevenson and Ecker 
; Dorau Peter, Foundry Exchange, cor. Stev- 
enson and Ecker 
Doming Daniel, bar-keeper, Vallejo wharf 
Dorcher John, grocer, corner Pine and Du- 

pont 
Dorsey S. P. at Burgoyne A Co 's 
Borland Thos. boiler maker, 51 Jackson 
Dorwin L. M. dentist. 172 Washington 
Dorwin Geo. VV. clerk. 142 Front 
Dormun O. S. actor, h. Calhoun, bet. Union 

aud Green 
Dormau E. grocer. Calhoun, bet. Cnion and 

Green 
Dormau John, caulker, h. Stevenson, near 

First 
Dorsch M. P. tinner, 208 Montgomery 
Dore A Ross, wholesale liquor dealers. 175 

Sansome 
Dcre Maurice, wholesale liquor dealer, 175 

Sansome, h. Jackson, corner Powell 
Dore A Marston, lumber mer. junction Cal. 

and Market 
Dore Benjamin, lumber mer. junction Cal. 

aud Market, h. First, near Howard 
Dorr Ralph S. com. mer. 47 and 49 Cal. 
Dorr A Flanders, telegraph bakery. 41 Pa- 
cific 
Dorr Jason B. te'.ezraph bakery, 41 Pacific 
Doscher H. grocer, h. cor. Minna aud Jane 
Dott Andrew, book-keeper, at Smiley, Yerkes 

& Co's 



Dotter VV. C. police officer, h. cor. Pine and 

Stockton 
Dougherty Francis, carman, h.%5. E. corner 

Broadway and Taylor 
Douglas A. tailor, h. Greenwich, bet. Stockt'n 

and Dupout 
1 >■ >u _; ;i- J. kV. editor and proprietor of the 

"Pacific" oil. Boiton A Barrons' building 

3d floor 
Douglas John W. firm VVhitton, Towne A 

Co 
Douglas & Co. gen'l. imprs. of liquors and 

provisions, 57 Front 
Douglas Geo. A . gen'l. impr. of liquors and 

provisions. 57 Front 
Douglas Henry L. gen'l. impr. of liquors aud 

provisions, 57 Front 
Douglass A. cabinet maker, 164 Sacramento 
Douglass E. A. clerk, 48 Battery 
Dohgl ss Robert, porter, h. 19 Broadway 
Douglass v\ m. butcher, 62 Pacific 
Douberkee N jeweller. 161 Clay 
Doud John, porter, 189 Sansome 
Doud It. carrier <- S. F. Herald"' 
Doud P. carrier "S. F. Herald'' 
Dovos J. & Co. wholesale liquor dealers, 3 

Orleans Row 
Dovos James, firm of J. Dovos & Co. 3 Or- 
leans Row 
Dovos John, firm of J Dovos & Go. 3 Or- 
leans Row. h. Powell r ear Cay 
D »voa John (_'. clerk. 3 Orleans Row 
Dovos Samuel, carman, 3 Orleans Row 
Dovos John, carman, h. Minna near Second 
Dovos S. A Co. saloon, 65 Davis 
Dow William II. carman at Bond A Hale's 
Dow A Co. imprs dry goods. 4 Mavuard's 

Row 
Dow James G. impr. dry goods, 4 Maynard's 

Row 
Dow Ghas. carman. 81 Front, h. Pine bet. 

Dupont and Kearny 
Dow A m. H. com. mer. cor. California and 

Davis 
Dow Charles W. 32 and 34 Sacramento 
Dow Andrew, carman, 107 Cay 
Dowbrtdge Andrew, jr. mason, h. 118 Pine 
Dowd John, cooper, h. Stevenson uear Sec- 
ond 
Dowd Richard, cook, boards 147 Sansome 
Dowling Richard, journeyman saddler, 82 

Battery 
Downer A. J. & Co. imprs. and jobbers, 88 

Davis 
Downer F. >i. d., 1 Trainer's Row 
Downs George VV. clerk to Board of Port 

Wardens, cor. Drum and Clay 
Downs James, machinist, A.ta Foundry 
Downs S. M. express wagons, h. Pine, near 

First Baptist Church 
Doyle Mrs. E. A. (widow,) h. Pacific, near 

Stockton 
Doyle John, h. Green, between Stockton 

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Doyle Edward, laborer, h. Dupont, between 

Sutter and Post 
Doyle B. ca^ienter, boards corner Pine and 

Kearny 
Doyle E. carman, h. Secoud, between Jessie 

and Jane 
Doyle Thomas, bar-keeper, corner Kearny 

and Market 
Doyle R. E. prop, and editor Price Current 
Doyle Joseph, hackman, h. 56 Minna 
Doyle Patrick, saloon. First, near Tehama 
Doyle James R. teamster, 6 California 
Doyle Augustus, book stand, 104 Sansome 
Doyle Edward S. general contractor, h. San- 
some, near Broadway 
Doyle T. attorney and counsellor, 1G3 Mont- 
gomery, 2d floor, h. Creen, near Stockton 
Doyle David, blacksmith, b'ds Chicago Hotel 
Doyle John T. attorney, 1, 2 and 3 Mont- 
gomery block 
Doyle & Anderson. Empire coal yard, Jack- 
son, 1 door below Stockton 
Doyle James, Empire coal yard, Jackson, 1 

door below Stockton 
Dmke S. G. carpenter, boards 179 Pacific 
Drake Ceo. W. carman, 25 California 
Drake Josiah, com.mer. Niantic Hotel 
Drake S. A. Sonora Emigration Agency, 100 

Merchant, 2d floor 
Drew Chas. carman, h. Lombard, bet. Kearny 

and Dupont 
Drew W. steward, boards corner Pine and 

Kearny 
Dreichfeldt Henry, general importer, 70 and 

72 Montgomery 
Dresher V. printer, "Evening Journal" off. 
Dress Henry, beer house, corner Montgomery 

and Commercial, basement 
Drexel, Sather i: Church, banking house, cor. 

Montgomery and Commercial 
Drexel Francis M. banker, cor. Montgomery 

and Commercial 
Driscoll Daniel, barkeeper, 141 Commercial 
Driard S. Frank. Restaurant, 205 Wash'ton. 
Driug Capt. h. 26 Montgomery 
Driver John, moulder, Alta Foundry 
Drury Chas. W. coffee and spice mills, 116 

and 118 Broadway 
Drury Chas. W. firm of W. H. Bovee & Co. 

123 Sansome 
Drussel Philip, butcher, 258 Stockton 
Drussel Daniel, butcher. 258 Stockton 
Druhi J. W. grocer, corner Union and Var- 

ren place. 
Dryer Benjamin, mason, 94 Pine 
Duboce A. h. Creen, bet. Kearney and Dupont 
Du Bois Lewis, driver of Plummer's express 

wagons, h. Pine, near First Baptist Ch 
Du Bois Theodore B. first mate steamer Sierra 

Nevada, h. 17 Melius 
Du Bois & Westcott, stevedores, 90 Front 
Du Bois T. B. stevedore, 90 Front 
Dubbel Henry, firm of Maddison, Pache & 
Co. 67 Sacramento 



Dubbel II. cook. 4 California 

Duchursnav Louis J. clerk Sutter Iron "Works, 

h. Pike 
Dudley II. D. clerk, 156 Battery 
Duel Henry, carpenter, h. Stockton, near Clay 
Duer John, Jr. deputy collector custom house 
Dufrene Francois, h. 251 Dupont 
Dufriche Chas. clerk, 33 and 35 Sacramento 
Dufficy H. C. hackman, 166 Commercial 
Duff Richard & Co. lumber merch'ts, comer 

Market and Fremont 
Duff V\ m. R. lumber merch't, corner Market 

and Fremont 
Duff Henry J. boarding house, corner Pine 

and Kearny 
Duff Mrs. H. J. millinery, 96 Kearny 
Duff James R. lumber merch't, corner Mission 

and Stewart 
Duffy James, sawyer, Alta Foundry 
Duffy Patrick, laborer, boards at 118 Pacific 
Duffy Patrick, at Pacific Coal Depot 
Duffy James, police officer, City Hall 
Duffey Thomas, laborer, boards at 17 Ohio 
Dufour U. Polka Saloon, 161 Commercial 
Dugare Geo. carpenter, 61 Broadway 
Duhne Herman, h. cor. Sherwood place and 

Third 
Duhn Adolphe, hatter, 174 Clay 
Dujardin Frederick, clerk, 134 Clay, h. Har- 

die place 
Dukes M. imp'r cigars, 140 Washington 
Dulip Augustus, grocer, 213 Dupont 
Dulip & Waddington. wholesale grocers, S. 

E cor. Davis and Jackson 
Dulip John P. wholesale grocer, S. E. cor. 

Davis and Jackson 
Dumartheray F. h. 212 Jackson 
Dumphries John, comedian, boards 23 Pike 
Dunlap James, boards 373 Powell 
Dunlap Joseph, treasurer American Theatre, 

boards at 23 Pike 
Dunlap James, watchman, California wharf 
Dunham B. B. tinner, boards at L47 Sansome 
Dunn James, disti ler, h. 2o5 California 
Dunn John, builder, h. Minna, bet. Jaue and 

Second 
Dunn John F. ship carpenter, h. Minna, near 

Second 
Dunn James, camphene distiller, 125 Com. I 
Dunn P. laborer, h. Russ lane 
Dunn James, blacksmith, 152 California 
Dunn And'w P. moulder, Vulcan Iron Works 
Dunn Dennis, helper, A'ulcan Iron Works 
Dunn & Co. rice mills, Fremont, n_ j ar Market 
Dunn George A. rice mills, Fremont, near 

Market 
Dunn Lawr'ce, apprentice, Union Iron "Works 
Dunn Win. apprentice, Union Iron AVorks 
Dunne & Co. com. merchants, 164 Sansome 
Dunne James, com. merchant, 164 Sansome, 

h. Kearny, near Broadway 
Dunne Peter, com. merchant, 164 Sanson* 

h. Kearny, near Broadway 
Dungan J. S. Post-office, boards Jones' Hotel 



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Dungan A. S. assistant appraiser, appraiser's 

office 
Duncan Peter, clerk, 133 Sacramento 
Duncan Joseph C. Chinese sales rooms, 112 

ramento 
Duncan J. W. carpenter, boards Alta Hotel 
Duncan James, ship carpenter, b'rda Jackson, 

near Drum 
Duncan William L. Chinese sales rooms, 112 

Sacramento, h. Stockton, near Olay 
Dunbar Edward E. 58 Front, 2d floor, house 

Buena Vista 
Dupont ,t Murray, real estate brokers, office 

cor. Merchant and Dunbar al. 2d floor 
Dupuy. Foulkes k Go. com. mer. 146 Batt'ry. 
Dupuy James, clerk. 14(1 Battery 
Duplaine Edward A. C. clerk 'Sutter Iron 

Works, h. Pike- 
Pnpignac A. T. >i. d. and surgeon dentist, 51 

Pacific. 2d floor 
Duren G. wagon rn'kr at Woodside & Brown's 
Duren k Bullard, com. mer. 115 Clay 
Duren W. H. com. merchant, 115 Clay 
Darken Patrick, coachman, Tehama, between 

First and Second 
Durkin John, saloon. 171 Jackson 
Parkin Anthony, h. Union place 
Durkin Edward, messenger custom house, h. 

cor. Folsom and Second 
Duvall Michael, steward Franklin Hotel 
Duval Thomas, lithographer, 110 and 112 

Montgomery 
Pwinelle Samuel H. attorney and notary pub. 
office McAllister's building 
wight George, firm Pollard 6c Co. Express 

Buildings, 102 Montgomery 
wyer David. Washington baths, 174 Wash- 
ington, h. 5 Quincy 
wyer Patrick, baker, Ecker, near Mission 
wyre Michael, stove mounter, 160 Battery 
yer Thos. laborer, h. 365 Stockton 
yer Albert R. 113 Battery 
yer Richard, carman. 62 Clay 
yer F. E. Post-office, h. Jackson 
yke John, porter, 81 Front 

ades William, baker, h. Powell, 3 doors fin. 

Washington 
Cade Joel, carpenter, 32 Webb 
~ade G. carpenter, 32 Webb 
Eadie James, bar-keeper, El Dorado saloon 
Eadie T. R. & Co. druggists, S.W. cor. Jack- 
son and Montgomery 
Eagan Patrick C. h. Green, bet. Dupont and 

Stockton 
Eagan John, police officer, City Hall 
Eagan Thomas, police officer, h. Kearny, 

near Pine 
Eagan John S. painter and glazier, 4 iron 

block, opposite Tehama House 
Eagar Mrs. Lucy, (widow,) h. 163 Mission 
Eagar Thomas, money broker, h. 163 Mission 
jEaglc Mrs. Margaret, boarding house, 23 
First 



|Eames A. C. clerk, 137 Sacramento 

Bames Wm. J. corner Sacramento and Mont- 
gomery, 3d floor 

Earls James, laborer, h. corner Dupont and 
Vallejo * 

Earl & Co. provision dealers, 103 and 105 
Front 

Earl K. M. provision dealer, 103 and 105 
Front 

Earl John O. provision dealer, 103 and 105 
Front 

Earnhart, VV. J. barber, 162 Montgomery 

Eastman Harrison, designer and engraver, h. 
Taylor, 3 doors from Clay 

Eastman T. S. carpenter, b. Taylor, bet. Sac- 
ramento and California 

Eastman Lewis, carpenter, h. Taylor, between 
Sacramento and California 

Eastman *Wm. H. carpenter, at Elliott and 
Tilden's 

Eastman Allen F. carpenter, at Elliott and 
Tilden's* 

Eastman Frank, printer. Franklin Job Office, 
186 Montgomery, h. Taylor, near Clay 

Eastman &: Gordon, builders, 15 Leidsdortf 

Eastman J. S. contractor and builder, Leids- 
dorff, bet. California and Pine 

Eastham Henry F. h. Lafayette, bet. Union 
and Green 

Eastland Jos. G. book-keeper, Union Iron 
Works 

Easton James, cabinet maker, 127 Kearny 

Easton Charles, bar-keeper, Franklin House 

Easton O. W. city weigher and inspector of 
provisions, 41 Davis 

Easton Albert, city weigher and inspector of 
provisions, 41 Davis 

Easton A. J. Steam Laundry Co., Spring 
Valley, Presidio Road 

Easterby Authony. firm of Gray & Easterby, 
197 and 199 S^nsome, and 14 Front 

Easterly J. M. tin and sheet iron, 110 San- 
some 

Eaton William L. clerk, 155 Comercial, 2d 
floor 

Eaton J. W. firm of J. L. Riddle & Co., com. 
mer. h. Pacific, below Stockton 

Eaton Henry, 116 Montgomery 

Eaton Lemuel P <fc Co. wdiolesale and retail 
grocers, 7 Davis, cor. Jackson 

Eaton Maj. A. B., (U. S. army,) boards at 
Oriental Hotel 

Eaton Alex, blacksmith, 16 Bush 

Eaton G. J. merchant, h. Pacific, bet. Stock- 
ton and Powell ■ 

Ebbets Arthur M. firm Lowe, Ebbets & Co. 
60 California, 2d floor 

Ebbets Edw. A. firm Lowe, Ebbets & Co. 60 
California, 2d floor 

Eberlein & Co. restaurant, 18 Sacramento 

Eberlein Charles William, restaurant, 18 
Sacramento 

Eberhardt Jos. proprietor of Eberhardt's Sa- 
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Ecken Miss Odelia, dressmaker, h. Kearny, 

bet. Sutter and Post 
Ecken Joseph, blacksmith, h Kearny, bet. 

' Sutter and Post 
Eckel J. N. m. d off. and h. 114 Pine 
Ecker G. 0. watchmaker. N.E. cor. Clay and 

Montgomery 
Ecker Reuben W. marine bakery, Beale near 

Folsom 
Eclipse Flour Mills, Gold, bet. Montgomery 

and Sansome 
Eddy Charles D. boarding house, 221 Sac- 
ramento 
Eddy Wm. M survey office, 97 Merchant, 

h. Mission, cor. Elizabeth 
Eddy K. W. clerk, 189 and 191 Sansome 
Eddy James C. book-keeper, cor. Battery and 

Sacramento 
Eddington Alex. Mission st. Bakery, 139 

Mission 
Edgar Mrs. Ann, (widow.) 114^ Sacramento 
Edgar George, clerk, Washington, below 

Davis 
Edgerly N. B. clerk. 49 Pacific 
Edgerton E. A. clerk Board of Aldermen, 

City Hall 
Edgerton G. 0. deputy clerk Board of Alder- 
men, < ity Hall 
Edgerton Geo. carpenter, 59 Pine 
Edgecomb Noah, clerk, cor. Battery and Clay, 

2d floor 
Edmonds Frederick, mason, boards Frauklin 

Hotel 
Edson Phillip, carman, h. X. side Card al. 
Edwards Frank, cabinet maker, basement, 

181 Stockton 
Edwards Mrs. Madaline, (widow,) h. S. side 

Union, near Kearney 
Edwards Frank, paper hanger, 202 Clay 
Edward James, M. d., h. Everett bet. Third 

and Fourth 
Edwards David E. Montgomery Baths. 161 

Montgomery 
Edwards A. S wines and Liquors, 103 Bat- 
tery 
Edwards Edward, painter, 106 Jackson, h. 

143 Clay 
Edwards A. L. & Co. com. mer. 175 Front 
Edwards A., printer, Franklin Job Office, 186 

Montgomery. 
Edwards & Bailey, com. mer. 101 Front, 2d 

floor . 

Edwards F com. com. 101 Front, 2d floor 
Edwards Chas. sash and blind manuf. Market, 

near Front 
Edwards James, firm Brown, Brothers & Co. 
134 Montgomery, house Howard, near 
Fourth 
Edwards AVilliam P. merchant, 48 Front 
Edwards & Paucoast, druggists, Davis, near 

Jackson 
Edwards Jas m. d. Davis, near Jackson 
Edwards P clerk at Smiley, Yerkes & Co. 
Edwards Edward, bar-keeper, 112 Sacra. 



Edwards & Bailey, com. mer. 2 Orleans Rov 
Edwards H. F. com mer. 2 Orleans Row 
Edwards Henry B. 129 Montgomery, 2d floo 
Eells R. S. & Co. coaches, carriages, wasrou 

and wagon materials, cor. Pine and Fron 
Efford & Hitchcock, grocers, cor. Calif, rniii 

and Drum 
Efford N. C. grocer, corner California an.: 

Drum 
Egan John, machinist, Sutter Iron Works 
Egelto.i Thomas, mason, b'ds 129>< Jacksoi 
Egen John, grocer, cor. First aud Melius 
Eger A. crockery, 174 Montgomery 
Eggers & Co. grocers, cor. Battery and Bus. 
Eggleston William, foundryman, Union Iroi 

Works 
Ehrenberg H. lithography, 152 Washingtoi 

2d floor 
Ebrich Cal. ladies' fancy goods, 85 Califomi 
Eikcrenkotter A. Paradise House, corne 

Kearny and Pine 
Eilermau H tailor, Brenham place 
Eilerman R. tailor, Brenliam place 
Eilerman Henrv, firm of Lehman & Eilermai 

149)4 Clay 
Einsel John, clerk, 4 Sansome 
Eisen A. F. architect, 100 Merchant, 2d floo: 

h. 108 Broadway 
Eisen & Co. general agents, corner Davis an 

Washington, 2d floor 
Eisen Francis T. general ageut, corner Davi 

aud Washington, 2d floor 
Eisen Axel G general agent, cor. Davis an 

■Washington, 2d floor 
Eisen Augustus, draughtsman, Express b'dgi 

2d floor, h. Stockton, bet. Jackson an 

Pacific 
Eisen Mrs. B. dress and cloak maker, 27 

Stockton, basement 
Elam R. H. Eclipse flour mills, h. 326 Powe 
Elam R. H. com. mer. 127 Jackson, h. 32i 

Powell 
Elbeers M. saloon, 44 Broadway 
Eldredge N. C. Filbert, near M. H. 
Eldredge John, inspector, custom house 
Eldrige James, boards at 37 Webb 
Eldrige H. boards at 37 Webb 
Eldrige John, boards at 37 Webb 
Kidridge H. C. & Co. mer. 89 Front. 2d flo< 
Eldridge A. S. mer. 89 Front, 2d floor 
Eldridge J. Oscar, firm of Dow & Co. 4 Ma; 

nard's row 
Eldridge J. O. firm of R. D. W. Davis & 

60 California 
Elder Wm. baker, 100 Kearny 
Elder Wm bakery. Beale, near Folsom 
Elias R. & Brother, clothing, 51 Pacific 
Elliott W. M. h. Market, bet. Battery ar 

Front 
Elliott Thomas, bookbinder, at LeCount . 

Strong's 
Elliott Gardne. builder, h. Quincy 
Elliott Wm. H. livery and sales stables, Sti 

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Elliott <fe Tilden, builders, h. Quincy 

Elliott Win. H. proprietor Central Hotel, 

229 Clay 
Elliot Joseph, teamster, boards Pacific, bet. 

Powell & Stockton 
Elliot Thomas, sea capt. h. Mason, between 

California aud Sacramento 
Elliot Mrs. h. 256 Stockton 
Elliot Win. jour, baker, Beale, near Folsom 
Elliot Anthony, ship carpenter, h. Fremont, 

near Folsom 
Elliot John, Lodge saloon, 3 Jackson 
Ellis & Williams, intelligence office, 119 Com- 
mercial, 2d floor 
Ellis H. intelligence office, 119 Commercial, 

2d floor 
Ellis A. m. d. office 334 Dupont 
Ellis Moses C. turner, rear Atwill'a music 

store 
Ellis A: Stetson, turners, rear AtwilFs music 

store 
Ellis J. S. shipping office, Front, bet. Broad- 
way and Vallejo 
Ellis Aug. Van Home, boards at Xiantic 

Hotel 
Ellis Geo. grocer, cor Ecker <fe Stevenson 
Ellis Russell, h. 11 Bay State Row 
Ellis M. 61 Battery, h. Green, above Dupont 
Ellis Irving A. inspector, custom house 
Ellery Epes, book stand, 104 Sansome 
Ellinghouse & Cunning-ham, saddle and har- 
ness manf. 162 Sacramento 
Ellinghouse A, saddle and harness manf. 162 

Sacramento 
Ellerhorst H. D. grocer, 109 Front 
Elmore Samuel 0. h. Wetmore place 
Elmer Francis, publisher, boards at Ports- 
mouth House 
Elmdorfs W. A. carrier of "Sun." 
Elroy M. helper, Sutter Iron Works 
Elwell B. carman, 341 Mission 
Ely Alexander, attorney, 33 and 34 Mont- 
gomery Block, boards at Oriental House 
Emauael Isaac, clothing, 95 Commercial 
Emanuel Chas. fancy goods, 82 Montgomery 
Emerson Ralph, agent, h. Prospect place 
Emerson G. E. book binder, at Cooke, Ken- 

uey & Co.'s 
Emerson «fe Gould, saloon, 75 Davis 
Emerson Win. L. saloon, 75 Davis 
Emery Robert, apothecary, at S. Adams' drug 

store 
Emery Robert, blacksmith, rear Union Hotel 
Emery & Bassett, contractors, corner Bush 

and Battery 
Emery Joseph S. contractor, cor. Bush and 

Battery 
Emery & Co. produce, 80 Front 
Emery John, produce. 80 Front 
Emich C. N. tinner, 124 Sausome 
Emmet C. T. attorney, office James King of 

Wm.'s building, 2d floor 
Emons H. L. paints and oils, First 
Empey H. N. lodging house, corner Davis 



and Washington, 2d floor 
Enauld A. book binder, 24 Ohio 
Enders Albert J. engineer, " Cal. Chronicle" 

office, h. cor. Washington aud Powell 
Enders John, pattern maker, Alta Foundry 
England Thomas, architect, office Brenham 

place 
Engelo Francis, shoemaker, Market, between 

Sansome and Battery 
Engels, Hooper & Co. com. merchants, Mer- 
chant, above Battery 
Kngert A. F. C. 58 Front, 2d floor 
English J. mason, boards 163 California 
English Jerome, blacksmith, 53 Sansome 
Ennis Wm. J. baker, 365 Stockton 
Ennis Richard, baker, Pleasant Valley Ba- 
kery 
Euos John M. mason. 76 Battery 
Enos Abraham, mason. 7G Battery 
Enright John, butcher. Washington Market, 

corner Jackson and Kearny 
Enscoe John, m. d. 47 Sausome, corner Pine 
Ensign George H. lumber merchant, corner 

California aud Front 
Ensign & Rusk, restaurant, 82 Pacific 
Ensign E. D. restaurant, 82 Pacific 
Eppstein J. firm of H. Cohu & Co. 86 Cal. 
Erlander Ernest A. bar-keeper, 86 Kearny 
Erlandsen Ernest H. bar-keeper, 86 Kearny 
Ernst Herman, importer Havana cigars, 143 

Clay, h. Valparaiso 
Ernst Herman, cigars, cor. Jackson and East 
Erskin Robt, laborer, h. 89 Pacific 
Erwin John, carman, 125*2 Sansome 
Esche Brothers, Cerman importers, 72 Bat- 
tery, 2d floor 
Eschenburg Rodney, clerk, 98 Front 
Estabrook W. TV. manager Wilson's Ex- 
change 
Estabrook J. K. wagon maker, 141 Mission 
Estell Gen. James M. h. Howard's Row, 

Mission 
Esternault Augustus, cook at Wilson's Ex- 
change 
Estes John S. clerk, 34 First, corner Jessie 
Etheredge Edward, clerk, 131 Commercial 
Euler Julius, commission merchant, 49 and 

51 Front 
Eureka Flouring Mills, corner Powell and 

Francisco 
Evans Geo P. mason, h. E. side Taylor, be- 
tween Green aud Union 
Evans Mrs. Hannah, (widow,) h. 148 Broad'y 
Evans Joha, bath house, Spring Valley 
Evans Wm. actor, h. Pine, betweeu Dupont 

and St. Mary's 
Evans & Vaughan, gas-fitters, 25 Bush 
Evans Seth R. gas-litter, 25 Bush 
Evans John, tailor, 194 Kearny 
Evans W. M. blacksmith, boards 64 Broad'y 
Evans M. R. Eclipse Flour Mills, h. 58 

Broadway 
Evans Clias. seaman, boards 20 Stevenson 
Evans Hale, merchant, Jessie, near Second 



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Evans Roscoe, merchant. Jessie, near Second 
Evans Nelson, clerk at Dore & Marston's 
Evans A. X. teamster, h. First, near Howard 
Evans Abraham, cook, 14 Sacramento 
Evans & Prentice, commission merchants. 

corner of Washington and Davis 
Evans M. R. commission merchant, corner j 

Washington and Davis 
Evans P. J. & Co. lightering, corner Davis 

and Clay, 2d floor 
Evans Theodore, boarding house, Battery, 

near Broadway 
Evans John, Spring Valley Bath House, 

Presidio road 
Evers Augustus, clerk, S. W. corner of Pow- 
ell and Vallejo 
Everard James, notary public, h. 117 Broad'y 
Everett Thomas P. Pioneer Hat Emporium, 

Phoenix Block, 174 Clay 
Everett Warren, porter, 1 Custom House 

Block 
Evenshed Thos. E. clerk, U. S. Surveyor 

General's office, h. Stockton, between 

Clay and Sacramento 
Eveillard & Fredet, saddlers, 130 Kearny 
Eveleth D wight, porter, 87 Front 
Eveleth & Co. commission merchants, 35 

California, 2d floor 
Eveleth S. C. commission merchant, 35 Cali- 
fornia, 2d floor, h. 321 Stockton 
Ewer F. C. clerk, custom house, h. Kearny, 

between Pacific and Broadway 
Ewing Andrew, at I la- tier, Baiues & Co.'s, 

110 and 112 California 
Excelsior Iron Works, 167 California 
Excelsior Flour Mills, Piue, between Kearny 

and Montgomery 
Evere John, carpenter, h. Anthony 
Eyre & Harris, 30 Clay, 2d floor 

Fabre Paul, saloon, 255 Dupont 
Fabens Francis W. counsellor, h. 6 Minna 
Faddis Jas. speculator, h. Folsom, near First 
Fairchild W. engineer, 94 Kearny 
Fairchild John, scenic artist, Am. Theatre, 

" boards 281 Washington 
Fairchild Hiram, inspector, custom house 
Fairchild H. C. engineer Excelsior flour mills, 

Pine 
Fairchild E. J. manuf. of prepared flour, 39 

Jackson 
Fairbanks <fe Co. hardware, corner California 

and Battery 
Fairbanks H. W. hardware, corner California 

and Battery 
Fairfield George 0. clerk at Smith & Co.'s, 

Market street wharf 
Fairfield & Reilly, produce. 69 Clay 
Fairfield Henry, produce, 69 Clay, h. corner 

Green and Montgomery 
Fairfield Chas. C firm of Crowell & Fairfield, 

87 California, 2d floor 
Fair Wm. L. merchant, 43 California 
Fake Geo. S. clerk, custom house 



Falcot Mad. coffee house, 166 Commercial 
Falconer W. H. carpenter, boards Franklin 

Hotel 
Falen Ghas. laborer, 69 Davis, 2d floor 
Falkner, Bell & Co. com mer. 147 Battery 
Falkucr E. F. com. mer. 147 Battery 
Falksteiu & Co. cigars, 04 Commercial 
Fall John C firm of R. A. Brewster & Co. 
Falle F. shoes. 116 Pacific 
Faller B. attorney. 178 Montgomery, 2d floor 
Fales H. P. h. Taylor, bet. Clay and Sacr'tc 
Fallon, Gallagher k Co. Knickerbocker, 2 

Commercial 
Fallon Malachi, Knickerbocker, 2 Commercial 
Fallon & Gallagher, Rip Van Winkle, corner 

Davis and Pacific 
Fallon & Gallagher, Young America, corner 

Jackson and East 
Fallon Owen, police officer, City Hall 
Fannary Patrick, saloon, corner First and 

Stevenson 
Farrel James, laborer, 36 and 38 Battery 
Farrell Conner, laborer, 164 California 
Farrell Thomas, dry goods, 204 Clay 
Farrell Michael, clerk, boards 129'., Jacksoc 
Farewell John W. beer house, cor. Leidsdorf 

and Commercial, basement 
Farwell W. B. insurance and real estate ag't 
iiress building, h. corner Lombard anc 

Dupont 
Farwell John M. insurance and real estate 

agent, Express building, h. cor. Lombard 

and Dupont 
Farwell k Curtis, ship chandlers, 38 Com. 
Farwell J. D. ship chandler, 38 Commercial 

h. corner Stockton & Clay 
Farley Geo. painter, boards at 20 Ohio 
Farley Thos. painter, boards at 20 Ohio 
Farley Chas. butcher, boards at 20 Ohio 
Farley Chas. butcher, corner Pine and Mont 

gomery 
Farley Wm. saloon, cor Pacific and Kearnj 
Farley John, mechanic, boards at 20 Ohio 
Farney James, carpenter, h. Bush street al. 
Fargo F. F. real estate broker, 118 Commen 

cial, 2d floor, h. 131 Dupont 
Fargo & Co. wholesale wines and liquors, 61 

California 
Fargo C. F. wholesale wines and liquors, 65 ! 

California 
Farg-aly Mr3 S. proprietress Merchants' Ho, 

tel, Merchant 
Farmer Richard, laborer, h. Union place 
Farmer John, porter, cor. Davis and Clay 
Farmer M. associate editor "Cal. Chronicle,' 

boards 229 Clay 
Farnum Walter H. flour and grain, 97 Front 

h. Buena Vista 
Farnum H. S. M. journeyman printer, ''S. F 

Herald" 120 Montgomery 
Farr L. blacksmith, 105 Kearny 
Farr Alonzo, firm of Smith & Farr, Centn 

street, Mission Dolores 
Faringer J. clothing, 95 Pacific 



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Farnsworth Wm. 0. driver Robbins' express 

wagons, h. cor. Montgomery and Post 
pgrnsworth Jag. J. laborer, b. O'Farrell 
Farrington & Go. metropolitan clothing, 166 

Washington 
Farrington J. G. metropolitan clothing, 166 
Washington, h. corner Washington and 
Powell 
Farish Thos. E. clerk. 93 Front 
Parish A. P. merchant, corner of Davis and 

Washington, 2d floor 
Farren J. W. carriage maker, Market, oposite 

Oriental 
Faskiug L. shoe store, 152 Bacramento, h* 

163 Clay 
Fasking Louis, boots and shoes, 163 Clay 
Fasking H. clerk, 163 Clay 
i Faures F. C. teamster. 1 Maiden lane,h. Lom- 
bard, near Stockton 
Fauland Gilbert M. book-keeper, Page, Ba- 
con & Co. 
Faures F. C. office ' cor. Battery and Sacra- 
mento, 2d floor 
Faures F. C. teamster, 1 Maiden lane, h. Lom- 
bard, near Stockton 
Faulkner Geo. H. book-keeper, 91 Front 
Faulkner F. laborer, Yulcan Iron Works 
Faulkner P. F. bar-keeper, 1 Commercial 
Faulkner Jackson, bar-keeper, cor. Merchant 

and Montgomery, basement 
Faulder J. C. jour, printer, "S. F. Herald,' 

120 Montgomery 
Favor Frank, painter, 45 Battery 
Fawcett Thos. L. h. Taylor, between Clay and 

Sacramento 
Fay David, soap manf. Chestnut, bet. Mason 

and Taylor 
Fay Logan, soap manf. Chestnut, bet. Mason 

and Taylor 
Fay P. laborer, h. W. side Valiejo alley 
Fay & Willis, com. mer 61 and 63 California 
Fay Caleb P. com. mer. 61 and 63 California 
Fay John, porter, 88 Front 
Featherly & Sayles, stalls 2 and 4 Pacific 

Market 
Featherly H. stalls 2 and 4 Pacific Market 
Featherstone Henry, grocer, corner Valiejo 
and Battery 
i Featherstone Henrv, M. d. corner Valiejo and 
Battery 
Fearn A. R. clerk, 125 ^ Sansome 
Feeks John, clerk, 126 Commercial 
Feiglstock A. cigars, 116 Montgomery 
Feigelstock A. cigars, 76 California 
Feiglestock A. cigars, 1 Custom House Block 
Feigenbaum M. dry goods. TO Battery 
Feihan John, clerk, cor. Melius and First 
Feiderer Wm. custom house clerk, at Alsop 

& Go.'s, 111 and 113 California 
Feldbusch John, clerk, S. W. corner Kearny 

and Post 
Fellows H. attorney, 10 Armory Hall, h. 318 

Stockton 
Fellows & Co. dairymen, Presidio road 



Fellows Thos. dairyman, Presidio road 
Fellows Geo. dairyman. Presidio road 
Felch Alpheus. President Board U, S. Land 

Commissioners. 148 California 
Fenton Patrick, h. cor. Lombard and Taylor 
Fenton Samuel, moulder. Union Iron Works 
Fenton John, steward, 80 Davis 
Fenton 0. A. cooper, boards Franklin Hotel 
Fenuell David, carpenter, boards 196 Pacific 
Feunell M. mason and builder, boards Brook- 
lyn Hotel 
Fenn F. C. M. stationerv aud engraver, 184 
Clay, Court Block [Clay 

Fenno Geo. restaurant, Arcade Saloon, 175 
Fenner £ Tvler, attornevs- and counsellors, 

149 Clay, 2d floor 
Fenner Charming- G. attornev and counsellor, 

149 Clay, 2d floor 
Feolemau Samuel, clothing. 59*4 Commercial 
Ferguson Wm. carpenter, cor Dupont and 

Bush 
Ferguson C. deputy city tax collector 
Ferguson John, com. mer. 51 California, cor. 

Front, 2d floor 
Ferguson J. & T. produce, 53 Clay 
Ferguson John, assistant post master, h. 17 

Minna 
Ferral & Smith, saloon, corner Battery and 

Jackson 
Ferral John, saloon, corner Battery and 

Jackson 
Ferrall Peter B. merchant, 165 Sansome, cor. 

Gold 
Ferrell T. hay market, Market, bet. Main and 

Beale 
Ferreira Antonio J. h. Bush, bet. Dupont and 

Stockton 
Ferris Mrs. Helen, (widow.) boarding house, 

23 Pike 
Ferris James, h. 248 Dupont 
Ferris A. carpenter, boards Franklin house 
Ferris, Holman & Co. general merchandise, 

70 California 
Ferris George, gen'l md'se, 70 California, h. 

Mission, near First 
Ferrenbach H. watchmaker, 262 Dupont 
Fernandez <£ Payton, com. mer. Front, near 

California 
Fernandez Jose A. com. mer. Front, near 

California 
Ferno d & W T hidden, blacksmiths. 89 Pine 
Fernold David L. blacksmith. 89 Pine 
Fescher Chas. book-keeper. 105 Montgomery 
Feudal! Philip R. inspector Custom House 
Feusier Lewis, clothing, 195 Kearny 
Feusier Francis, clothing, 195 Kearny 
Feusier Henry, impr. 195 Kearny 
Feuerstein R. com. mer. 170 Sansome 
Fick & Phelps, ship smiths, Drum, near 

Sacramento 
Fick J. H. ship smith, Drum, near Sacra. 
Field William H. nurse, S. M. H spital 
Field A. E. 114 Broadway 
Field Joseph, steward, at M. L. Winn's 



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Field S. S. book-keeper, 159 Sacramento 
Field S. 0. toll keeper, first pate, Mission 
Fielding Joseph, porter, 60 California 
Fierro Felipe, i hilean Consul, 87 Front, 2d 

floor, boards 21 First 
Firsendean Madame, saloon, 148 Kearny 
Figura L. cabinet maker, 159 Sacramento 
Figel & Tuska, clothing and furnishing, 191 

Clay 
Figel Joseph, clothing and furnishing, 191 

Clay 
Figg E. B. merchant, 40 Clay, 2d floor 
Fil.ibrown James, h. Milton place 
Finney Thomas, mason, h. Stockton, near 

Clay 
Finney C. G. dentist, office 197 Clay, 2d 
floor, h. corner Sacramento and Prospect 
place 
Finley H. mason, boards at J. A nereis, Tay- 
lor 
Finley J. W. notary public, 91 Merchant 
Finley Joseph VV. notary public, 146 Mont- 
gomery, h. California, 4 doors above 
Kearny 
Finsley Win porter, 73}£ Jackson, h. Pacific, 

near Sansome 
Finberg A. jeweller, 228 Dupont 
Fink D. jeweller, 145 Kearny 
Finagan John, Branch Hotel 
Finagan Peter, carman, boards 68 Montg'y. 
Finegan James C. tinner, 190 Kearny, base- 
ment 
Finnigan James, laborer, boards 118 Pacific 
Fischer F. shoe maker, 1 52 Sacramento 
Fischer G. A. butcher, 100 Broadway 
Fischer John, Arcadia beer house, Kearny, 

near Commercial' 
Fish Benjamin F. carman, 4 Orleans Row 
Fish William H. h. Clay 
Fish N. <fe Co. ladies' furnishing store, 187 

Clay 
Fish Edwards, boards St. Mary's place 
Fish Charles, book-keepor, 92 Davis 
Fish J. H. wharfinger, Jacksou-st. wharf 
Fishbourne R. VV. lithographer, 18 Ohio 
Fiske Henry G. tin and sheet iron, 174 Kear- 
ny, basement 
Fiske Edward S. tin and sheet iron, 174 

Kearny, basement 
Fisk & Loring, saloon, 176}^ Clay and Orien- 
tal block 
Fisk W. T. saloon, 176>< Clay 
Fisk Thomas L. cashier, Page, Bacon & Co's 
Fisk Alfred, laborer, boards 221 Sacramento 
Fisk Richard, clerk, 85 Commercial 
Fisk Royal, com. mer. corner California and 

Davis 
Fisk B. carpenter, boards Franklin Hotel 
Fisher L. VV . teller, at Page, Bacon & Co's • 
Fisher Marce, clerk, 202 Clay 
Fisher Benjamin A. carriage rnanuf. Kearny, 

bet. Sutter and Post 
Fisher John, carpenter, h Market, bet. Du- 
pont and Kearny 



Fisher & Co. hats and caps, 85 Commercial 
Fisher C. A. hats and caps. 85 Commercial 
Fisher A. A. hats and caps, 85 Commercial 
Fisher S. dry goods, 22 First 
Fisher L. P. news agent, Merchants' Exc'ge. 

123 Sacramento 
Fisher ( harles, stone cutter, cor. Bush and 

Battery 
Fisher H. C. book-keeper. 1 Orleans Row 
Fisher William, boarding house, cor. Jackson 

and Davis 
Fisher Geo. secretary to Board of U. S. Land 

Commissioners, 148 California, h. 195 

California 
Eitzgera'd Richard, carpenter, h. S. side 

Green, near Powell 
Fitzgerald Edward, h. 353 Dupont 
Fitzgerald H. clerk, at Hussey, Bond k 

Hale's 
Fitzgerald T. G. pioneer machine sewing co. 

45 Battery, 2d floor 
Fitzgerald Thomas, carpenter, boards 64 

Broadway 
Fitzgerald E. & Co. hardware, 100 Battery 
Fitzgerald Ezekiel, hardware, 100 Battery 
Fitzgerald Stephen, laborer, h.Stevenson, near 

Second 
Fitzgerald Patrick, laborer, h. Stevenson, near 

Ecker 
Fitzgerald Michael, laborer, h. Stevenson, 

near Ecker 
Fitzgerald William, laborer, h. Stevenson 

near Ecker 
Fitzgerald M. helper, Vulcan Iron Wort 
Fitzgerald Michael, steward, 119 Sacrument 
Fitch Henry S. & Co. real estate auctione 

157 Montgomery 
Fitch & Co. Happy Valley Mills, cor. First 

and Melius 
Fitch H. S., Happy Valley Mills, cor. First 

and Melius 
Fitch Robert J. laborer. 41 Davis 
Fitch & Co. storage and commission, 

Sacramento 
Fitch G. K. & Co. brokers, 120 Montgomery 

h. 301 Stockton 
Fittstone G. carpenter, house Everett, near 

Third 
Fitzpatrick Daniel, teamster, h. Jessie, near 

Jane 
Fitzpatrick John, laborer, h. Annie, near 

Jessie 
Fitzpatrick John, warehouseman, Front, bet. 

Green aud Union 
Fitzpalrick John, waiter, U. S. Maria 

Hospital 
Fitzhugh Edmond C. attorney, McAllister's 

building 
Fitz^ibbous John, ship carpenter, boards 40 

First 
Fitzgibbon M. E. carman, at Case, Heiser 

& Co.'s 
Flaherty Warren, carpenter, boards S. sic 

Vallejo, between Powell and Stockton 



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THE MOST MAGNIFICENT SUITS OF ROOMS FOR DAGUER 
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Daguerreotypes taken in every style of the Art, in a ver 

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THE NEWLY INVENTED 

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Taken to perfection in these Galleries. 

Daguerreotypes, Engravings, PaJjitings 

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Flaherty M. 114 Broadway 

Flanders Nathan, wharf builder, h. S.E. cor. 

Taylor and Clay 
Flanders Joseph, granite setter, h. Trinity, 2 

doors from Pine 
Flanders J. C. firm of Dorr & Flanders, 41 

Pacific 
Flanagan Moses E. merchant, City Hall 
Flanigau John, clerk, 50 California 
Fleming Thomas, h. Mason, cor. Filbert 
Fleming Samuel, printer, "Evening Journal" 

office 
Fleming Stephen R. clerk, 44 Bush 
Fleming John, labore:*, h. Vallejo, bet. Bat- 
tery and Sansome 
Fleming John J. Bay Market, 59 Pacific 
Fleming John, carman, 197 and 199 Sansome 
Flemming B. laborer, h. 10 Pike 
Flenner Thos. dry goods, 204 i lay. 
Fletcher, Franklin Arcade. 29 and 31 "Webb 
Fletcher F. bowling saloon, 159 Commercial, 

h. 31 Webb 
Fletcher Crawford, clerk to City Marshal, 4 

City Hall 
Fleishman J. book-keeper, Front, near Cal- 
ifornia 
Fleury J. R. clerk, 41 California, 2d floor 
Fleury & Michael, grocers, corner Bush and 

hansome 
Fleetwood John, carman, h. 268 Pacific 
Flint, Peabody & Co com. mor. cor. Broad- 
way wharf and Front 
Flint James P. com merchant, cor. Broadway 

wharf and Front 
Flint Edward P. com. merchant, cor. Broad- 
way wharf and Front 
Flint J. H. lumber merchant, Battery, oppo- 
site Oriental, h. Oriental Block 
Flint Edward, agent Pacific Mail S. S. Co. 

cor. Leidsdorff and Sacramento 
Flint Wilson, storage, Flint's wharf, h. Tele- 
graph Hill 
Flint Daniel, clerk. Flint's wharf 
Flint John, journeyman printer, Commercial 
job printing office, h. Clay, bet. Mason 
and Taylor 
Flint William C. bar-keeper, Custom House 

Block 
Flintoff Joseph, blacksmith, 59 Halleck, h. 

Howard 
Flower Samuel, associate editor S. F. Herald 
Floyd Wm. camphene distiller, h. Greenwich, 

between Mason and Powell 
Flood Morris, porter, 108 Montgomery 
Flood J. C. auction lunch, 133 Sansome, h. 

286 Washington 
Flood Christopher, laborer, 6 California 
Flood John, watchman custom house 
Fluker Francis, tinner, b'ds at Chicago Hotel 
Flynn Patrick, baker, at M. L. Winn's 
Foard Thomas J. printer "Golden Era," 186 

Montgomery 
Foard J. Macdonough, editor and proprietor 
"Golden Era," 186 Montgomery 



Foard J. W. & Co. merchants, 129 Sausome, 

2d floor 
Fobes G. P. Court Block, 182 and 184 Clay, 

2d floor 
Foerster Peter B. proprietor "Freie Presse," 

109 Clay, 2d floor 
Fogarty Wm. laborer, appraiser's office, h. 

Dupont, bet. Sutter and Post 
Foggo J. H. clerk, 102 Battery 
Fogus S. C. boards at Wilson's Exchauge 
Foil Wm. bar-keeper, cor. Davis aud Clark 
Folsom E. J. grocer 121 Broadway 
Folsom J. L. office X. E. cor. California and 

Leidsdorff 
Folger E. P. oil factory, 114 Broadway 
Folger Frank, at Hussey, I'oud & Hale's 
Folger Jas. A. clerk at Wadsworth & Rock- 
well's 
Folger Francis B. com mer. cor. California 

and Davis 
Folger & Tubbs, ship chandlers, 49 Pacific, 

near Front 
Folger Capt. W. H. ship chandler, 49 Pacific, 

near Front 
Foley Samuel M. at Newhall & Gregory's 
Foley Marcus, caulker, boards at 40 First 
Foley D. helper Sutter Iron Works 
Foley Terrence, wholesale grocer, 50 Cali- 
fornia 
Follett D. W. clerk, 126 Front 
Fonda Alfred, mer. corner Jackson and San- 
some, 2d floor, h. N. side Green, between 
Daponl ami Kearny 
Foratte Kims, pilot, h. S. side Union, between 

Powell & Mason 
Foreman I bury, grocer, 239 Dupout 
Ford Henry, laborer, h. corner Kearny and 

Lombard 
Ford J. M. daguerrian artist, 203 Clay,2d floor 
Ford AVm. grocer, 207 Clay, h. Pine, near 

Stockton 
Ford N. M. clerk, 60 California 
Ford Henry, boarding house, 14 Sacramento 
Ford B. F. Opposition Line Pilots, corner of 

Jackson and East, 2d floor 
Ford J. proprietor Clinton House, Jackson, 

between Davis and Front 
Ford J. com merchant, 92 Davis 
Ford Richard H. inspector, custom house 
Ford Patrick, porter, 164 Sansome 
Forcing Chas. baker, 160 Kearuy 
Forsyth E. A. clerk, 100 Sansome 
Fordham R. B. com. mer. 175 FYont 
Forbes John, machinist, Union Iron Works 
Forbes Arthur, laborer, boards at 17 Ohio 
Forman William D. & Co. wholesale grocers, 

Davis, near Jackson 
Foreman John, miller, boards at 149 Sansome 
Fortune Richard, porter, 94 Front 
F'ortune J A. clerk, cor. California and Bat- 
tery, 2d floor 
Fortune Henry, porter, 111 Battery 
Foster Joseph F. h. cor. Janson and Lombard 
F'oster Chas. E. resides at Dr. Ober's 



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Foster Samuel F. laborer, Market, bet. Main 

and Beale 
Foster Abr'm, apprentice Union Iron Works 
Foster F. A. com. merchant, 90 Front 
Foster A. J. clerk, 90 Front 
Fossorier A. watchmaker, 21 Sacramento 
Foulke L. M. clerk, 64 Battery 
Foulkes Thomas, clerk, 146 Battery 
Fountain G. C. feed store, 116 Sansome 
Fountain C. G. feed store, 77 Pine, boards at 

Niantic 
Fouts D. L. store keeper's clerk appraiser's 

store 
Fouchcr J. J. wholesale and retail flour dealer, 

cor Sacramento and Battery, h corner 

Green and Brannan 
Fowler Oscar G. clerk, 162 Clay 
Fowler J.'W. laborer, boards 12932 Jackson 
Fowler J. L. pilot, h Stockton, between Bush 

and Sutter 
Fox & O'Connor, liquors, corner Commercial 

and Leidsdorff 
Fox Win. B. liquors, corner Commercial and 

Leidsdorff 
Fox Joseph, clerk, 12 Ohio 
Fox G. painter, 28 California 
Fox H. Allen, gunsmith, 73 Davis 
Fox J. P. proprietor Alta Hotel, Davis 
Foye Chas. E. sailmaker, Jackson st. wharf 
Francis George, saloon, 242 Pacific 
Francis Miss Helen, housekeeper, 147 San- 
some 
Francis D. B. carman, 47 and 49 California 
Francis Wm. H. book-keeper, 32 Clay 
Francis A. printer, boards at 89 Pacific 
Francis S;muel, Jr. U. S. Hotel, 66 Pacific 
Francis Samuel, proprietor U. S. Hotel, 66 

Pacific 
Francis George, firm of N. C. Stetson & Go. 

126 Montgomery 
Franklin Flour Mills, 94 Kearny 
Franklin Stephen, at Burgoyne & Co's 
Franklin John H. at Burgoyne & Co's 
Franklin, Selim & Edward, real estate aucts. 

102 Merchant, h. O'Farrell, near Powell 
Franklin Job Printing Office, 186 Montgom- 
ery, 2d floor 
Franklin Lumley, agent for British Commer- 
cial Life Insurance Co. 102 Merchant 
Frawley James, Pleasant Valley Hotel, cor. 

Ecker and Clementine 
Frawley Patsey. moulder, Alta Foundry 
Frazier Joseph R carpenter, 194 Jackson 
Frazier James, machinist, 41 Battery, 2d floor 
Frazier & Kimball, carpenters and caulkers, 

corner Market and Main 
Frazier Daniel, carpenter and caulker, corner 

Market and Main 
Frazer John, laborer, 149 Battery 
Frazer Wm. inspector, custom house 
Fraser S. manuf. of iron doors and shutters, 

Battery, near Broadway 
Fraser William, jour, printer, "Oal, Courier" 

office 



Frankel Samuel, tailor, 206 Clay 

Franck Frederick & Co. com. merchants, 154 

Washington 
Franz B. cigars, 168 Clay 
Franks & Olmstead, md'ze brokers, 85 Clay 
Franks Geo. md'ze broker. 85 Clay 
Franks' Dining Saloo'i, 135 California 
Frank M. dry goods, 90 Sacramento 
Frank F. C. saddler, 75 California 
Frank O. H. Hanoverian consul, 70 Battery, 

2d floor 
Frank John flour packer, 94 Front 
Frank Frederick & Co. com. mer. 97 Pine 
Frey Wm. cabinet maker, 159 Sacramento 
French A. G. daguerrian operator, at E. H. 

Vance's 
French B. F. carpenter, boards at 159 Pine 
French S. T. carpenter, h. Bush, near Mont- 
gomery 
French & Ruggles, importers and dealers iu 
pantaloons, corner of Sacramento and 
Leidsdorff 
French C. C. importer and dealer in panta- 
loons, h. First, bet. Howard and Folsom 
French S. F. moulder, Sutter Iron Works 
French T. B. liquors and cigars, 37 Davis 
French Augustus, stove manf. 37 Sacram'to 
French M. A. clerk at Jones' Hotel 
French Lewis, boarding house, 21 Broadway 
Freeks G. F. gas fitter, at J. B. M. Crook's 
Frecon Claudius, boards at 229 Sacramento 
Freres Level, dry goods, corner Dupont and 

Pacific 
Frenndt, firm of Godfroy, Sillem & Co. bank- 
ers and com. mer. 141 Clay 
Freebond Wm. firm of Goodwin & Co. 62 

California 
Freeman Jacob, tinsmith, 75 \t> Kearny 
Freeman Peter, laborer, h. Green, bet. San- 
some and Montgomery 
Freeman John, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
Freeman Hoyt, merchant, 54 Commercial 
Freeman Wm. B. shipsmith, Market stree) 

wharf 
Free Wm. machinist, 187 Montgomery, h. 

Washington place 
Free Wm. tinner, boards at 147 Sansome 
Frederick C. druggist, Kearny, near Mission 
Fredendale Samuel, clothing, 63 Pacific 
Fremeny P. mason, 86 Sacramento 
Frisch J. G. grocer, corner of Greenwich and 

Janson 
Frick Jacob, jour, printer, "Gal. Courier" 

office 
Friedlander L. & Co. dry goods, 167 Clay 
Friedlander & Nathan, importers of diamonds, 

jewelry and watches, 181 Clay 
Friedlander A. jewelry, 181 Clay 
Friedlander J. & Co. general merchants, 60 

California, 2d floor 
Friedlander W. clothing, 63 Pacific 
Friedenberg A. wholesale clothing, 64 Batt'y 
Friel Wm. stoves, 96 Pacific 
Fries Chas. corn extracter, 184 Kearny 



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Fridell Henry, laborer, at Cooke, Kenney 

& Go's [floor 

Friedman Joseph, trader, 173 Sansome, 2d 

Friend Augustus, cabinet maker, boards at 

129)4 Jackson 
Friens M. com. merchant, Market, between 

Fremont and Beale 
Frink Geo. W. manager Tehama House 
Frisbie John B. 8 Armory Hall. 3d floor 
Fritch <fe Co. coal depot, junction California 

and Market 
Fritch George, coal depot, junction California 
and Market, h. Kearny, between Green 

and Union 
Frizzle James, ex-police officer, City Hall 
Frohn Chas H. clerk at Boyd & Co.'s 
Froment Morris, carpenter, 8 Sacramento. 
Froutiu Joseph, com. merchant, 85 Clay 
Frothingham . John, pattern maker, Union 

Iron Works 
Frothingham George, clerk, 3 Battery 
Frost & Richards, house and sign painters. 

96 California, 2d floor 
Frost Geo. W. intelligence office, 64 Sansome 
Fry John II. attorney, office 174 Olay 
Fuchs F. machinist, Yalltjo, between Dupont 

and Stockton 
Fucks John, waterman, Cochituate Baths 
Fuceibrinch 0. F. cigars, 215 Washington 
Fuller C. A. h. Green, bet Kearny i" Dupont 
Fuller C. A. fancy store, cor. Clay and Kearny 
Fuller John, laborer, boards St. Mary's lane 
Fuller L. P. watches, jewelry and silverware. 

115 Montgomery, corner Merchant 
Fuller 0. new and second-hand furniture, 61 

Montgomery 
Fullerton James, wagon maker, 80 Kearny 
Fullerton Wm. G. 72 and 74 California 
Pollard Wm. h. 238 Stockton 
Fulton Edward, Tattersalls livery stables, 163 

Sacramento 
Fulton Jas. H. real estate agent, 200)4 Clay, 

2d floor 
Fulton Wm. watchman at Gibbons it Lam- 
mot's, California, below Front 
Fulda M. & Brother, clothing, 39 Commercial 
Furstenthal G. R. clerk at Robtert Josephi 

& Co.'s 
Furman Lewis, grocer, 49 Broadway 
Furmau M. H. attorney, Parson's building. 

Clay 
Fury Thos. apprentice, Yulcan Iron "Works 
Fuzzard Henry, hatter, h. Fremont, near 

Folsom 

Gadxer Johx H. N. h. corner Taylor and 

Lombard 
Gaffhey M. dealer in liquors, 171 Front 
Gafney Wm. clerk, 184 Montgomery 
Gafney Patrick, cook, 70 Davis 
Gage J. carman, h. Union place 
Gager James H. stock dealer, 97 Merchant 
Gailhard Charles, St. Francis Hotel, corner 

Dupont and Clay 



Gailhard Bernard, St. Frauds Hotel, corner 

Dupont and Clay 
Gailhard Gabriel, St. Francis Hotel, corner 

Dupont and Clay 
Gailhard Peter, St. Francis Hotel, corner 

Dupont and Clay 
Gailhard Austin, St. Francis Hotel, corner 

Dupont and Clay 
Gaime, Guillemot & Co. jewellers, 103 Mont- 
gomery 
Caime H. jeweller, 103 Montgomery 
Gaitly M. tailor, 117 Clay 
Galloway J. builder, h. 34 Powell 
Galloway Wm. pilot, h. 60 Broadway 
Galloway Joseph, pile driver and contractor, 

corner East and Broadway 
Galloway Win. saloon, Vallejo Wharf 
Galloup J. B. clerk, 49 Commercial 
Galper Edward, stall 11 Xew World Market 
Galbrath M. C. h. N. side Clay, above Stock. 
Galligher John, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
Gallager W. E. watchman, custom house 
Gallagher Chas. saloon, 156 Kearny, h. 4 St. 

Mary's place 
Gallagher Thos. gas-pipe layer, Union Iron 

Works 
Gallagher II. commission merchant, 98 Front 
Gallagher Edward, Knickerbocker, 2 Com- 
mercial 
Gallagher Bernard, wagon maker, 21 Bush, h. 

.'lil Montgomery 
Gallaghar John, carman, 81 Davis 
Galavatti T. dancing academy, 252 Dupont, 

2d floor 
Gallego Company's Mills and Bay Mills, 149 

Battery 
Galixon Henry, upholsterer and paper hanger, 

145 and 147 Clay 
Gamage Samuel, h. Minna, between Second 

and Third 
Gamage Samuel, storage, 43 California 
Gamble A- J- Arcade Saloon, 175 Clay and 

L50 Commercial 
Gamble R. T. bar-keeper, National Hotel, 

Mission Dolores 
Gambell W. C. & Co. furniture and bedding, 

100 Sansome 
Game M F. at Cross & Co.'s 
Gannau James, wheelwright, 194 Sansome 
Gannon James, boarding house, 13 Sacramen- 
to, 2d floor 
Gannon J. watchman, custom house 
Gannon J. wheelwright, 194 Sansome 
Gardner Lieut. W.M. (U. S. Army) Parrot's 

building 
Gardner John, blacksmith, Union Iron W'ks 
Gardner S. C. book-keeper, corner Drum and 

Clay 
Gardner Robert, painter, h. 269 Washington 
Gardner Arthur, steward, Portsmouth House 
Gardner Frederick A. corner Third and Sher- 
wood place 
Gardner R. L. proprietor Crescent City Hotel 
Gardner John, bar-keeper Arcade Saloon 



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Gardner Jas. J. county surveyor, City Hall 

Garduer Geo. M. paint?, oils, &c. 117 Wash- 
ington, h. Sansome, between Pacific and 
Broadway 

Gardner & Holeman, blacksmiths, Front, be- 
tween Pacific and Broadway 

Gardner James, blacksmith, Front, between 
Pacific and Broadway 

Gardner G. H. laborer, boards 129>£ Jack. 

Gardner B. carman, boards 147 Sansome 

Gardner R. M. painter, at J. W. Denny's 

Gardner G. H. clerk, 127 Sansome 

Gardner Miss A. E. h. 48 Minna 

Gardner Nathaniel, block maker, 16 Sac- 
) amen to 

Gardner Samuel, laborer, 41 Davis 

Gardner P. police officer, City Hall 

Gardner James, clerk, 58 Commercial 

Gardner B. G. blacksmith, Flint's wharf 

Gardiner B. saddlery and harness, 116 San- 
some, h. corner Pike and Clay 

Gardiner J. H. clerk, corner Sacramento and 
Front 

Gardiner Jordan G. inspector, custom house 

Gardiner Capt. Win. store keeper, 197 and 
199 Sansome 

Gavity John, laborer, h. S. E. corner Powell 
and Pacific 

Garwood & Aitkin, commission^nerchants, 
88 Davis 

Garwood Geo. M. commission merchant, 88 
Davis 

Garwood Joseph S. commission merchant, 67 
California 

Garrison C. K. agent Nicaragua S. S. Co. 
comer Leidsdorff and Sacramento 

Garrison 0. merchant, cor. LeidsdorfF and 
Sacramento 

Garrison VVm. R. clerk, corner Leidsdorff 
and Sacramento 

Garratt & Co brass and bell foundry, Hal- 
leck, near Sansome 

Garratt W. T. brass and bell founder, Hal- 
leck, near Sansome 

Garrett A. carpenter, boards 64 Broadway 

Garvin P. E. carpenter, 194 Jackson 

Garry Joseph E. attorney, office post office 
building, 2d floor 

Garner J. C. saloon and hog ranch, Presidio 
road 

Garnett Louis A. inspector, appraiser's store 

Garnatt L. A. m. d. Oriental Hotel 

Garniss James R. merchant, 52 California, 
2d floor 

Garaud A. Lafayette Restaurant, 211 Wash- 
ington 

Garcia Francisco, bar-keeper, 108 Mont- 
gomery, h. St. Mary's place 

Gardner Miss A. E. private boarding, 278 
Stockton 

Gardes Walter L. apothecary, 142 Montg'y 
98 California 

Garvey & Walsh, real estate agents, 186 
Washington 



Garquet Joseph, inspector, custom house 
Garrisch Alexander, commission merchant, 
Garvey Christopher, real estate agent, 186 

Washington 
Gassert H. L. cigars, 132 Kearny 
Gassart Henry, saloon, cor Main and Market 
(J assart Wm. saloon, cor. Main and Market 
Gates Mrs. H. E. private boarding house. 

48 Bush 
Gates George, h. 48 Bush 
Gates L). A. h. 48 Bush 
Gates Daniel, shoemaker, 68 Pacific 
Gates Horatio S. m. d. and surgeon, 8 Bolton 

& Barron's building, Merchaut, h. 204 

Stockton 
Gatez Chas. II. saloon, rear City Hall 
Gautier L. P.m. d. 161 Montgomery, 2d floor 
Gautier John, laborer, 44 Battery 
Gauly Samuel, porter, 88 Front 
Gauoreau B. O. Hewlett's Exchange, 87 

Jackson 
Gaveu M. bottler, Union Place 
Gaven D. merchant, 120 Commercial, 2d 

floor 
Gaven Patrick T.saloon. 18 Bush. 
Gavett Jonathan, crockery, California, be- 
tween Sansome and Montgomery 
Gavagen VY'ru. clothing, 59 Commercial 
Gawley Wm. H. clerk at G. A. Meigs, 

Market-st. wharf 
Gay Albert C. at Clapp & Fisher's 
Gayle A. B. agent California Spice Mills, 91 

Front 
Gaylord H. 0. 150 Montgomery, 2d floor 
Gee L. jour, printer, " Cal. Courier" office, h. 

Wetmore place 
Gegax Samuel, machine sewer, 67 Jackson 
Gehogan Dennis, porter, custom house 
Gella L. saddler, 68 Kearny 
Genella Joseph, crockery, 184 Montgomery 
Genella Charles, clerk, 184 Montgomery 
Genella Daniel, clerk. 184 Montgomery 
George G. fruit dealer, 256 Dupont 
George Daniel, groom for Dillon, Hedge & Co. 
George Robert, book-keeper, 34 Clay, h. 46 

Minna 
George Samuel G. m. d. corner Dolores and 

Centre, Mission Dolores 
George James, firm of Clark & George, ar- 
chitects, Express Buildings, 2d floor 
Gerry S. R. m. d. office and house 42 Bush, 

2d floor 
Gerold George, stove maker, 285 Dupont 
German k Toshack, Livermore's Exchange, 

147 Sansome 
German Adolphus, Livermore's Exchange, 

147 Sansome 
Germon Geo. ale and porter bottler, corner 

Dupont and Vallejo 
Gerstle Arnold, importer of French and Swiss 

goods, 107 California 
Gerberdiug C. O. clerk, 131 Montgomery, h. 

corner Clay and Jones 
Gerad George, clerk, 23 Sacramento 






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Gerrish Chas. W. carpenter, boards Beale, 

near Folsom 
Gereau M. P. wood carver, boards 82 Pacific 
Gerke Henry, real estate dealer, 3 Armory 

Hall. h. Mason, near Eddie 
Ghirardelli Mrs. manuf. of syrups, liquors, &c. 

h. cor. Jackson and Mason 
Ghirardelli D. director, h. cor. Jackson and 

Mason 
Giannini Henry G. Plaza bakery, 202 "Wash- 
ington 
Gibson Chas. carman, 197 and 199 Sansome 
Gibson G. B. carpenter, boards 313 r'owell 
Gibson E. if. d. office cor. Dupont and Pacific. 

2d floor 
Gibson John, machinist, Vallejo, bet. Dupont 

and Stockton 
Gibson John, carpenter, h. Clementine, bet. 

Anthony and Ecker 
Gibson & King, wholesale grocers, 24 and 2G 

Battery 
Gibson Lewis, wholesale grocer, 24 and 26 

Battery 
Gibson Chas. brass founder, 67 California 
Gibson k Meyer.com. merchants, 30 Battery 
Gibson Lewis, com. merchant, 30 Battery 
Gibson 0. B. k Co. flour and grain, 112 

Front 
Gibson Mrs. Margaret, (widow) boys' cloth 

ing, 350 Stockton « 
Gibbons H. m. d. office Rabe's building, 163 

Clay, h. 228 Stocki< 
Gibbons Win. A. book-keeper, 129 Sansome 
Gibbons Jas. S. bar-keeper, 10 California 
Gibbons & L.miniot, general com merchants, 

California, below Front 
Gibbons Rodmond, general com. merchant. 

California, below Front, h. 38 Melius 
Gibbons Win. P. u. d. Armory Hall build'tr. 

h. 38 Melius 
Gibb, Daniel & Co. com. mer. 105 and 107 

Sacramento, 2d tl ■ 

Gibb Wm. 10.3 and lo7 Sacramento. 2d floor 
Gibbs & Co. com. mer. 62 California. 2d floor 
Gibbs C. V. S. com. merchant, 62 California. 

2d floor 
Gibbs C. E. com. merchant. 62 California, h. 

Mission 
Gibbs F. A. com. merchant, 62 California, h. 

Bush 
Gibbs Geo. W. iron and steel, 36 and 38 Bat- 
tery, h. Clay, bet. Dupont and Kearny 
Gibbs Wm. painter, 26 California 
Gibbs Wm. O. bar-keeper, corner Sansome 

and California 
Gibney Jas bar-keeper, corner of First and 

Mission 
Giddies John S. at Flint, Peabody <fr Co's 
Giffin Oscar F. fruit, 97 Commercial 
Giffin llermau. fruit. 97 Commercial 
Gifford Stephen, clerk, 172 fifotgoomery, h. 

Stockton, bet. Jackson and Pacific 
Gift Geo. W . clerk, appraiser's office, h. Clay, 

near Davis 



Gifford Oliver, printer, 8 First 
Gihon Main, miller, at Harrison Mills, San- 
some 
Gihon Thomas, engraver, 152 Montgomery, 

2d floor 
Gihon John C. bottled soda factory. Anthony 

street 
Gihon John H. firm of Soule & Gihon, au- 
thors and proprietors of "Annals of San 
Francisco," California Chronicle office 
i Gill "Wm. teahcer of languages, rear of 343 

Stockton 
Gill Thomas, laborer, h. Kearny, near Union 
, Gill, Clark it Co., general dealers, 52 Cali- 
fornia, 2d floor 
GT1 H. B. saloon. Cunningham's wharf 
Gi.l W. B. bar-keeper, Cunningham s wharf 
: Gillis Stephen, printer, "Evening Journal" 

office 
Gillick James, bar-keeper, 211 Montgomery 
Oilman Geo. firm of Cable & Oilman, ship- 
ping masters, corner of Sacramento and 
Davis 
, Gilman E. carpenter, h. Third, bet. Everett 

and Mission 
Gilman Lyford J. engineer at Cochituate 

Baths" 
Gilman A. M. liquors, 106 Battery 
Oilman (rco. clerk, l<3 Sacramento 
Oilman Gardner, clerk. Davis, near Jackson 
Gilman Wm.jonr. printer, "News" office 
Gilman B. F. clerk. 82 Pacific 
Gilson Capt. John, boards at Oilson's Hotel 
Gilson Wm. lighterman, boards S utters Hotel, 

Rincon Point 
Gilson J. S. proprietor Gilson's Hotel, cor. 

ner Dui -on 

Gilliam K. watchmaker, 189 Clay 
Gilchrist John O. bookseller and stationer, 

124 Commercial 
Gilchrist C. lumber merchant, corner of Bush 

and fiiontgotn sry 
Gilbert G. H. intelligence office, 87 Com'ral 
Gilbert E. printer, "Ledger" office 
Gilbert James A. clerk. 128 Montgomery 
Gilbert Geo. S. Pacific Oil Works, 22 Battery 
Gilbert J. >i. d. 51 Pacific. 2d floor 
(Tiles Wm. T. clerk. 33 and 35 Sacramento 
Giles Edward, corresponding clerk at Alsop 

& Co'8. ill and 113 California 
Oildem eester, De Fremery & Co. com. mer- 
chants, 168 Sansome 
Gildemeester John Paul Henry, consul of the 

Netherlands, 168 Sansome 
Gilmore Win. merchant, 65 Jackson, 2d floor 
Gilmore A. mer. tailor, 152 Washington 
Gilmore Wm. laborer, h. Jessie, bet. Ecker 

and First 
Gilmore S. D. millwright, house Second, near 

Jessie 
Gilmore O. W. millwright, h. Second, near 

Jessie 
Gillmore & Lockwood, Florence Saloon, 132 
Commercial, cor. Montgomery 



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Gillmore W. E. Florence Saloon, 132 Com- 
mercial, cor. Montgomery 
Gillingham G. A. & Co. grocers and com. 81 

Washington 
Gillingham R. W. grocer and com. 81 Wash- 
ington 
Gillespie Capt. David, wharfinger, Central 

wharf, h. Prospect place 
Gimnry J. G. tinner, 262 Dupont 
Gineheney G. grocer, corner Broadway and 

Dupont 
Girot N. grocer, 354 Stockton 
Girard L. broker, 172 Sansome 
Girrard Peter, bar-keeper, 49 Broadway 
Given A. watchmaker, 155 Montgomery, cor. 

Merchant 
Glassy Edward, coach painter, 102 Kearny 
Glassell A. attorney, U. S. Court rooms 
Glasier James, blacksmith. 51 Jackson 
Glasur G. A. laborer, h. Stevenson, between 

First and Ecker 
Gladwin Brothers & Co. jobbers and general 

com. cor. Front and California 
Gladwin Wm. II. jobber and general com. cor. 

Front and California 
Gladwin Geo. S. jobber and general com. cor. 

Front and California 
Glancy Francis, boarding house, 25 and 27 

Broadway 
Glesnor R. A. mechanic, 122 Broadway 
Glenn Major Thos. builder, office Brenham pi. 
Glen James, com. mer. 97 California 
Gleason H. B. merchant, cor. Pine and Front 
Glissell Martin, steward 50 Sacramento 
Gloster James, house Union place 
Glover P. J. clerk, 84 Battery 
Glover "VV. H. & Co. piles and square timber, 

50 California, 2d floor 
Glover Moses, cigars, 72 Pacific 
Glover J. S. attorney, 30 Montgomery Block, 

2d floor 
Gluyas Geo. K. proprietor Sutter Iron W'ks, 

h. Minna 
Gobbi Daniel, grocer, corner St. Mary's and 

Pine 
Gobber Joseph pattern maker, Sutter Iron 

Works 
Goddard Geo. H. civil engineer, cor. Sansome 

and California, 2d floor 
Goddard & Co. manuf. of machinery. First, 

bet. Mission and Howard 
Goddard E. B. manuf. of machinery, First, 
bet. Mission and Howard, h. Second, bet. 
Mission and Howard 
Goddard Geo. H. surveyor, h. cor. Clav and 

Taylor 
Goddard Jas. B. & Co. Saucelito Laundry, 

cor. Washington and Drum 
Godefroy, Sillem & Co. bankers and com. 

mer. 141 Clay 
Godefroy Alfred, banker and com. merchant, 

141 Clay 
Godfrey James T. Mountaineer, 153 Kearney, 
h. 12 Pike 



Godfrey John A. attorney, 172 Pacific, h, 172 

Stockton 
Godfrey W. H. clerk, corner Front and Sac- 
ramento 
Godfrey John H. carpenter, 27 Sansome 
Godfrey Wm. jour, printer, "S. F. Herald" 

office, 120 Montgomery 
Godfrey B. ranchero, boards Franklin Hotel 
Godfrey & Jorgensen, Mountaineer House, 

corner Commercial and Kearny 
Godfrey James T. Mountaineer House, corner 

Commercial and Kearny, h. 13 Pike 
Godine John A 113 Battery 
Godley Frank, clerk, 24 Sacramento 
Godley M. cashier at Alsop & Co.'s 111 and 

113 California 
Godeas John D. builder, h. Sutter, between 

Kearny and Montgomery 
Goetze A. cheap John, 213 Kearny 
Goess A. cooper, Gold, near Montgomery 
Coin & Ellis, shipping, Front, bet. Broadway 

and Yallejo 
Goin Thomas, shipping, Front, bet. Broadway 

and Yallejo, h. Union, cor. Sonoma 
Golden Thomas, boards 34L Stockton 
Golden Frank, saloon, 290 Stockton 
Golden Gate Flour Mills. 136*Pine 
Golden Edward, blacksmith. Alta Foundry 
Golden Thomas, messenger, appraiser's office, 

h. 349 Stockton 
Golde John, carpenter, h. 123 Broadway 
Gold H. shoe maker, 71 Kearny 
Gold M. clothing, 93 Pacific 
Goldstein & Co. J. P. clothing, 101 Com- 
mercial 
Goldsmith G. W. engineer, house St. Mary's 

place 
Goldsmith & May, J. dry goods, 82 Mont- 
gomery 
Goldsmith Jos. porter, 17 California 
Goldsmith D. boarding house, Sansome, op- 
posite Rassette house 
Goldsmith J. G. bar-keeper, cor. Commercial 

and Battery 
Goldsmith Wm. E. copper and steel engraver, 
5 and 6 Armory Hall building, 3d floor, 
h. 157 Taylor 
Gollin Alkin, cutlery, 95 Commercial 
Gomez Senor, Spanish teacher, school 157 

Dupont 
Gomez Juan, California, bet. Sansome and 

Montgomery 
Gonther L. shoes, 68 Kearny 
Goodridge Samuel D. h. S. side Union, bet. 

Powell and Mason 
Goodridge L. O. clerk at Eugene Kelley & 

Co.'s 
Goodwin C. Knickerbocker market, Jessie, 

near Jane 
Goodwin James P. clerk, 159 Sacramento 
Goodwin & Co. commission merchants and 

jobbers, 62 California 
Goodwin Charles R. com. mer. and jobber, 
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Goodwin k White, bowling saloon, cor. 

Montgomery and Merchant, basement 
Goodwin Thomas E. bowling saloon, corner 

Montgomery and Merchant, basement 
Goodman J. merchant, 129 1 .< California 
Goodman Brothers, wholesale grocers, 50 

Front 
Goodman James H. wholesale grocer, 50 

Front 
Goodwin Geo. E. wholesale grocer, 50 Front, 

h. Pleasant Valley 
Goodell Mrs. F. L. boarding house, 163 Cali- 
fornia 
Goodall T. H. merchant, 79 Davis 
Boodenow Geo. pork dealer, near Clarendon 

Hotel 
Gorham Wm. R. k Co. State Bakery. 248 

Dupont. h. cor. Clay and Prospect place 
Gorham Wm. R. county sherriff. City Hall, h. 

Prospect place 
Gorham Jas. S. paints and oils, 8 First 
Gorham Ambrose, attorney, 134 Montgomery 

2d floor 
Gorden Sheldon, miller, 100 Pine 
Gordon Benjamin, blacksmith. 105 Kearny 
Gordon A. O. hook-keeper, at B. Davidson's 

bank 
Gordon James M. carman, 58 and 60 Sac- 
ramento 
Gordon A. boat-builder, Market-st. wharf 
Gordon Geo. ft Sum. Vulcan Iron Works, 

First, fronting on Melius and Fremont 
Gordon George, Vulcan Iron Works, h. 142 

Dnpont 
Gordon John, carman, h. Stevenson, near 

Third 
Gordon Nathaniel, wholesale produce, Clay. 

bet. Drum and I 
Gordon Geo. firm Jas. .Smith ft Co. pile driv- 
ers and wharf builders, 134 Montgomery. 

h. 153 Dupont 
Gore B. B. at Hussey, Bond ft Hale's, h. 173 

Mission 
Gorman Richard, butcher, corner Stockton 

and Broadway 
Gormerly Jas. steward, 229 Clay 
Goslin.sk v Samuel, cap maker, 173 Sansome, 

2d floor 
Gosman Chas. baker, 133 Jackson 
Goss, White ft Co. 98 Battery 
Gotgeu N. grocer. Rincon Point 
Gould T. H. grocer, 203 Sacramento 
Gould W. B. Alden's Branch, 81 Sansome 
Gould Thomas F. jobber and general dealer. 

51 California, h. California, bet. Dupont 

and Stockton 
Gould Frank, saloon, 75 Davis 
Gould J. G. storage and commission, S.W. 

cor. Sacramento and Battery 
Gould A. S. clerk, " Times and Transcript" 

office 
Gould Miss Julia, vocalist, boards at Ports- 
mouth house 
Goux J. grocer, 82 Kearny 



Gough Robert, laborer. 160 Battery 

Gourley Robert, laborer. 95 Pine 

Gouldin J. O. clerk, 201 Sansome 

Goud k Veazie. stoves. &c. 18 Davis 

Goud Geo. L. stoves, kc. 78 Davis 

Gourny A. 104 Merchant. 3d floor 

Gove Andrew J. wharfinger, Washington-st. 

wharf 
Gower E. H. M. at Adams & Co.'s Express 
Gowers G. V. coppersmith, 116 Front 
Gowdy k Co. Chelsea Laundry, corner Third 

and Folsom 
Gowdy D. R. Chelsea Laundry, corner Third 

and Folsom 
Graves. H. T. firm of Hall & Graves, grocers, 

Stockton. 2 doors X. of Pacific 
Gray G. Hulbard, 192 Sacramento 
Gray i: Easterby, storage and commission, 

197 and 199 Sansome. and 14 Front 
Gray Francis, storage and commission, 197 

and 199 Sansome, and 14 Front, h. Clay 

above Powell 
Gray Thomas, h. Filbert, between Taylor and 

Jones 
Gray Arthur, h. Lombard, bet. Mason and 

Taylor, 
Grav Win. D. undertaker, office 192 Sacram. 

h. 128 Dupont 
Gray John, h. X. side Green, bet. Kearny and 

Dupont 
( hay II. M. m.d. office 219 Clay, 2d floor 
Gray Nathaniel, undertaker. 192 Sacramento 
<rray Rev. F. T. h. cor. Pine and Quincy 
<iray Win. J. printer, 151 Clay 
Uray Wm. moulder. Alta Foundry 
(iray John, storage and commission, cor. Pine 

and Davis, boards Oriental 
Gray John, blacksmith, Union Iron Works 
Gray Martin, boarding house, 40 Sacramento 
Gray Benjamin F. collector, central wharf 
Gray John, Eureka market. 27 Bush 
Gray John jr. merchant, cor. Jackson and 

•"ine. 2d floor 
Gray Thomas, inspector, custom house 
Gray W. \V. inspector, Union-street ware- 
he 
Gray Chaa. liar-keeper. 155 Front 
(iray J. printer. •California Chronicle" office, 

rooms, 230 Clay 
Gray W. H. ranchero, office Parsons'building 
Grayson A. J. merchant, h 119 Broadway 
Granstedt ft Ahrens, saloon, cor. Davis and 

Washington 
C raffs tedt Albert, saloon, cor. Davis and 

Washington 
Grasshoff F. Carpenter, h. 368 Powell 
Graham Jas. S. h. 300 Powell 
Graham W. jeweller and enorraver, shop and h. 

cor. Sacramento and Powell 
Graham Robert J. carpenter, boards at Long- 
ley's Restaurant 
Graham Jas. W. bar-keeper, 132 Commer- 
cial, cor. Montgomery 
Grace Mrs. S. A. (widow.) h. S. side John 



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Graham Will. H. notary public, 5 Montgom- 
ery Block 
Gracy James, blacksmith, 51 Jackson 
Grant James A. 248 Dnpont 
Grant Adam, firm of Eugene Kelly & Co. 
Grant John, marble cutter, 91 Montgomery 
Grant & Gallagher, saloon, cor. Kearny and 

Commercial 
Grant James, county recorder, office City 

Hall 
Grant G. A. attorney, room No. 55 Mont- 
gomery block. 3d floor 
Grant Charles B. Empire Granite Works, 40 

Battery, h. Fremont, near Folsom 
Grant & Dorr, Telegraph Bakery, 41 Pacific 
Grant E. 0. Telegreph Bakery, 41 Pacific 
Grant Walter, boarding house, 198 Sansome- 
Grant Jos. & Arm. Guyol, brokers and real 

estate agents, 98 Merchant 
Grant Joseph, notary public, (under the new 

law,) 98 Merchant 
Graly James, laborer, h. Dupont, bet Bush 

and Sutter 
Grady James, laborer, h. Dupont, bet. Bush 

and Sutter 
Grady James, h. Happy Valley 
Gratiot, Fisk & Perkins, com. mer. corner 

California and Davis 
Gratiot C. H. com. mer. cor. California and 

Davis 
Grattan & Bell, builders' hardware, 135 Sac- 
ramento 
Grattan William H. builders' hardware, 135 

Saci amento 
Graves G. E . Franklin Hotel, cor. Sansome 

and Pacific 
Graves John H. bar-keeper, Franklin Hotel, 

cor. Sansome and Pacific 
Graves Wm. H merchant, boards, Longley's 

restaurant 
Graves Edward, ship carpenter, board 40 

First 
Graves Andrew, h. 12 Melius 
Graves W H. & E. S. copper smiths, Front, 

near Jackson 
Graves & Stringer, upholstery and cabinet 
ware-rooms 129)^ California and 37 
Davis 
Graves George, upholstery and cabinet ware- 
rooms. 129 }.o California and 37 Davis 
Grey Cyril V. collector's clerk, custom house, 

h. S.E. cor. Eddy & Taylor 
Greenhow Robert, associate law agent, 148 

California 
Green R. W. carrier " San Francisco Herald" 

120 Montgomery 
Green Jas. J. police officer, h Virginia 
Green Geo. W. county treasurer, h. 251 Clay, 

cor. Stockton 
Green T. D merchant, 105 Jackson, 2d floor 
Green J. S. firm of Stearns & Green, corner 

Clay and Sansome 
Green wm. Arthur, on board storcshp Callao, 
Mission st. 



Green D. furniture and bedding, 157 Sacra- 
mento, h. t»lay. above Powell 
Green Geo. H. clerk, 141 Montgomery 
Green John, steward, at Franklin house 
Grean Wm E h. 244 Dupont 
Green Mrs. Talbot, H. h. Howard's Row, 

Mission 
Green Frederick W. builder, h, Dupont, bet. 

Geary and O'Farrall's 
Green W. S. at Williams & Severances soda 

factory 
Green Frederick, com. mer. 170 Montgomery, 

house Broadway, between Dupont and 

Stockton 
Green G. W. stall 4, U. S. market 
Green Frederick P. agent Despatch Line Sac- 
ramento packets, 107 Front, 2d floor 
Green Jos. de Puisage, Lloyd's agent, 87 

Clay, 2d floor 
Green Augustus R. com. mer, 87 Clay, 2d 

floor 
Green Albert, boots and shoes, 54 Commer. 
Green George, cook, 20 'Stevenson 
Green George AV. butcher, stalls 6 and 8, 

Pacific market, house corner Clay and 

Stockton 
Green & Woodman, Sutter market, corner 

Folsom and Beale 
Green Geo. W. Sutter Market, cor. Folsom 

and Beale 
Green L. T. lumber merchant, Market-street 

wharf 
Green F. W. carpenter, rear 121 California 
Green Wm. P. clerk, 65 VVashington 
Green Thos. carman, h. 44 Bush 
Green A. F. clerk, corner Front and Sacra- 
mento 
Greene C. H. carman, h. St. Mary's 
Greene & Heath, com. mer. 47 and^ Cal. 
| Greene Samuel il. Consul for Costa Rica and 

Guatamala, 47 and 49 California 
Greenleaf William, boarding-house, corner 

Spring and Sumner 
Greenbaum J. clerk, 122 Montgomery 
Greenberg L. Hotel, 66 Sansome 
Greenwood Mrs. White Rose Saloon, 237 

Pacific 
Greenwood & Hills, machine sewing, 67 

Jackson 
Greenwood James, machine sewing, 67 Jaek- 

on, h. Union, above Powell 
Greenwood Walter, painter, boards at Long- 
ley's restaurant 
Gregory Henry, firm of Xewhall, Gregory & 

Claghorn, auctioneer and com. mer. cor. 

Sansome and Sacramento 
Gregory George D. steward, Alden's Branch, 

81 Sansome 
Greaves Benjamin, book-keeper, 17 Davis 
Grennage D. tinner, boards 129J4> Jackson 
Greninger Daniel, tinner, 201 Kearny 
Gresie John, m. d office and h. Spriug Valley 

Bath-house, Presidio road 
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Griffin Lynch, private boardir.g, cor. Union 

and Union place 
GiiTiu B. P. Boomerang 101 Kearny 
Griffin T. B. bar-keeper, 50 Broadway 
Griffin We II. pilot, h. Calhoun, between 

Union and Green 
Griffin Chas. E. book-keeper, boards 147 San. 
Griffin J. A. boat builder, junction Market 

and California 
Griffin John W. merchant, cor. Jackson and 

Sansouie, 2d floor 
Griffin John, laborer, appraiser's office, h. 

Dupont, near Clay 
Griffin E. Jr. firm Piper, Griffin & Co. 153 

Sansome, 2d floor 
Griffin J. firm ol Wm. F. Melvin & Co. 4 

Commercial 
GriiTeth Evan, carpenter, h. Clara. 
Grifljth Mrs. Martha, h. 193 Sacramento 
Griffith Jas. K. book-keeper, 60 Front 
Griffith J. W. gilder, 129 California 
Grifieths Thos. J. printer, " Cal. Chronicle" 

office, boards 230 Clay 
Gridley R. C. carpenter, boards National 

Hotel 
Grice John R. h. Mission Dolores 
Grim Henry, carman, h. corner Powell and 

U. ion. 
Grimes Patrick, horse-shoer, 30 Webb 
Grimes George T. clerk, 84 Clay 
Grimes Michael, laborer, 1). Stevenson, near 

First 
Grimes Geo. T clerk. 1 Orleans Row 
Grimes James A. carman, h. 263 Stockton 
Grief John. S. F. Baths, L80 Washingon 
Grisar & Co. com. merchants, (12 Front, 2d 

floor 
Grisar E. Belgian Consul, G2 Front, 2d floor 
Griswold J. C. civil engineer, 146 Montg'y 
Grotjan & Co. druggists. 213 Washington 
Grotjau P. A. druggist, 213 Washington 
Grotjan G. W. druggist, 213 Washington 
Grotjan T. J. importer of cigars and straw 

goods, N. \V. cor. Sacramento and 

Montgomery, 2d floor, h. E. side Kear- 
ny, 3 doors S. of Union. 
Groom Mrs. L. dressmaher, 210 1 ., Clay 
Qroombridge W. police officer, City Hall 
Grontier Charles, watchmaker, 175 Clay 
Gronlier J. & Co. commission merchants, 

70 Sacramento, 2d floor 
Groat R. N. attorney, 159 Montgomery, 2d 

floor 
Grob T. clerk, 7 Sansome 
Grodstein C 72 and 74 California 
Grosh Samuel, book-keeper, 54 and 56 Front, 

2d floor 
Grosh Samuel, commission merchaut, S. W. 

cor. Battery and Sacramento 
Gross E. S. commission merchant, 11 Wash- 
ington 
Gryines John E. barge officer 
Guerin J. & Co. dry goods, 137 Sacramento 
Guiod Olexie, carpenter, h. 226 Sacramento 



Guichard E. druggist, 221 Clay 
Guignon Joseph, tinner. 139 Kearny 
Guion Wm 11. har-keepar, Verandah Saloon, 

194 Washington 
Guild & Lightner, commission merchants, 87 

Front" 
Guild Albert H. commission merchant, 87 
Front, h. Mason, one door N. of Union 
Guilford John, sail maker, 135 Front, 3d floor 
Guiteau John B. clerk to U. S. Land Com- 
missioners, 148 Galiforuia 
Gulicson Henry. upholsterer, 149 Mongomery 
Gulliver & Co. wholesale liquors and cigars, 

37 Davis 
Gulliver E. wholesale liquors and cigars, 37 

Davis 
Gulliver & French, real estate dealers, No. 1 

Trainer's Row, 2d floor 
Gummer Mrs. S. (widow) h. cor. Taylor and 

Greenwich 
Gunter Henry, h. 151 Clay 
Gundlach Jacob, Bravarian Brewery, 238 

Vallejo 
Gunn R. W. cooper, 153 California 
Gunnison Andrew J. firm of Ryan & Gunni- 
son, attorneys. Post-office build g, 2d floor 
Gunst A. clerk. Sti California 
Gurvey Michael, rice mills, Fremont, near 

Market 
Gushee Horace & Co., 20 and 2L United 

States Market 
Gushee Frederick A. agent, h. Montgomery, 

2 d »>rs from Broadway 
Gustus Chas. Pilot livery stables, 70 Kearny 
Guttman Samuel, tailor. 15;) Washington 
Gutierrez A. clerk to U. S. Land Commis- 
sioners, h. cor. Sacramento and Kearny 
Guthrie Geo. W. deputy surveyor of the port, 

custom house 
Guys, (-(inductor "Echo du Pacifique" 
Guys E. real estate broker, McAllister's b'dg 
Guy Abel, com. mer. Ill and 113 Washing- 
ton, li. Bush, bet. Stockton and Dupont 
Guyol Arm. firm of Grant & Guyol, No. 98 

Merchant 
Gwin John R. clerk, cor. Pacific and Front 
Gwyn Alexander, assayer, h. Powell, near 
Union 

Haas Sor.oMox, merchaut, 96 Merchant 

Haas & Rosen field, wholesale dealers, 96 Mer. 

Haas ('has. watchmaker, 44 Long wharf 

Haas S. clothing, 56 Pacific 

Haageu Mrs Catharine, (widow.) h. 21 First 

Hacker KS. confectioner, 180 Clay 

Hackett & Judah, attorneys, 163 Montgom- 
ery, 2d floor 

Hackett John K. attorney, 163 Montgomery, 
2d floor, rooms Parrot's building 

Hadeln John V. grocer, corner Mason and 
Greenwich 

Hadler Herman, fruit, 188 Clay 

Hadley Moses F. stall 23 New World Mar- 
ket, h. Union, near Powell 



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Haefner J. American Hotel, G5 Montgomery 
Harlmlein J. F. gauger, custom bouse 
Hagau Henry, carpenter, h Saeramento, be- 
tween Powell and Mason 
Hagau A. H. nurse, State Marine Hospital 
Hagan B. clerk, 86 California 
Hagau Jobn, saloon, corner Front and Clay 
Hagan James, inspector, custom bouse 
Hagan Jobn, inspector, custom house 
Hagen Robt. importer surgical instruments, 

87 California. 2d floor 
Hager J. J. Mechanics' House, 77 Kearny 
Hager & Sharp, attorneys, 163 Montgom- 
ery, 2d floor 
Hager Jobn S. attorney, 163 Montgomery, 

2d floor 
Hagerman Henry, porter, 100 Battery 
Hagermann F. D. shoes, 170 California 
Hagermann P. & Co. liquors and cigars, 71 

Front 
Haggett Thomas, seaman, boards 14 Ohio 
Haglthorp, stoves, tin aud sheet iron, 124 

Sansome 
Hagerty Francis L. clerk, b. Stevenson, near 

Second 
Hahn Henry, grocer, corner Mason and Clay 
Halm Jobn, b. 213 Sacramento 
Hahn W. grocer, cor. Francisco and Dupont 
Hahn Geo. laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
Hahn J. C. grocer, 98 Kearny 
Haight Henry, firm of Page, Bacon & Co. h. 

150 Bush 
Haight L. F. clerk, 104 and 106 Kearny 
Haight Henry H. attorney, office Post Office 

building, 2d floor 
Haight A. J. melter and refiner, 106 Mont- 
gomery, basement 
Haight Fayette, melter and refiner, 106 Mont- 
gomery, basement 
Haight Samuel W. 156 Montgomery, h. 50 

Bush 
Haighs James, Post Office Exchange, 219 

Clay 
Hains Thomas, porter, 112 Sacramento 
Haines Milton m. d. San Francisco Hospital, 

Battery, above Yallejo 
Haiue P. J. R. 97 Pine 
Hall R. b. Jones, bet. Chestnut and Lombard 
Hall E. D. b. Lombard, bet. Mason and 

Taylor 
Flail M. b. corner Taylor and Market 
Hall E. G-. merchant, 106 Sacramento, b. cor- 
ner Jackson and Taylor 
Hall Edward, blacksmith, 91 Kearny 
Hall M. J. shutter maker, 164 Sacramento 
Hall Isaac M. Union Hotel, corner Kearny 

and Merchant 
Hall Samuel M. bar-keeper at C. H. Gate's 
Hall Hiland, attorney, 74 Montgomery Block, 

3d floor, h. Tehama 
Hall Joseph H. bar-keeper, 161 Montgomery 
Hall I). Henry, book-keeper, 113 Clay 
Hall Wm. H. at Adams & Co.'s Express 
Hall Edward, at Adams & Co.'s Express 



Hall E. Bristol Saloon, 109 Pacific 
Hall George, painter, 116 Jackson 
Hall Richard, clerk, 166 Montgomery 
Hall Edward, wholesale druggist, 146 Wash- 
ington, h corner Montgomery and B'd'y 
Hall Asa, book-keeper, 147 Sansome 
Hall S. N. 'tinner, boards 147 Sansome 
Hall Joseph, grocer, 140 Mission 
Hall T. L. grocer, 38 First 
Hall John, printer " Eve. Journal" office 
Hall G. W. ship keeper, 50 California 
Hall F. C. superintendent California Steam 

Mills, 100 Pine 
Hall Lot, ship carpenter, boards at G. W. 

Chapin's 
Hall Jacob, ship carpenter, boards at G. W. 

Chapin's 
Hall Edward, ship carpenter, boards at G. 

W. Chapin's 
Hall Oliver A. carriage maker, 42 Sansome 
Hall Henry, blacksmith, 88 Pacific 
Hall Barnabas, firm of H. A. Cheever & Co. 

Front, bet. Green and Union 
Hall Jacob, mason, boards National Hotel 
Hall Chas. intelligence office, 164 Battery, 2d 

floor 
Hall John V. book-keeper at LeCouut & 

Strong's 
Hall D. C. blacksmith, boards at Chicago 

Hotel 
Hall Samuel M. saloon, Dunbar's alley, rear 

of City Hall 
Hall Mrs. E. J. m. d. Portsmouth House 
Hall & Graves, grocers, Stockton, 2 doors N. 

of Pacific 
Hall T. J. grocer, Stockton, 2 doors N. of 

Pacific 
Haley Capt. Robt. harbor master, h. 8 Vir- 
ginia 
Haley & Thompson, Railroad Bakery, 48 

Commercial 
Haley J. J. Railroad Bakery, 48 Commercial 
Haley Mrs. A. S. boarding house, 3 Waverly 

place 
Haley Patrick, h. Mission, near first toll gate 
Halley W. P. boards Niautic 
Hallowell Samuel L. h. 10 Pike 
Halford John B. h. Dupont, N. of Francisco 
Hallet Geo. bill poster S. Francisco Theatre, 

h. cor. Maiden lane aud Washington 
Hallock Clark, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
Hallock J. Y. & Co. hardware, 97 and 99 

Sansome 
Halleck, Peachy, Billings & Park, attorneys, 

Montgomery Block, 3d floor, rooms 72, 

73 and 74 
Halleck Henry W. attorney, Montgomery 

Block 
Halleck Andrew J. attorney, office Montgom- 
ery Block 
Halloran F. carman, h. Jessie near Annie 
Halloran William, porter, 69 California 
Haliburton Thos. A. porter at Story & Red- 

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Haller Lucas, turner, 145 Sacramento 

Hale Henry M. commission merchant, 59 and 

61 Sansome 
Hale J. K. clerk, cor. California and Battery 
Hale Henry, commission merchant, 14 Davis, 

2d floor 
Hale & Vincent, commission and shipping 

merchants, 167 Sansome 
Hale Wm. G. commission and shipping mer- 
chant, 167 Sansome 
Halphend A. dry goods, 196 Kearny 
Halliday C. M. saloon, rear City Hall 
Halligan John, clerk, 15 Commercial 
Halsey Lewis T. 58 California 
Halsey Charles, attorney aud notary public, 

142 Montgomery, cor. Clay, 2d floor, h. 

E. side Mason, bet. Green aud Union 
Halsey AYm. H. steward, 41 Pacific 
Hamilton John, laborer, boards N. side Green, : 

between Mason and Taylor 
Hamilton Wm. B. comedian, h. Union, corner 

Bobbins place 
Hamilton Mrs Anna, milliner and dressmaker, 

h 122 Dupont 
Hamilton T. P. commission merchant, 163 

Battery, h. 42 Melius 
Hamilton P. G. laborer, boards 147 Sansome 
Hamilton Joseph, jour, saddler. 82 Battery 
Ham J. H. produce and commission mer- 
chant, 110 Front, h. corner Second and 

Clementine 
Hamburger & Bros, fancy dry goods, 183 j 

Washington 
Hamanway Gustavus A. carpenter, 39 Davis. 

2d floor 
Hameel F. shoe manufacturer, 144 Montgom- ] 

cry, boards at P. AY. Shieffield's 
Hammer Edward H. book-keeper, 42 aud 44 

California 
Hammersley G. W. weigher and measurer, 

custom house 
Hammond AYm. & E. furnishing store, 162i.> 

Sacramento 
Hammond L. cor. Sacramento and Sansome 
Hammond Wm. m. d. Oriental Hotel 
Hammoud Jacob W. bar-keeper, 143 Com- 
mercial 
Hammond E. D. cashier, custom house 
Hammond Richard P. collector of customs, 

custom house 
Hammond Roger, helper, Union Iron Works 
Hammoud Richard, boiler maker, Union Iron 

Works 
Hambly Thos. C. attorney, office Argenti's 

building, 3d floor 
Hampton Robert, laborer, h. Green, between 

Montgomery aud Kearny 
Hampton Lewis, carpenter, boards 147 San. 
Hampton R. B. firm of Pollard & Co. 102 

Montgomery 
Hamblin & Freeman, shipsmiths, Market-st. 

wharf 

Hamblin Alpheus, shipsmith, Market-st. wh'f 

Hamlin Mrs. Persis, (widow.) h. 64 Broadway 

_ 



Hamlin John, boards 64 Broadway 

Hammell Francis J. boots and shoes, 70 Com- 
mercial 

Hamill Wm. editor and proprietor " Catholic 
Standard," 186 Washington, h. Vallejo, 
near Dupont 

Hamill John, clerk, 186 Washington, house 
corner Mason and Pacific 

Hanna Thos. laborer, h. cor. Lombard and 
Janson 

Hanna Wm. laborer, boards Filbert, near 
corner of Taylor 

Hanna John, h. 375 Powell 

Hanna Robert. 221 Pacific 

Hanna Jas. att'y, 159 Montgomery, 2d floor 

Hanna Thos. J. auctioneer, 97 California 

Hanna John, police officer, h. 178 Dupont 

Hanna John, general merchant, 87 Califor- 
nia, h. 375 Powell 

Hanna John, jr. general merchant, 87 Cal. 

Hanna Thos. J. grocer, 3 Trainer's Row 

Hannon John, mason, h. Jessie, near Ecker 

Hansell AYm. carpenter, h. AY. side Mason, 
between Broadway and Pacific 

Hansell A. carpenter, h. W. side Mason, be- 
tween Broadway and Pacific 

Hand John S. baker. 248 Dupont 

Hand S. H. clerk, 175 Front 

Hanes Geo. AY. carpenter, 196 Sansome, 
boards Kennebec House 

Hanncrs Hannah G. (widow,) saloon, 111 
Kearny 

Haney W. \Y. police officer. City Hall 

Hany John, bar-keeper, White House, Mis- 
sion road 

Hannalh ('has. J, h. COT. Jessie and Annie 
Hanson A. G. blacksmith. 164 California 
Hanson Chas. carpenter. Yulcan Iron AY'ks 
Hanson John, steward, 44 Sacramento 
Hanson Stephen, corner Sacramento and 

Battery 
Hanson Stillman. carpenter, 196 Sansome 
Hansen R. clerk, 116 Sansome 

:k J. L. carman at Hcmenway's 
Hancock S. saloon, 44 Broadway 
Hancock J. C. printer, '• Eve. Journal'' office 
Hanloo E H. carpenter, h. Kearny, between 

Vallejo and Green 
Hanlon A', carman, h. Broadway, between 

Sansome and Montgomery 
Hanly Patrick, carpenter, 148 Pacific, h. cor- 
ner Dupout and Pacific 
Hanly John, porter, cor. Davis and Pine 
Hanly John, h. cor. Sansome aud Bush 
Hangary Henry, foreman Dry Dock, foot of 

Second 
Hanline D. W. C. firm of Phipps & Hanline, 

83 Clay 
Hanovan P. porter, corner Front and Sac- 
ramento 
Hansbrongh W. B. produce com. merchant, 

28 Clay 
Happy Valley Mills, cor. First and Melius 
Hart Walter, carman, boards 196 Pacific 



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Hart Joseph, tin and sheet iron, 185 Pacific 
Hart Wm. attorney, office Parson's building, 

Clay, h. Mission Dolores 
Hart James, hardware, 3 Maynard's Row 
Hart James, h. S. side Vallejo, between 

Powell and Stockton. 
Hart Lyon, real estate dealer, h. 239 Powell 
Hart Moses A. real estate dealer, h. 239 

Powell 
Hart J. B. attorney, 178 Montgomery, 2d 

floor 
Hart & Davis, seed and agricultural store, 62 

Sansome 
Hardt & Hudemann. commission merchants, 

89 Clay 
Hardt Chas. commission merchant, 89 Clay 
Hartz Morris, clothing, 10 Commercial 
Harnden Mrs. S. W. (widow,) h. 239 Kearny 
Harnden Wm. H. at Adams & Co.'s Express 
Harris S. R. m. d. 119 Montgomery, 2d floor, 

boards at Oriental 
Harris Robert, liquors, 61 Pacific 
Harris Geo. W. carman, corner Battery and 

Union 
Harris Samuel B. grocer, N. E. corner Yal- 

lejo and Sansome 
Harris S. wholesale clothing, over Hutton 

& Co.'s 
Harris Fredrick H. 192 Sacramento 
Harris Benj. laborer, 164 California 
Harris J. clothing, 212 Kearny 
Harris Frank, nurse, State Marine Hospital 
Harris Joseph, watchman, State M. Hospital 
Harris Thomas, seaman, h. Mason, between 

Jackson and Washington 
Harris Wm. carpenter, boards 221 Sacram'to 
Harris Joseph, carman, h. Lombard, between 

Kearny and Dupont 
Harris Samuel, tailor, 116 Pacific 
Harris A. T. commission merchant, 99 Front, 

h. Union, between Kearny and Montg'y 
Harris, Cohen & Co. clothing, 28 First 
Harris Thomas, liquors, cor. Howard and 

Folsom 
Harris Edward, clerk, 118 California 
Harris J. H. u. d. office Jones' Hotel 
Harris E. clothing, 81 Commercial 
Harris Geo. W. inspector, custom house 
Harris A. H. clerk, custom house 
Harris Richard, ship carpenter, boards Jack- 
son, near Drum 
Harris Thomas, Pioneer Club House, 170 

Clay 
Harvey Jas. C. wholesale paints, oils, &c. 105 

and 107 Clay 
Harvey A. J. book-keeper, 97 Front 
Harvey J. C. sign painter, Battery, near 

Jackson 
Harvey M. M. " Cal. Courier" office, 146 

Montgomery 
Harding B, carman, h. corner Sutter and 

Clara 
Harding, Linekin & Co. sail makers, 27 Sac- 
ramento, 3d floor 



Harding Thomas, coach maker, 39 Webb 
Harding John, sail maker, 27 Sacramento, 

3d floor 
Harriman Wm. ex-police officer 
Harrigan Andrew, laborer, h. E. side Powell, 

2 doors from Stockton 
Harper Robt. h. Jessie, near Jane 
Harper W. stage driver for Dillon, Hedge & 

Company 
Harper Edward, stone mason, h. cor. Calhoun 

and Union 
Harper Robert, moulder, Alta Foundry 
Harper T. & Brother, boards 84 Davis, 2d 

floor 
Harper Wm. J. boarding house, 31 Sansome 
Hardy John M. cook, h. Kearny, between 

Sutter and Montgomery 
Hardie & Ruttenberg, importers and jobbers, 

5 Custom House Block 
Harders F. laborer, 62 Clay 
Hardeland L. P. book-keeper, 54 and 56 Front 
Hare Charles, h. Bush-st alley 
Harf Wm. laborer, Alta Foundry 
Harrison John, deputy sheriff, City Hall 
Harrison Randolph, iuspector, custom house 
Harrison John, deputy sheriff. City Hall 
Harrison J. S. dry goods, 123 Pacific and 81 

Davis 
Harrison Chas. H. pilot, h. Francisco, be- 
tween Kearny and Dupont 
Harrison Joseph, h. Baldwin's Row, North 

Beach 
Harrison Henry A. commission merchant, 189 

and 191 Sansome 
Harrison G. L. clerk, corner Sacramento and 

Front 
Harrison R. A. Esq. clerk, " Cal. Chronicle" 

office 
Harrison J. S. wholesale grocer, 81 Davis 
Harrison H. D. commission merchant, 147 

Battery 
Harrison Flouring Mills, 35 Sansome 
Harrison J. O. comedian, San Francisco 

Theatre, h. Stockton 
Harrold James, trader, 322 Powell 
Harley Michael, trader, house 111 Broadway 
Harlow James, firm of Culver & Harlow, 

corner Sacramento and Front, 2d floor, 

h. Market, near Powell 
Harlow Jas. E. clerk, corner Sacramento 

and Front, 2d floor, house Market, near 

Powell 
Harkot John, saloon, 115 Front 
Hartman H. grocer, cor. Clay and Prospect 

place 
Flartman Jacob, hat manufacturer, 177 Wash- 
ington and 156 Clay 
Hartwell Wm. cook, Sutter hotel 
Harwood Thos. carpenter, h. Greenwich, bet. 

Kearny and Dupont 
H argett G. carpenter, h. Kearny, bet. Union 

and Green 
Hargan Wm. 0. watchman, custom house 
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Harmony & Co. commission merchants, 87 
Front, 2d floor 

Harmond Samuel H. clerk, junction Califor- 
nia and Market 

Harmon S. H. clerk, junction California and 
Market 

Harmon Henry, Auburn house. 18 Davis 

Harmon S. firm of Taylor & Harmon, build- 
ers. 34 Montgomery 

Hartshorne Win. R. oyster saloon, cor. Paci- 
fic and Davis 

Harazthy Chas. inspector custom house 

Haslett James, stevedore, h. X.W. cor. Green 
and Mason 

Haswell E. clerk, 95 Front 

Haswell J. G. publisher, "Times and Tran- 
script,'' Sacramento, adjoining Armory 
Halt 

Haskins Henry, saloon, corner Dupont and 
Washington 

Haskins Chas. clerk, 172 Clay, house Rincon 
point 

Haseltine Wm. seed and agricultural store, 
62 Sansome 

Hasey Andrew G. Franklin house 

Haste J. H. coal and wood yard, Clark, near 
Davis 

Hasty S. h. Minna 

Hastier, Baines it Co. commission merchants, 
109 California 

Hastier Edward J. com. mer. 109 California, 
house Gothic Cottage, Pine, above Du- 
pont 

Haskell & Warlock. blackamttis, Same 

Haskell J. M. black smith. Summer st. 

Haskell Henry, clerk, Supreme Court 

Haskell 1). Hale, firm of Adams ft Co's. Ex- 
press, 99 and 101 Montgomery 

Haskell A. C. messenger, at Adams ft Co's. 

Haskell Chas. tinner. 118 Sansome 

Haskell Phineas. sash and blind maker. Mar- 
ket, near First 

Haskell Jacob W. carpenter, h First, near 
Howard 

Hastings C. 0. clerk, 195 Clay 

Hastings J. W. billiard saloon, Union Hotel 

Hastings T. C. attorney. 90 Merchant 

Hastings. Thomas ft M^rse, attorneys. 90 
Merchant 

Hastings S. A. Market-st. stores, cor. Fre- 
mont and Market 

Hastings & English, blacksmiths, 5:5 San- 
some 

Hastings Wm. blacksmith, 53 Sansome 

Hastings F. M. Market-st. warehouse, corner 
Market and Fremont 

Hathaway Wm. H. machinist, boards at 221 
Sacramento 

Hathaway B. W. M. d office corner of Clay 
and Montgomery 

Hathaway Borden, carpenter, 35 Pine 

Hathaway C W. produce com. merchaut, cor. 
Front and Davis 

Hatheway O. W. tinner, 87 Montgomery 



Hathaway Chas. S. at Macondray & Co's. 54 

and 56 Sansome 
Hathaway C. carrier "S. F. Herald," No. 120 

Montgomery 
Hatch D. carrier of the "Sun*' 
Hatch A. D. & Co. com. merch'ts, 89 Clay 
Hatch C. U. builder. 13 Leidsdorff, h. corner 

Sutter and Dupont 
Hatfield F. B. clerk. Countv Recorder's office, 

City Hall 
Hauer Jacob, baker, north side Tallejo, bet. 

Stockton and Powell 
Hauk L. bar-keeper, at Bishop <.t Hug's 
Haure Jacob, public bakery, 234 Jackson 
rlansmann Henry. 62 California. 2d floor 
llawns Howard, book-keeper, at Paare. Bacon 

ft Co's. 
Havens Amos, cook, 66 Pacific 
Haven J. P. insurance adjuster. 106 Mont- 
gomery, h. 397 Powell 
Haven Richard S. marine insurance. Xo. 106 

Montgomery, h. 397 Powell 
Havener Samuel, mason, boards 64 B'dway 
Hawley M. F. bar-keeper. 159 Commercial, 

boards 31 Webb 
Hawley ft Co. hardware, 4 Empire Block, 

California 
Hawley Chas. A. hardware. 4 Empire Block, 

California 
Hawley F. S. clerk, 4 Empire Block, Cal. 
Hawley D. X. tirm Joseph X. Brown & Co. 

81 California 
Hawley Chas. A. hardware, corner Davis and 

Jackson 
Hawley ft Pea-lee. grocers, corner of Battery 

and Commercial 
Hawley ('. J. grocer, corner of Battery and 

Commercial 
Hawes Horace, counsellor, office Argenti's 

building 
1 [awes Joseph, corner Sacramento and Davis, 

2d floor 
Hawkins John, porter, 170 Montgomery 
Hawkins Wm. watchman. Union Iron Works 
Hawkins Edward, boarding house, 86 Pacific 
Hawks Wm. W. attorney, 4 and 5 Express 

buildings, 2d floor 
Bawxhurst Walter, general jobber, 64 Clay 
Havs Col. John C. U. S. Survevor General, 
* off. Palmer. Cook ft Cos. h. 335 Powell 
Hays .Fames, marble cutter, 91 Montgomery 
Hays Geo. W. painter. 122 Sacramento, b'ds 

corner Sansome and Broadway 
Hays David, carman, corner California and 

Davis 
Hayes «fe Co. fancy goods, 79 Commercial 
Haves Xicholas, fancy goods. 79 Commercial 
Hayes E. M. jeweller, 170 Clay, h. Powell, 

near Clay 
Hayes E. R. jeweller, 170 Clay, h. Powell, 

near Clay 
Hayes Thomas, county clerk, office City Hall, 

h. Mission road 
Hayes Wm. cook, Franklin House 



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Hayes E. M. Pioneer Club House, 170 Clay 
Haynes Nathan, h. corner of Sacramento aud 

Taylor 
Haynes & Lawton, crockery, 122 Sansome 
Haynes B. crockery, 122 Sansome 
Haynes & Bosworth, shipping and com. mer. 

101 Front 
Haynes J. W. shipping and com. mer. 101 

Front, h. Powell, between Washington 

and Clay 
Haynes Thos. J. shipping and com. merchant, 

37 California, 2d floor 
Haynes Mrs. Elizabeth, h. Melius, near Second 
Haynie Wm. M. wharfinger, California wharf 
Hayney Stephen, carpenter, boards cor. Pine 

and Kearny 
Haydeu Greenville G. dentist, office 204 Clay, 

2d floor 
Hayden Willard W. inspector, custom house 
Hayden James, inspector, custom house 
Hayden David, deputy naval officer, custom 

house, h. First, near Folsom 
Haydn H. A. manager of Alden's Branch, 

Tehama House 
Hay G. H. shoemaker, 68 Battery 
Haydock H. R. druggist, 43 Commercial 
Hayward Luther, carpenter, h. Second, near 

Jessie 
Haywood B. agent Phoenix Iron Works, 

Battery, near Pacific 
Hazeltine M. C. h. cor. Lombard and Janson 
Hazeltine Chas. B. flour dealer, 61 and 63 

California, 2d floor 
Hazeltine Wm, firm of Wilkinson, Davis & 

Co. Clipper store house 
Hazen, Harlow & Co. storage, Battery, bet. 

Pacific and Broadway 
Hazen Kelsey, storage, Battery, bet. Pacific 

and Broadway, h. 78 Battery 
Heaney Patrick, tinner, shop and house cor. 

Stockton and Jackson 
Heath Mrs. J. J. midwife, h. Dupont, bet. 

Filbert and Green 
Heath Richard W. com. merchant, 47 and 49 

California 
Heath Wm. carman, 197 and 199 Sansome 
Heasler H. clerk, 154 Kearny 
Heatley E. D. & Co. 62 California, 2d floor 
Heatley E. D. 62 California, 2d floor, h. cor. 

Chestnut and Kearny 
Heatley John D. 62 California, 2d floor, h. 

cor. Chestnut and Kearny 
Hebb 0. D. police officer, h. 261 Clay 
Hedges John H. 203 Clay 
Hedges & Charlton, engravers and die sinkers, 

146 Sacramento 
Hedges J. H. engraver and die sinker, 146 

Sacramento 
Hedge Nelson, firm of Dillon, Hedge & Co. 
Hedding Chas. B. porter, 63 California 
Heden Iron, stall 5 New World Market, h. 

Montgomery, near Bush 
Hedeuburg Jesse, h. Washington, between 

Stockton and Powell 



Hees Wm. Douglass, clerk, 123 Washington 
Hefron John, carman, Alta Foundry 
Hegeman Thos. deputy sheriff, City Hall 
Heistand John, trader, h. north side John 
Heintz Valentine, cabinet maker, 145 Sacr'to 
Heiser Chas. L. com. mer. 58 and 60 Sansome 
Heitman Nicholas, carman, at Dow & Co's. 

California 
Heighty Henry, engineer, Vulcan Iron W'ks 
Heinhold John, baker, Jenny Lind bakery 
Helke Chas. saddler, h. S. side Pacific, above 

Stockton 
Helmke G. grocer, cor. Kearny and Sutter 
Hellman Brothers & Co. general importers, 

124 California 
Hellmau J. M. book-keeper, corner California 

and Sansome 
Hele N. L. printer, 134 Montgomery, 3d floor 
Helper H. R. book-keeper, 84 and 86 Sacr'to 
Helmeng Henry, steward, 72 Pacific 
Hemennay & Co. wholesale grocers, Merchant, 

2 doors from Battery 
Hemennay S. wholesale grocer, Merchant, 2 

doors from Battery 
Hemphill Thos. S. clerk at Smiley, Verkes 

& Co's. 
Hempstead D. B. 174 Phoenix Block, Clay, 

2d floor 
Hempstead C. H 174 Phoenix Block, Clay, 

2d floor 
Hencken Henry, grocer, corner of Sutter and 

Stockton 
Henn Phillip, clerk, 23 Commercial 
Henault Margaret A. 227 Pacific 
Henarie Daniel, boards at Wilson's Exchange 
Henesey Daniel, laborer, 196 Pacific 
Henriques Joseph, clerk, County Recorder's 

office, City Hall 
Henshaw L. carpenter, boards at corner Pine 

and Kearny 
Henshaw J. S. clerk, 62 California 
Hendrickson Stephen, firm of Wm. Horr & 

Co. 74 and 76 Commercial 
Hendley & Daniels, dairy produce. 131 Clay 
Hendley A. C. dairy produce, 131 Clay, h. 

Prospect place 
Henuey John, cooper, 153 California 
Hennigan Thos. marine reporter, Merchants' 

Exchange 
Hendry Win. M. blacksmith, Alta Foundry 
Henry John, clerk, 135 Sacaamento 
Henry Geo. bar-keeper, corner Sansome and 

Green 
Henry James, Seventh Ward House, corner 

Market and First 
Henly J. D. laborer, 164 California 
Henley Thos. J. Post Master, h. Virginia 
Henley G. W. Post Master, h. Virginia 
Henasy P. laborer, 160 California 
Henderson James, laborer, boards at 147 

Sansome 
Henderson F. dry goods, 66 Sacramento 
Henderson A. S. liquors, 53 First 
Hepgen Chas. druggist, 223 Dupont 



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Hepburn H. P. attorney, office 127 Montgom- 
ery. 2d floor 
Hepburn Jos. L. firm of E. P. Sevmour & 

Co. 108 Clay 
Heppard Geo. W. firm of J. E. Springer & 

Co. house and sign painters, 91 Jackson 
Hepworth J. M. packer, b'ds 129j^ Jackson 
Hern A. saloon, 338 Stockton 
Hern Thos carman, h. Stevenson, bet. First 

and Ecker 
Hersey Amos, carman, h. St. Mary's place 
Herring Mrs. Mary, Key Stone House, 84 

Davis, 2d floor 
Herring J. H. saloon, 362 Stockton 
Herring John, special police, boards at 84 

Davis, 2d floor 
Herring S. W. clerk, boards at 84 Davis, 2d 

floor 
Heron Miss Matilda, boards at Garswell 

House, 16 Sansome 
Herron Wm. helper, Union Works 
Hernerenghr Bernardo, jeweller. 262 Dupont 
Heringer John C. jeweller, 151 Kearny 
Herrlich J. J. L. Swedish and Norwegian 

consul, office and residence 3 St. Mary's 
Herrlich A Go. com. merchants. 99 Pine 
Herzer H. City Brewery. Kearny, bet. Post 

and Market 
Hersee Geo. New York Aotel, 186 Sansome 
Herbert James, saloon, 172 Commercial, h. 

Montgomery, bet. Vailejo and B'dway 
Herbert James, constable, office 172 Pacific. 

h. corner Green and Montgomery 
Herbert Z. stall 3 United States Market 
Herd Freeman, h. 160 1 2 Commercial 
Herold R. musician, boards at 111 Pine 
Hermance Levi. President Board California 

Land Commissioners, Masonic Hall 
Herges Wm. mattress maker, 130 Jackson 
llerrig Wm. seaman, boards at 20 Stevenson 
Herrick X. R. foreman Sutter Iron Works 
Herrick Wm. P. book-keeper, 168 Montg'ry 
Hervey J. B. lumber merchant, Market street 

wharf 
Herman S. general importer. 70 and 72 Mont- 
gomery 
Hermann Lucien, merchant. 106 Montgomerv, 

2d floor, h. 159 Stockton 
Hermann Samuel, merchant, No. 106 Mont- 
gomery 
Hesler Wm. baker, 221 Pacific 
Heslep A. M. attorney. 3 McAllister's b'dg. 

h. Stockton, bet. Broadway and Vailejo 
Hesse James H. attorney. 90 Merchant 
Hesse Eugene, draughtsman U. S. Surveyor 
General's office, h S. W. corner Bush 

and Stockton 
Hesketh John, office 74 Montgomery Block. 

3d floor, h. Green 
Hess Louis, at Hutlon & Co's. 
Hess Joseph S. saloon, 50 Sacramento 
Heslep & Macrae, attorneys and counsellors, 
Nagle's building, corner of Montgomery 
and Merchant, 2d floor 



Heslep Augustus M. attorney and counsellor, 
Nagle's building, corner of Montgomery 
and Merchant, 2d floor 
Heston J. F. builder, h. 150 California 
Hester Wm. F. inspector, custom house 
Hewit Henry S. M. d. and surgeon, office 1 

Armory Hall 
Hewitt Henry P. butcher, h. Minna, between 

Second and Third 
Hewer Wm. >t. d. 202 Kearny, cor. Jackson 
Hewlett John C. merchant. 89 Front 
Hewings E. C. operator California State Tel- 
egraph Co. 159 Clay, 1 door above 
Montgomery 
Hewston John. Jr. melter and refiner U. S. 

Mint. Commercial, near Montgomery 
Heydenfelt Elcan, attorney, office Brenham 

place 
Hevdenfelt Solomon, associate justice Supreme 

' Court. City Hall 
Heyermann J.' A. F. m. d. Mission, near 

Kearny 
Heynemami. Pick <fe Co. importers, corner of 

Washington and Sansome 
Heynemann Leonard, importer, corner Wash- 
ington and Sansome 
Heyl W. S. superintendent city powder mag- 
azine, 46 Battery 
Hevwood Z. B. lumber merchant, California 

" wharf, h. 184 Pacific 
Heywood B. F. lumber merchant, California 

' wharf, h. 184 Pacific 
Heywood C. W. lumber merchant. California 

wharf, h. 184 Pacific 
Heywood A Co. chamber furniture. No. 130 

Washington, 2d floor 
Heywood C. chamber furniture, 130 Wash- 
ington, 2d floor, boards at Columbia 
House, Pine 
Henston H. M. clerk. 195 Clay 
Heosh John, carpenter, h. 261 Bush 
Hideley A Riker. Cataract saloon, 72 Davis 
HideleV N. G. Cataract saloon, 72 Davis 
Hickey Thornton F. builder, h. Green, bet. 

Montgomery and Kearny 
Hickey J. & Co. wholesale dealers in liquors, 

61 Jackson 
Hickox Ceo. C. book-keeper, 52 Front 
Hicks Richard, tailor. 145 Mission 
Higgins John, trader, h. 321 Powell 
Higgins Bernard, boiler maker, h. cor. Pine 

" and Kearny 
Higgins M. waterman, boards at cor. Spring 

and Summer 
Higgins Edwin K. sash and blind maker, 

Market, near First 
Higgins Lyman O. boat builder, junction 

"Market and California 
Higgins Wm. L. notary public, 118 Montg'ry 
Higgins J. sheet iron worker, Union Iron 
Works 
. JEEiggins E. dealer in wood, Oregon, between 
Front and Davis 
Higgins W. M. com. merchant, 4 Washington 



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Higgs Henry, laborer. 41 Davis 

Highan Lynn, billiard saloon, Verandah b'dg, 

corner Washington and Kearny 
Higbie Rev. Alfred, Methodist Book Con- 
cern, 148 Clav 
Hilken John, h. 372 Powell 
Hill John P. merchant, boards at Mansion 

House, Mission Dolores 
Hill Jos. J. importer and bottler of ale and 

porter, corner Vallejo and Dupont 
Hill C. H. street contractor, 148 Sausome 
Hill H. A. inspector, custom house 
Hill John, police, h. south side Card alley 
Hill J. J. painter, corner Yarran place and 

Union 
Hill Robert L. clerk, 3 Maynard's row 
Hill G. F. clerk, 100 Sansome 
Hill Albert A. clerk at McCrea & Co's. 
Hill A. A boards at Niantic Hotel 
Hill & Gilman, liquors and provisions, No. 

106 Battery 
Hill A. A. liquors and provisions, 106 Batt'y 
Hill Wm. McP. merchant, 64 Battery, 2d floor 
Hill A. L. machinist, Vulcan Iron Works 
Hill Joseph, boiler maker, Union Iron Works 
Hill E. P. jour, printer, "Times & Transcript" 

office 
Hill John, h. Card alley 
Hills Ford, tinner, 41 Battery 
Hills Wm. S. machine sewing, 67 Jackson, h. 

CJay, 1 door from Stockton 
Hills Henry, cook at Nickerson & Lovett's 
Hillman H. M. painter, 16 Bush 
Hillman Isaac, proprietor Hillman's Temper- 
ance House, 80 and 82 Davis 
Hillen Louis, cook at Alta Hotel 
Hilton E. G. Recorder's office, h. 7 Prospect 

place 
Hilton John, liouse raiser, boards at 129)^ 

Jackson 
Hilborn Julius, cigars, 108 Montgomery, h. 

Geary 
Hilder Chas. cabinet maker, boards Franklin 

Hotel 
Hiller B. clerk, 22 First 
Hiller Wm. produce com. merchant, 44 Clay 
Hildreth S. T. & Co. Contra Costa Market, 

24 Commercial 
Hildreth John D. butcher, 24 Commercial 
Hildreth Luther S. butcher, 24 Commercial 
Hillard B. Frank, collector, "S. F. Herald," 

120 Montgomery 
Himmelman Andrew, cigars, 195 Kearny 
Himes S. barber, 40 First 
Himes J. barber, 40 First 
Himrod O. W. firm of Boulden & Himrod, 

aucts. and commission merchants, 89 and 

91 California 
Hinck J. M. laborer, U. S. Bonded Ware- 1 

house, cor. Union and Battery 
Hinds Wm. carman, boards at 196 Pacific 
Hind R. painter, corner Sansome and Wash--- 

ington 
Hine Nelson M. clerk, custom house 



Hines B. W. at Kennebeck|House 
Hinderanyer Michael, fruit dealer, 221 Kearny 
Hinrichsen, Reincke & Co. com. merchants, 

122 California 
Hinrichsen H. W. commission merchant, 122 

California 
Hinman Louis, at Hutton & Co's. 
Hinckley D. B. h. cor. Second and Minna 
Hinckley Wm. C. clerk, corner Washington 

and Drum, h. Milton place 
Hinckley L. police officer, h. 237 Clay 
Hinckley B. h. corner Second and Minna 
Hinklev J. manuf. and dealer in stoves, &c. 

163 Front 
Hinkley Chas. E. apothecary, 127 Montg'ry 
Hinkley Geo. E. m. d. druggist, 24 First 
Hinote Edwin, wagon maker, boards 19 Ohio 
Hinold John, baker, 169 Sansome 
Hinton W. journeyman printer, "Times & 

Transcript" office. 
Hinton & Co. machine sewing, 70 Jackson, 

2d floor 
Hirlemen Philip, h. 241 Dupont 
i Hirschfeld Julius, variety store, 90 Commerc'l 
j Hitching PI clerk, 149 Montgomery 
1 Hitchings Edward, clerk, 145 and 147 Clay, 

h. Pine, 1 door from Kearny 
Hittell John S. associate editor "Alta Cali- 
fornia" 
Hitchcock G. B. bookseller, 168 Montgomery 
Hitchcock Daniel, engineer, 25 Melius 
Hitchcock John, laborer, house Minna, near 

Second 
Hitchcock Z. A. grocer, corner of California 

and Drum 
Hitchcock General E. A. commander Pacific 

Division U. S. Army, h. Stockton, near 

Washington 
Hitchcock Chas. m. d. Oriental Hotel 
Hitchcock Alfred, clerk, 70 Battery 
Hixon & Shearman, upholsterers, corner of 

Sacramento and Montgomery 
Hixon Wm. M. upholsterer, cor. Sacramento 

and Montgomery 
Hoag & Winston, grocers, 42 First 
Hoag H. grocer, 42 First 
Hoadley Milo, city engineer, 3 basement Union 

Hotel 
Hoadley J. H. assistant city engineer, 3 base- 
ment Union Hotel 
Hobe Geo. J. cigars, 161 Kearny 
Hobson J. E. clerk, 201 Sansome 
Hobart & Boyle, boots and shoes, 64 Sacr'to 
Hobart B. Jr. boots and shoes, 64 Sacram'to 
Hoburg W. H. State ganger, office 64 Front, 

2d floor 
Hochstin T. clothing, 207 Kearny 
Hochkofler R. md'ze broker, cor. California 

and Front, 2d floor 
Hochstadter & Brothers, clothing and dry 

goods, 85 California, 2d floor 
Hodge Matthew, laborer, h. Calhoun, near 

Union 
Hodge Chas. apothecary. 181 Sansome 



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Hodge John, grocer, Vallejo, bet. Montgom- 
ery and Sausome 
Hodge A- Dickey, apothecaries. 181 Sausome 
Hodge John G. firm of LeCount A Strong, 

booksellers and stationers, 111 and 113 

Montgomery 
Hodges E. H. attorney, Sherman's building. 

corner Clay and Montgomery 
Hodgson Edward, baker, 248 Dupont 
Hodgson B Shaw, com. merchant, corner of 

California and Davis 
Hoelscher A. & Co. Philadelphia brewery, 

81 Bush 
Hoeg George C. coal depot, 118 Front, h. 3 

Virginia 
Hoeling A Hertel, clothing. Jackson, near 

East 
Hoffman S. dry goods, 214 1 .;, Kearny 
Hoffman Theodore S. jeweller, 151 Kearny 
Hoffman F. A Co. boots and shoes, 178l-« 

Clay 
Hoffman Ogden, Jr. judge U. S. Court 
Hoffman A Co. stove dealers, corner Sansome 

and Bush 
Hoffman Herman, stove deuler, cor. Sausome 

and Bush 
Hoffman W. P. clerk. 189 aud 191 Sansome 
Hoffman EL P. W. 132 Clay 
Hoffman D. B. boards at Niantic 
Hoffman F. tailor, 88 Pacific 
Hoffmann W. clerk, 58 Commercial 
Hogan George, carman, h. S.E. cor. Pacific 

and Powell 
Hogan P. J. Union soda water factory, 

Union place 
Hogan EL Union soda water factory, Union 

place 
Hogan John, h«347 Dupont 
Hogan Richard J. flour store, Battery, bet. 

Sacramento aud Commercial, h. Bush, 

near Dupont 
Hogan James, police officer, City Hall 
Hogan Richard J. wholesale and retail flour 

dealer, cor. Sacramento and Battery, h. 

cor. Green and Brannau 
Hogarth J. P. A Co. printers stationery, 92 

Battery 
Hogarth J. P. printer stationery, 92 Batte- 
ry, h. 48 Minna 
Hoge A Wilson, attorneys and counsellors. 6 

and 7 Montgomery block, 2d floor 
Hoge Jos. P. attorney. 6 A 7 Montgomery 

block, 2nd floor, boards at Rassette 

House 
Hogg A Langley, druggists, 113 Front 
Hogg Augustus, druggist, 113 Front 
Hogg Augustus, syrup factory, Sutter, bet 

Montgomery and Kearny 
Hohl A Locher, grocers, 78 Montgomery 
Holtsson Abram. shoe maker, h. Filbert, bet. 

Taylor and Jones 
Hoist John, porter, 60 California 
Holland H. carman, h. Green, bet. Stockton 

and Powell 



Holland John, mason, h. Sacramento, bet. 
Powell and Mason 

Holland Nathan, office 5 MeAlister's build- 
ing, Clay, boards, at P. V\ . Shepherd's 

Holland B. E. notary public, real estate agent, 
150 Montgomery, h. E. side Mason, bet. 
Green and Union 

Holland C. police officer, City Hall 

Holland Edward, book-keeper, 97 Battery 

Holman F. H. x. d. office, 232 and "234 
Washington 

Holman W. C. commission merchant, 84 and 
86 Sacramento 

Holman Thos. S. general m'd'se. 70 Califor- 
nia, h. Mission, near First 

Holman Woodford C. A Co. merchant, 84 
and 86 Sacramento 

Holman John J. carpenter, boards Wilson's 
Exchange 

Hollub Adolphus, h. Green, between Dupont 
and Stockton 

Holmes Stillman, m. d. office 200 Washington, 
2d floor 

Holmes Ahira, teacher, school cor. Broadway 
and Montgomery, h. 200 Washington 

Holmes T. waterman, boards, corner Spring 
and Summer 

Holmes A Bates, Marine Hotel, 114 Pacific 

Holmes T. Marine Hotel. 114 Pacific 

Holmes Edward, moulder, Vulcan Iron W'ks. 

Holmes Frederick, steward. Sutter Hotel 

Holmes Henry, laborer. 41 Davis 

Holmes. Could t \: Battles, jobbers and dealers 
in flour, provisions, graiu, Ac. 51 Cali- 
fornia 

Holmes Freeland, jobber and general dealer, 
h. Market, near Oriental 

Holmes, Irvine A Co. Irving house, Oregon, 
bet. Front and Davis 

Holmes Lewis W. Irving house, Oregon, bet. 
Front and Davis 

Holmes Amos, miller, 78 Jackson 

Holthans F. G. carpenter, 101 Bush 

Holladay & Warner, traders in live stock, 52 
and 54 Sansome 

Holladay Benjamin, trader in live stock, 52 
and 54 Sansome 

Holladay, Saunders A Cary, attorneys, 13 and 
14 Montgomery block 

Holladay S. w. attorney. 13 and 14 Mont- 
gomery block, h. cor. Powell and Wash- 
ington 

Holt Z. com. mer. 116 Clay 

Holt A Wright, dairymen, rear Catholic 
church, Mission Dolores 

Hollt John, porter. 60 California 

Holcomb J. F. tinner, boards 129*2 Jackson 

Holcomb Joshua, printer, boards Chicago 
Hotel 

Holcombe £ Dole, boots and shoes, 73 Com- 
mercial 

Hollenbeck & Co. wholesale grocers, 150 
Sansome 

Holly W. A. book-keeper, 182 Montgomery 



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Hollenbeck W. S. grocer, 150 Sansoine, h. 
North Beach 

Holbrook (.'has. M. builder, house 315 Pa- 
cific 

Holbrook C. D. carpenter, boards Chicago 
Hotel 

Holbrook A. N. boards Crescent City 

Holding R. machinist, Vulcan Iron Works 

Holden Edwd. P. carman, 41 California, 2d 
floor 

Holden Martin, boots and shoes, 86 Mont- 
gomery 

Hollingsworth W. G. inspector, custom house 

Holooeges & Co. grocers, Clementine, near 
Ecker 

Holooeges Henry, grocer, Clementine, near 
Ecker 

Hollister, Fox & Howe, proprietors Alta 
Hotel. Davis 

Hollister D. S. proprietor Alta Hotel, Davis 

Homer C. builder, h. S.E. cor. Taylor and 
Broadway 

Homer Mrs. Eliza V. (widow.) 204 Stockton 

Honigsberger J. dry goods, 92 California 

Hoogs Octavian, firm Fitch & Co 39 Sacra- 
mento, house Bush, 2 doors above Du- 
pont 

Hoober C. B. priuter, " Daily Commercial 
Advertiser" office, 146 Montgomery 

Hooper John, lumber yard, Washington, bet. 
Stockton and Stout's alley 

Hooper A. J. com. mer. h. Dupout, bet. Sac- 
ramento and California 

Hooper John, lumber merchant, 23 California, 
h. 245 Washington 

Hooper W. H. clerk, 23 California, h. 245 
Washington 

Hooper Thos. T. police officer 

Hood Alfred H. loduins' house, 30 Commercial, 
2d floor 

Hood David, 29 Leidsdorff 

Hooker William, porter, at Fox <t O'Con- 
nor's 

Hooker Chas. H. clerk, iron building, San- 
some, opposite Tehama house 

Hooke W. H. clerk, California wharf, house 
Oriental block 

Hopkins E. G. painter, h. Yallejo. bet. Kear- 
ny and Dupout 

Hopkins S. A., Artesian well contractor, h. 
155 Pine 

Hopkins 1\. C. deputy clerk. District Court 

Hopkins Thos. crockery, 339 Stockton 

Hopkins E. 72 and 74 California 

Hopkins L. boarding house. Market, near 
First 

Hopkins Chas & Co. lumber merchants, 
Washington, below Davis 

Hopkins Samuel J. book-keeper, Washington, 
below Davis 

Hopkins J. P. feed store, 18 Bush 

Hopkins Jessie, feed store, 18 Bush 

Hopkins Joseph, California Land Commis- 
sioner, Masonic Hall 



Hopkins Alex, at Caryl & Elliott's, stables, 

Stevenson 
Hopkins S. X. clerk, custom house, h. Wash- 
ington, near Powell 
Hopkins C. T. clerk, custom house, h Stock- 
ton, bet. Clay and Sacramento 
Hopping J. D. porter, 205 Clay 
Hopps Chas painter and glazier, 4 iron block, 

Sansome, opposite Tehama house 
Hopper A. carriage smith, Kearnev, near 

Post 
Hope John, laborer, Vulcan Iron Works 
Hopley Joseph, cabinet maker, 159 Sacra- 
mento 
Horr Win. American bakery. 221 Pacific, h. 

cor. Powell and Yallejo 
Horr Geo. E. bakery, 221 Pacific, h. corner 

Powell and Yallejo 
Horr Wm. it Co Alden's restaurant, 74 and 

76 Commercial 
Horlor John E. trader, house cor. Post and 

Dupont 
Horsfall Joseph H. contractor, house 156 

Mission 
Horton R. saloon, X. W. corner Jane and 

Jessie 
Horton Horace, carpenter, boards Sutter 

Hotel 
Horton & Pierce, lodging house, 77 Jackson, 

3d floor 
Horton L. G. lodging house, 77 Jackson, 3d 

floor 
Horn T. L. importer cigars and tobacco, 113 

Clay 
Horn B. C. & Co. importers of Havana cigars, 

93 Battery, corner Clay, h. corner Bush 

and Sansome 
Horn Phillip, Sutter Hotel. Beale, near 

Folsom 
Horn W. S. firm of Jones. Horn & Co. 91 

Battery 
Horner. John M. real estate. 2 Armory Hall, 

3d floor 
Hort Samuel, com. mer. 92 Jackson 
Horan J. C. & Co. liquors and groceries, 92 

Battery 
Hoskins Edward, h. Stockton, near Yallejo 
Hoskin Edward, clerk, "Daily Commercial 

Advertiser," 146 Montgomery 
Hoskin T. C. clerk. 84 Commercial 
Hossefross Geo. H. builder, h. Kearny, near 

Pacific 
Hojmer C . liquors and cigars, 81 Front, h. 

Powell, one door S. of Clay 
Hosmer & Smith, Merchants' Exchange, 152 

Montgomery 
Hosmer H. B. Merchahts' Exchange, 152 

Montgomery 
Hosty Charles, clerk, 55 Commercial 
Hossman & Maison, grocers. Second, near 

Jessie 
Hossman Arnold, grocer, Second, near Jessie 
Hotaling A. P. clerk, 154 Sansome 
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Hotalling A. P. boarding house, Jackson, 

near Davis 
Houseworth Thos. optician, 198 Clay 
Houghton W. E. printer, " Sun" office 
Houghton J. F. lumber merchant, California 

wharf, h. Oriental Block 
Houche Ghas. H . messenger, custom house 
Howe Otis, h. John, near Powell 
Howe & Go. grocers, Clay, bet. Sansome and 

Montgomery 
Howe Wm. grocer, Clay, between Sansome 

and Montgomery, h. S. E. corner Sacra- 
mento and Buena Vista 
Howe C. E. V. agent, h. 65 Broadway 
Howe Allen, firm of Allister, Fox & Howe, 

Alta House, Davis 
Howe Chas. W. clerk, 146 Sacramento 
Howes Geo. & Co. com. mer. 155 Sansome 
Howes Jabez, com. merchant, 155 Sansome 
Howes Geo. com. merchant, 155 Sansome 
Howes & Co. importers and dealers in furni- 
ture, 180 Montgomery 
Howes Reuben, importer and dealer in furni- 
ture, 180 Montgomery, h. Anthony st. 
Howes Zadoc C. carman, 180 Montgomery 
How Peter, machinist, Sutter Iron Works 
Hows Wm. Tomkins .Market, 134 Mission 
Howard John, h. '250 Dupout 
Howard W. D. M. real estate, office Howard's 

buildings 
Howard John, shoemaker, 166 Clay 
Howard Ghas. tinner, 41 Battery 
Howard Charles G. houso and sign painter, 

90 Clay 
[Howard Irvine, moulder, Vulcan Iron Works 
Howard John, machinist, b'ds 29 Lcidsdorff 
Howard House, 35 Pacific 
Howard Wm. cabinet maker, 157 Saeram'to 
;Howard & Wilber, builders, 27 Sansome 
(Howard N. S. builder, 27 Sansome 
(Howard Chas. E. grocer, corner of Sansome 

and Bush 
iHoward C. Webb, broker, cor. Montgomery 

and Merchant 
Howard Chas. A. bar-keeper, 155 Kearny 
iHoward & Perley, attorneys, 23 Montgomery 

Block 
Howard Volney E. attorney, 23 Montgomery 

Block 
;Howard & Jackson, saloon, cor. Sacramento 

and Kearny 
Howard William, saloon, corner Sacramento 

and Kearny 
Howell J. L. grocer, 194 Kearny, h. Ellis, 2 

doors above Powell 
Howell B. H. com. merchant, 104 Battery, 

h. 247 Clay 
Howell Lewis, book-keeper, 92 Front 
Howlet Chas. trader, boards at Dr. Baldwin's 
Hoxie John K. 130 Jackson 
(Hoyer Cornelius, messenger custom house, h. 

corner Powell and Union 
iHoyt Moses, corner Sacramento and Davis, 

2d floor 



Hoyt John C. agent of New York and Balti- 
more Underwriters, 106 Montgomery, 
boards at Oriental 

Hoyt L. & Co. stalls 32, 33 and 34 U. States 
Market 

Hoyt N. B. clerk, 68 Commercial 

Huard A. m. d. office and house 172 Montg'ry 

Huber C. boots and shoes, 187 Washington 

Huber Henry, liquors, Market, bet. Battery 
and Sansome 

Hubbard C. G. attorney, 6 and 7 Armory 
Hall, 2d floor 

Hubbard Loreuzo, m. d. office and residence 
Clarendon House 

Hubbard & Co. manuf. and dealers in stoves, 
117 Sansome 

Hubbard H. P. manuf. and dealer in stoves, 
117 Sansome, h. corner of Pacific and 
Montgomery 

Hubbard D. manuf. and dealer in stoves, 117 
Sansome, h. corner of Pacific and Mont- 
gomery 

Hubbard Chas. law student at Judge Bennett's 

Hubbard Walter M. porter at Wadsworth & 
Rockwell's 

Hubbard John O. painter, h. Stevenson, bet. 
First aud Ecker 

Hubbard Edward, porter, 17 Davis 

Hubbard J. com. merchant, 4 Washington 

Hubbard J. C. printer, 45 Batbry, h. Ste- 
venson 

Hubbard D. jour, printer, "News" office, 35 
Commercial 

Hubbard George D. storage and commission, 
107 Clay, 2d floor 

Hubert Constant, wig maker, 171 Commercial 

Hubert John, clerk, Bolton & Barron's bd'g, 
3d floor 

Hubbs Geo. steward, 76 Pacific 

Hubbell Jas. Gale, civil engineer, corner Bush 
and Montgomery, boards at Oriental 

Hudemann H. firm of Hardt & Hudemann, 
com. merchants, 89 Clay 

Hudson Wm. laborer, h. corner Kearny and 
Pacific 

Hudson Harry, Sazerac Exchange, 215 Clay 

Hudson Geo. commissioner of deeds, Bolton 
& Barron's building, 3d floor 

Hudson H. C. cofiee mills, corner of Union 
and Montgomery 

Hudson Henry S. 105 and 107 Sacramento, 
2d floor 

Hudson M. & Co. boots and shoes, corner of 
California and Battery, 2d floor* 

Hudson N. clerk, corner California* and Bat- 
tery, 2d floor v 

Hudson David, clerk, corner Clay and Davis 

Huerne P. architect and civil engineer, Mont- 
gomery, bet. Pacific and Broadway 

Huff Oliver B. 160 Kearny 

Huff H. D. boards at 89 Pacific 

Hughs James, Post-office Exchange, 219 Clay 

Hughs John, laborer, h. St. Mary's 

Hughs J. P. 162 Sacramento 



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Hughes Charles, feeder, "S. F. Herald," 120 

Montgomery 
Hughes John, 132 Kearny 
Hughes, Glen & Co. com.'mer. 97 California 
Hughes Henry, com. merchant, 97 California 
Hughes Chas. James, attorney and commis- 
sioner for Pennsylvania, Parson's b'dg, 

Clay 
Hughes & Hunter, ship and custom house 

brokers, 76 Battery, cor. Sacramento 
Hughes T. A. ship and custom house broker, 

76 Battery, corner Sacramento, h. 123 

Stockton 
Hughes John P. saddler, 75 California 
Hughes Michael, clerk, 24 Sacramento 
Hughes F. J. carpenter, 16 Bush 
Hug J. lager bier house, corner of Clay and 

Montgomery, basement 
Hug J. proprietor Philadelphia House, Pine, 

near Kearny 
Huhn A. J. miller, S. F. mills 
Hulbert Wm. E. printer, h. 16 Clay 
Hull J. H. printer, "Sun" office 
Hull M. J. shutter maker, 164 Sacramento 
Hull Henry, boards at 26 Montgomery 
Humbert Augustus, 2 Armory Hall, 2d floor 

(late U. S. assayer,) h. S. E. cor. Sacra- 
mento and Powell 
Humphrey John B. grocer, 201 Sacramento, 

corner Dupont 
Humphrey L. clerk "Times & Transcript" 

office 
Humphreys Albert N. clerk, 58 Front 
Hummel & Kraft, shoe manf. 144 Montg'ry 
Hume James, porter house, 122 Jackson 
Hunt Johu, hatter, rear 343 Stockton 
Hunt Wm. T. fruit, 280 Dupont 
Hunt James L. h. 119 Bush 
Hunt Wm. ship carpenter, h. corner Second 

and Minna 
Hunt Mrs. Hannah, private boarding, Russ la. 
Hunt J. wharf builder, h. Russ lane 
Hunt D. wharf builder, h. Russ lane 
Hunt Patrick, Tattersall's livery stables, 163 

Sacramento 
Hunt Geo. T. attorney, office 127 Montgomery, 

2d floor 
Hunt J. D. & Co. agricultural hardware, cor. 

Clay and Battery 
Hunt J. D. agricultural hardware, cor. Clay 

and Battery, h. corner of Broadway and 

Montgomery 
Hunt J. Lewis, clerk, cor. Clay and Battery 
Hunt Simon B. firm of Flint. Peabody & Co. 
Hunt & Huler, produce commission merchants, 

, 44 Clay 
Hunt C. A. produce com. merchant, 44 Clay 
Hunt Jas. R. porter house, 53 Jackson 
Hunt D. W. pattern maker, 8 Leidsdorff 
Hunt Rev. T. Uwight, pastor First Congre- 
gational Church, h. corner of Mason and 
Vallejo 
Hunt A. M. clerk, 74 and 76 Commercial 
Hunter W. T. Golden Gate bakery 



Hunter A. A. ship and custom house broker» 

76 Battery, cor. Sacramento, h. Powell > 

near Clay 
Hunter Lewis C. 62 California, 2d floor 
Hunter Wm. W. shipping office, 55 Jackson, 

2d floor 
Hunter B. H. com merchant, 31 Clay, 2d floor 
Hunter Chas. flour store, 136 Sansome, cor. 

Washington 
Hungerford John T. mer. h. 226*2 Dupont 
Huntington John M. attorney, office McAllis- 
ter's building 
Huntingdon U. blacksmith, 38 Webb 
Huntington Chas. E. tinner, 110 Sansome 
Huntoon W. M. & Co. lumber merchants, 23 

California 
Huntoon W. M. lumber merchant, 23 Cali- 
fornia, h. 321 Stockton 
Huntress S. 0. clerk, 99 Battery 
Hurlbert Sethi, painter, h. 225 Stockton 
Hurgnen Andrew, cabinet maker, 116 Jackson 
Hurley Patrick, carpenter, boards 196 Pacific 
Hurley Jas. D. bar-keeper, 174 Clay, 2d floor 
Ilurdy Wm. at Flint, Peabody & Co's. 
Huston Guy, gunsmith, 209 Clay 
Hussey Thomas, stevedore, h. corner of Jane 

and Mission 
Hussey, Bond & Hale, com. merchants, 59 

and 61 Sansome 
Hussey F. A. com. mer. 59 and 61 Sansome 
Husey Simon, laborer, h. Montgomery, near 

Union 
Huse Prof. A. H. astrologer, boards Chicago 

Hotel 
Hutt Joseph, mason, boards Lombard, bet. 

Powell and Stockton 
Ilutt G. H. machinist, 137 Pine 
Hutcheson Jas. gardener, h. Lombard, bet. 

Kearny and Dupont 
Hutchinson Daniel, surveyor, b'ds 196 Pacific 
Hutchinson Andrew, at Babb & Co's. soda 

factory 
Hutchinson Thomas, mason, boards at 147 

Sansome 
Hutchinson J. S. teller, at Drexel, Sather & 

Church's 
Hutchinson H. D. saloon, 13 California 
Hutchinson Robert, cook, 3 Jackson 
Hatching E. P. clerk, 180 Montgomery 
Hutchins John, shipsmith,* boards at G. 

Chapin's 
Hutchins U. P. com. merchant, 93 Front, 

corner Pine and Stockton 
Hutton & Co. auct. and commission, Wasr, 

ington, bet. Battery and Sansome 
Hutton J. F. auction and commission, 111 

and 119 AVaskington, h. corner Harrisoi 

and First 
Hutton G. M. Alta Foundry, Market, near 

corner First 
Hutton G. M. sawing and planing mills, Mar- 
ket, near corner First 
Huxley J. M deputy State gauger, office 64 

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Huyck G. fireman. Eclipse Mills 

Hyarns L. H. m. d. Niantic building. Clay 

Hyam B. D. attorney. McAllister's building 

Hyatt Caleb, proprietor Oriental Hotel 

Hyatt John G. inspector, custom house 

Hyde C. G. m. d. office and h. 291 Dupont 

Hyde Wm. H. carpenter, h. 115 Bush 

Hyde & Gammack, hardware, 109 Sacram'to 

Hvde Isaac, hardware, 109 Sacramento 

Hvde B. M. at Mutton ft C 

Hyde Michael, at M. L. Winn's 

Hyde J. T. m. d. office 1G9 Front 

Hyde W. F. merchant, h. First. bet. Folsom 

and Howard 
Hyde E. book-keeper, 80 and 82 Davis 
Hyde John W. Clinton Market. Jackson, bet. 

Drum and East . 
Hyde Harvey, carman, boards 68 Montg'ry 
Hyde Henry C. clerk, 163 Montgomery. 2d 

floor 
Hyer P. E. machinist, Yulcan Iron TV 
Hyland James, blacksmith, 102 Kearny 
Hyman P. 0. ft Co. dealers in Hour, 96 Front 
Hynard J. P. blacksmith. Summer street 

Iaxcet W. jour, printer, "Times and 

script" office 
Ickelheimer H. sign painter, 122 Kearny, h. 

Sutter, near Dupont 
Ickey Jacob, cabinet maker, 1."'!) .Sacramento 
Ide John, blacksmith. 194 Sansome 
Ide Edwin, porter. 155 .Sansome 
Ides Levi, clerk, 8 Commercial 
lis John G. tin and sheet iron worker, 17- 

Washington 
Us Francis, engineer. 180 Washington 
lis Dennis, blacksmith, lids. 1.29% Jackson 
Imerund John, machinist, Union fron Wks. 
Imhons Louis, house Mason, bet. Lombard 

and Chestnut 
Ing John O. carpenter, boards. Beale. near 

Folsom 
Ingraham Nelson, honse corner Taylor and 

Lombard 
Ingraham John, pilot, h. Calhoun, bet. Union 

and Green 
Ingram J. W. builder, boards 1 2 1 e Jackson 
Ingrain W. A. cashier. P. O. h. Yirgihia 
Inge S. W (U. S. district attorney,) U. S. 

Court Rooms, house Stockton, bet Pacific 

and Broadway 
Ingalls Ceo. groom for Dillon. Hedge ft Co. 
Ingalls John, carpenter, boards National 

Hotel 
Ingols H L. firm of Bokee, Titcomb ft Co. 

59 and 61 Sacramento 
Inkley Hiram, cor. Sacramento and Battery 
Innes Edw. S. impr. and com. mer. 3 May- 

nards' Row 
Innis Wm. steward, 40 Sacramento 
Inngerman J. L. watchmaker, 123 Eront 
Inwood George, house Powell, between Green 

and Mason 
Iredale A. S. firm of Acklev & Co. 147 Front 



Iredale Alfred S. 94 Jackson 

Irish Chas. steward, Gibson's Hotel, cor. Davis 

and Oregon 
Irngrund John, machinist, Union Iron Wks. 
Irn°rund John, machinist, Union Iron Wks. 
Irving John, porter, 103 and 105 Front 
Irving James H. attorney, McAllister's build- 
ing, Clay 
Irvine Robt. proprietor of Irving house, bet. 

Front and Davis 
Irvine Francis, cook. 71 Pacific, 2d floor 
Irwin W. lumber merchant. \ Market-street 

wharf 
Irwin Samuel, inspector custom House 
Irwin Brown, inspector custom house 
Isaac H. J. carman, h. Taylor, bet. Green- 
wich and Filbert 
Isaacs L. hatter. 140 Montgomery, h. Union, 

bel Kearny and Dupont 
Isaacs Moses, clothing, 61 Commercial 
Isaacs B. A M. clothing, 47 Commercial 
Isaacs K. clothing, 81 Commercial 

Mark, bakery. Bartol, bet. Yallejo and 
Broadway 
1 Isbister William, blacksmith, Stevenson, near 

First 
Isnard Joseph H. inspector, custom house 
1 Iungermann I. L. watchmaker. 125 Front 
Ives Robert carman, boards 196 Pacific 
1 - \V. -tails. 26 and 28 Pacific Market 
i i ; i< star, mason, boards, Bay State House 

Jacobs Peter, grocer, corner Mason and 

Lombard 
Jacobs David, tailor, h. S. side Pacific, above 

Kearny 

Jacobs I. tailor, h. St. Mary's 
Jacobs, Levy <fc Co. general importers, 78 
Montgomery 

Jacobs A. tailor, 69 Pacific 

Jacob Lewis, 241 Dupont 

Ja'coby Mrs. Anna, groceries. N. W. corner 
Powell and Filbert 

Jacoby William, general importer, 70 and 
72 Montgomery 

Jackson John, grocer, cor. Sutter and Rassette 
place 

Jackson John, carpenter, h. Minna, bet. Jane 
and Second 

Jackson Francis, saloon. Webb, near Sac- 
ramento 

Jackson William, laborer, house Second, near 
Jessie 

Jackson J. G. lumber merchant, Market, junc- 
tion California, house Post, near Powell 

Jackson Mrs. Catharine, (widow) private 
boarding. 26 Davis, 2d floor 

Jackson Joseph, h. 160% Commercial 

Jackson Frank, firm of Howard & Jackson, 
cor. Sacramento and Kearny 

Jameson James. Washington baths, 174 
Washington, h. Washington, bet. Powell 
and Mason 

James P. T. clerk, Wilson's Exchange 



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Jamison W. D. m. d. 178 Montgomery, 2d 

floor 
Jamisson James, foundryman, Union Iron 

Works 
James Stephen, tin and sheet iron worker 189 

Montgomery 
James Col Geo. F. attorney, City Hall 
Janes J. N. clerk, 201 Clay 
Janes Edward, attorney, office, 204 Clay, 2d 

floor 
Janes Henry B. attorney, U. S. court, Fourth, 

near Market 
Janes W. C. boards Franklin Hotel 
Janes, Doyle & Barber, attorneys, 1, 2 & 3 

Montgomery block 
Janes Horace P. attorney, 1, 2 and 3 Mont- 
gomery block 
Janssen E. grocer, cor. Dupont and Sutter 
Janssen Edmund, importer, G9 Sacramento 
Janson Geo. clerk at Sullivan's periodical 

depot 
Janson, Bond & Co.'importers and jobbers, 64 

Battery 
Janson C. J. importer and jobber, G4 Bat- 
tery 
Jaques James, carman, h. 118 Bush 
Jaques Enoch, Opposition Line Pilots, cor. 

Jackson and East, 2d floor 
Jasynsky Lewis, com. mer. 105 Front, 3d 

floor, h. cor. Mason and Yallejo 
Jaynor Matt, carman, h. 75 Broadway 
Jeck Andrew, boots and shoes, 34 Commercial 
Jeffry Thomas, laborer, 166 Commercial 
Jeffrey John, laborer, 131 Kearny 
Jeffrey R. H. storage and commission, 156 

Batttry, h. Pleasant Valley 
Jeffries Thomas, coffee stand, cor. Drum and 

California 
Jefts James M. fruit, Kearny, near Com- 
mercial 
Jehu N. L. grocer, N. W. corner Green and 

Dupont 
Jelling Wra. at De Long, McNeil & Co.'s 
Jelly W. m. d. house and office 211 Stockton 
Jenkins John, fancy store, 288 Dupont 
Jenkins James W. book-keeper, 159 Mont- 
gomery, h. Folsom, between First and 
Second 
Jenkins Chas. S. clerk, 96 and 98 Battery 
Jenkins John R. blacksmith, 94 Pine 
Jenifer Walter H. inspector, custom house 
Jenner E. K. dentist, 38 First, 2d floor 
Jennings E. E. cutter at Brown & Keyes 
Jennings & Brewster, importers and manu- 
facturers of clothing, 72 Battery 
Jennings O. B. importer and manufacturer of 

clothing, 72 Battery 
Jenings D. A. commission merchant, 83 

Washington 
Jerrett Thomas, saloon, 51 Montgomery 
Jessup A. J. baker at Jenny Lind Bakery 
Jessup R. M. commission merchant, 79 

Washington 
Jessup Isaac, clerk, 79 Washington 



Jessup Wm. H. toll-keeper, second toll gate, 

Mission road 
Jessel E. A. patent auctioneer, 115 Com- 
mercial 
Jewell J. Duncan, at Flint, Peabody & Co's. 
Jewell Wm. clerk, 47 and 49 Commercial, h. 

Stockton, near Washington 
Jewett Daniel T. attorney, office 14 Wells' 

building 
Jewett Wm. S. artist, Post-office building, 

2d floor 
Jewett Wm. Cornell, merchant, 4 Masonic 

Hall, h. Townsend, between Second and 

Third 
Jewett Jarvis, cor. California and Sansome 
Jillard Mrs. John, saloon, 50 Broadway 
Jobson G. F. grocer, 201 Sacramento, corner 

Dupont 
Jobson David, 201 Sacramento, cor. Dupont 
Jocknick G. F. clerk, 111 Clay 
Johnson J. C. & Co. importers and dealers in 

saddles and harness, 130 Sansome 
Johnson S. O. market reporter "S. F. Her- 
ald," 120 Montgomery 
Johnson William S. assistant clerk Supreme 

Court, City Hall 
Johnson Wm. H. carman, h. Battery, near 

Yallejo 
Johnson Chas. porter, at G. B. Post's, cor. 

Front and Green 
Johnson Miss Harriet, dress maker, 145 Sac- 
ramento, 2d floor 
Johnson Mrs. E. J. millinery and fancy goods, 

156 Sacramento 
Johnson Wm. Neely & Co. general brokers 

and agents, 96 Merchant 
Johnson Wm. Neely, general broker, boards 

at Mrs. Haley's Waverly place 
Johnson N. D. 118 Commercial, 2d floor 
Johnson John, teamster, 44 Battery 
Johnson Erastus, carman, h. Greenwich, rear 

of Greenwich Street Church 
Johnson John, carpenter, h. Filbert, between 

Kearny and Dupont 
Johnson Chas. boatman, boards 196 Pacific 
Johnson J. W. blacksmith, 129 Kearny 
Johnson & Sellecks, daguerrian artists, 142 

Montgomery, 2d floor 
Johnson Geo. H. daguerrian artist, No. 142 

Montgomery, 2d floor 
Johnson John, importer, 156 Sacramento 
Johnson E. J. importer of millinery and fancy 

goods, 156 Sacramento 
Johnson T. R. books and stationery, 140 

Sacramento 
Johnson Chas. E. daguerrian artist, 163 Clay, 

boards at Crescent City Hotel 
Johnson & Canfield, importers of clothing, 

169 Clay 
Johnson John, clothing, 169 Clay, h. corner 

Broadway and Montgomery 
Johnson Aaron, clerk, 169 Clay 
Johnson E. attorney, office 174 Clay, boards 

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Johnson C. A. attorney, office Montgomery 

Block 
Johnson S. W. paints, oils, &c, 105 and 107 

Clay, boards at Wilson's Exchange 
Johason Erastus, carman, 93 Battery 
Johnson Thomas, grocer, N. W. cor. Union 

and Montgomery 
Johnson G. W. carpenter, 148 Pacific 
Johnson S. 0. proprietor and editor "Price 

Current" 
Johnson N. D. collector for "Price Current"' 
Johnson Henry & Co., wholesale druggists, 

146 Washington, h. corner Montgomery 

and Broadway 
Johnson Edw. C. machine sewer, 67 Jackson 
Johnson George, saloon, 137 Washington 
Johnson Geo. C. &, Co. iron and steel. 36 and 

38 Battery 
Johnson Alex, seaman, boards 20 Stevenson 
Johnson Peter, boarding house, Market street 

wharf 
Johnson C. S. shipping and com. merchant, 

37 California, h. corner of Harrison and 

Rincon place 
Johnson Taylor, lumber mer. 25 California 
Johnson S. H. lumber mcrch't, 25 California 
Johnson Daniel, apprentice Union Iron Wka 
Johnson John W. barkeeper, 35 Pacific 
Johnson P. F. Messenger House. Front, bet. 

Jackson and Pacific 
Johnson F. barkeeper, Wash, below Davis 
Johnston George Pen. firm of Kewen, John- 
ston & Morrison, Custom House Block 
Johnston Geo. P. clerk, custom house 
Johnston James, El Dorado Saloon, corner of 

Kearny and Washington 
Johnston James, copper and sheet iron, 41 

Batterry 
Johnston Win. B. com. merch't, 35 Com'cial. 
Johnston John, steward, .Jones' Hotel 
Johnston Thos. J. lumber merchant, boards 

at Oriental 
Johnston & Mead, daguerrean artists, 138 

Montgomery, 2d floor 
Johns Thomas L). com. merchant, 58 and 60 

Sansome, h. 245 Washington 
Johns Wm. M. clerk, 62 California 
Johanniug Lewis, millinery, 272 Dupont 
Joice E. V. notary public and counsellor, 106 

Montgomery, h. 205 Stockton 
Jolly Richard, baker, 221 Pacific 
Jones E. W. saloon, Pacific, above Kearny 
Jones Franklin L. house and sign painter, 192 

Jackson 
Jones Joseph, house and sign painter, 1 92 

Jackson 
Jones Edward, banker, firm of Palmer, Cook 

& Co. 
Jones Henry B. book-keeper, at Palmer, Cook 

& Co's. 
Jones Thomas, carpenter, h. 53 Montgomery 
Jones S. J. at Wells, Fargo & Co's. 
Jones Wm. Carey, attorney, office Argenti's 
building 



Jones Henry L. at Franklin House 

Jones E. saloon, 57 Broadway 

Jones Douglass, butcher, Ohio market, 121 

Pacific 
Jones & Stevens, stalls 12 and 13 IT. States 

Market 
Jones & Co. boots and shoes, corner Battery 

and Clay, 2d floor 
Jones S. D. firm of Jones & Co. h. corner of 

Powell and John 
Jones & Tobin, milliners' furnishing store, 57 

Sacramento 
Jones E. H. milliners' furnishing store, No. 

.")7 Sacramento 
Jones Edward, moulder. Alta Foundry 
Jones John W. carpenter, boards at Longley's 

restaurant 
Jones Chas. F. com. merch't, h. 163 Mission 
Jones C. F. machinist. Sutter Iron Works 
Jones John, foundry man, boards Beale, near 

Folsoin 
Jones John, clerk for Abernethy, Clark & 

Co. Stewart 
Jones Henry T. boarding house, 72 Market 
Jones H. F. wharfinger. Main street wharf 
Joues Edw. D. clerk, 35 Leidsdorff 
Jones Geo. W. clerk, 52 and 54 California 
Jones James T. saloon, 48 Sacramento 
Jones David, proprietor of Jones' Hotel, 119 

( ialifornia 
Jones D. R. carpenter, boards Jones' Hotel 
Jones Wm. B. t \: Co. merchants, corner San- 
some and California, 2d floor 
Jones Benry W. u. i>. corner Sansome and 

California. 2d floor 
Jones J. H. police officer, City Hall 
Jones Mrs. Laura A. vocalist, res. at Henry 

Mc -Jits', cor. Montgomery and Broadway 
Jones, Horn & Co. wines and liquors, No. 91 

Battery 
Jones G. C. wines and liquors, 91 Battery, 

boards at Wilson's Exchange 
Jones David, gilder, 129 California 
Jones John, cook, U. S. M. Hospital 
Jones Thomas, laborer, U. S. M. Hospital 
Jones S. L. firm of Cobb, Backus & Co. auc- 
tion and com. merchants, 35 Sacramento 
Jones Chas. F. clerk, 76 Montgomery 
Jones John, carman, h. 312 Stockton 
Jones Mrs. C. F. private boarding, Powell, 

near Sutter 
Jones Mr. manager and proprietor American 

Theatre, boards at Garswell House, 16 

Sansome 
Jorden Michael, builder, house Stockton, near 

Lombard 
Jorden B. porter, 166 Sansome 
Jordan & Koehler, jewellers, 130).< Montg'ry 
Jordau M. jeweller, 130^ Montgomery 
Jordan Wm. Pleasant Valley bakery, Clem- 
entine, near Ecker 
Jorgensen J. E. Mountaineer House, corner 

Commercial and Kearny 
Jordon W. C. Branch Hotel 



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Jork L. tailor, 69 Pacific 

Joseph J. general dealer, h. N. side Green, 

bet. Stockton and Powell 
Joseph H. clothing, 221 Kearny 
Joseph Byam, merchant, Sherman's building, 

cor. Clay and Montgomery 
Joseph J. furniture, 29 Bush 
Joseph Brothers & Co. chronometer makers 

and jewellers, 149 Montgomery 
Joseph L. B. chronometer maker and jeweller, 

149 Montgomery 
Joseph J. B. chronometer maker and jeweller, 

149 Montgomery 
Josephs S. J. saddles and harness, 102 Batt'y 
Josephs J. J. Jr. police officer, City Hall 
Josephson M. painter, 152 Washington, 2d 

floor 
Josephine Miss, danseuse, boards cor. Union 

and Union place 
Josselyn J. S. h. 226^ Dupont 
Josselyn Geo. M. firm Smith k Co. Market 

street wharf 
Josselyn Mrs. Lucy M. 38 Halleck 
Josselyn Geo. W. toll keeper, first toll gate, 

Mission road, h. cor. Third and Mission j 
Joseff & Moras, manf. boots and shoes, corner 

Washington and Montgomery 
Josephi Robert & Co. importers of diamonds, 

jewelry, watch materials, tools, «fec. 176 

Washington 
Josephi R. importer of diamonds, jewelry, 

watch materials, tools, &c, 176 Wash- 
ington 
Josephi J. S. importer of diamonds, jewelry, 

watch materials, tools, &c, 176 VV'ash'tn 
Joy H. ship carpenter, h. 298 Pacific 
Joy Hartford, porter, 38 Commercial 
Joyce Samuel, land agent, boards 23 Pike 
Joyce Montgomery, saloon, cor. Montgomery 

and Bush, h. St. Mary's 
Joyce John F. contractor, Trinity, near Bush 
Joyner J. mason, h. corner Union and Varren 

place 
Joynt Robert, boarding house, 68 Montg'ry 
Judah Chas. D. attorney, 163 Montgomery, 

2d floor, rooms Parrott's building 
Julian Henry, druggist, corner Washington 

and Kearny 
Just Chas. h. Jackson, bet. Powell and Mason 

Kaeding Charles, h. Broadway, 3 doors 

above Mason 
Kahlke P. cigar store, 213 Kearny 
Kahman George, laborer at C. Pope's, Dupont 
Kahn L. clothing, 67 Commercial 
Kaindler Brothers, importers and jobbers, 

193 Clay 
Kaindler A. importer and jobber, 193 Clay 
Kaindler G. importer and jobber, 193 Clay 
Kalkmann Philip, commission merchant, 147 

Battery, 2d floor 
Kalisoher, K. 1). clothing, 25 Commercial 
Kane John K. general merchant, 87 Califor- 
nia, h. corner Tehama and Second 



Kane Michael, inspector, custom house 
Kanary David, painter, 4 Iron Block, oppo- 
site Tehama House, Sansome 
Kaol A. clothing, 280 Dupont 
Karrigan Michael, door-keeper, State Marine 

Hospital 
Karliphmans J. clothing, 70 Commercial 
Kasson C. S. clerk, 94 Front 
Kathan Orin, at Holt & Wright's dairy. 
rear of Catholic Church. Mission Dolores 
Kating John, saloon, 84 Pacific 
Katz Benjamin & Co. clothing, 121 Com- 
mercial 
Katz Daniel, flour packer, 94 Front 
Kauffmann A. J. clothing, 215 Kearny 
Kauffman Edward, book-keeper, Happy Val- 
ley Mills 
Kaufman J. butcher, 99 Bush 
Kaufman 0. & W. importers, 5 Custom 

House Block, 2d floor. 
Kaueo & Thompson, New York Bakery, 160 

Kearny 
Kauee Francis, New York Bakery, 160 

Kearny 
Kaul Robert, dry goods, 173 Clay 
Keating H. blacksmith, 277 1 o Dupont 
Kearney Wm. proprietor Ripton House, 

Mission road 
Keck G. W. carpenter, boards Franklin 

Hotel 
Keesing B. h. Stockton, one door from Green 
Keen S. J. cooper, California-st. wharf 
Keen J. C. clerk, 63 Sacramento 
Keen Philip, carpenter, 27 Sansome 
Keenan John, clerk, 169 Clay 
Keenan J. S. printer, " Ledger" office 
Keeley John, mason, boards Bay State House 
Keeny Wm. United States Court room 
Keep John, bar-keeper, Union Hotel 
Keefer Patrick, laborer, h. Montgomery, near 

Broadway 
Keefe A. boarding house, 35 Broadway 
Keffe J. F. bar-keeper, 31 Commercial 
Kegan Michael, laborer, h. Broadway, be- 
tween Mason and Taylor 
Kehoe Thomas, laborer, 164 California 
Keith Samuel, engineer, San Francisco Mills 
Keith Wm. H. & Co. druggists, cor. Mont- 
gomery and Clay 
Keith John, bar-keeper, cor. Jackson and 

East 
Keirman John, stone cutter, h. Milton place 
Kelly John, blacksmith, 194 Sansome 
Kelly John Jr. Brooklyn Hotel, 37 Broad'y 
Kelly John, boarding house, 33 Broadway 
Kelly John, boarding house, Battery, near 

Broadway 
Kelly Bernard, carman, h. Greenwich, be- 
tween Mason and Taylor 
Kelly Wm. laborer, h. Taylor, between Clay 

and Sacramento 
Kelly Henry, butcher, h. corner Yallejo and 

Mason 
Kelly Bernard, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 






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Kelly Michael, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
K-iiy Patrick, laborer, boards 106 Pacific 
Keliy Eugene A Co. importers dry goods, 

cor. Sansome and Sacramento 
Kelly John, dry goods, 133 Sacramento 
Kelly Win. merchant tailor, 198 Kearny 
Kelly Dermis, messenger, Merchants' Ex- 
change 
Kelly Cornelius, porter, 85 Davis 
Kelly C. 0. carman, 110 Front 
Kelly Daniel, mason, boards 68 Montgomery 
Kelly E. A watchman, custom house 
Kelley C.T. clerk, boards 129 1 ., Jackson 
Kelley D. C. boots and shoes, 52 1 ., Com- 
mercial 
Kelsey D. S Texas House, 73 Commercial 
Kelsey W. F. merchant, h. Third, near Kearny 
Kelsey Geo. W. firm of Scooffy A: Kelsey, 
146 Montgomery, h. Union, between 
Kearney and Dupont 
Kelsey A Co. Golden Gate Butter Depot, 76 

Montgomery 
Kelsey Melville. Golden Cate Cutter Depot, 

76 Montgomery, h. 163 Mission 
Kelsey Melville A. clerk, 76 Montgomery, 

h. 163 Mission 
KellsD. bookseller, boards 147 Sansome 
Kellogg & Richter, assayers, 106 Montgom- 
ery, basement 
Kellogg J. G. assayer, 106 Montgomery, 

basement 
Kellogg Geo. H. firm of Flint. Peabodv & I ' i. 
Kellogg C. L. seed store, 1 L8 California 
bk gg & Bnrke, druggists, 7."' Davis 
Kellogg Albert, m. d. 7o Davis 
Kellogg G. W. Lunch Saloon, 195 Front 
Kellog Samuel, carpenter, boards 129 ^o 

Jackson 
Keller Jacob, blacksmith, 49 Kearny 
Keller J. coach maker, 39 Webb 
Keller James 11. city assessor, City Hall 
Keller Jucob, boarding house, 31 First 
Kellerman Nelson A" Co. clothing. 127 Front 
Kellerman Nelson, clothing, 172 Front 
Kellersberger R. firm of Rutte & Co. Swiss 

vice consul. Clay, near Front 
Kellen Robert A Co. paints, oils, &c. corner 

Sansome and Merchant 
Kelcher T. boarding house. 19 Ohio 
Keinble Edward C. publisher and editor Alta 

California 
Kemp Horace, at Cross <fc Cos. 
Kendig M. H. N. inspector, custom house 
Kendrick Daniel, produce commission mer- 
chant, 38 Clay 
Kenniff Daniel, tinner, h. TV. side Mason, bet. 

Broadway and Pacific 
KeDny Henry, h. North Beach 
Kenny Mrs. Ann, (widow) h. X. side Pine, 

bet. Dupont and St. Mary's 
Kenny Geo. L. book seller, cor. Montgomery 

and Merchant 
Kenny George W. police officer, City Hall 
Kenny & Murphey, horse clippers, 84 Kearny 



Kenny Michael, police officer. City Hall 
Kenny Joseph, bar-keeper. Market-street whf. 
Kenny Michael, mason, boards 68 Mont- 
gomery 
Kenny Patrick, carman, boards 68 Mont- 
gomery 
Kendall J. carpenter, h. Belden, near Bush 
Kendall Joseph, house and sign painter, 112 

Clay, h. Yerba Buena 
Kendall John, cooper, boards 1293a Jackson 
Kendall Edward, carman, boards 147 San- 
some 
Kendall Robert, boards at Milk Punch house, 

Mission road 
Kennevan Jas. police officer, City Hall 
Kennicott Arabella, (widow) private board- 
ing, 163 California 
Kennedy E. C. clerk, at Wheelock's carpet 

store 
Kennedy J. S. A' Go. flour dealers, 80 Clay 
Kennedy Alex, inspector, custom house 
Kennedy E. proprietor Winthrop house, 

J ackson 
Keneday J. B. jour, printer, ''Times and 

Transcript" office. Sacramento 
Kenedy F. bar-keeper. 84 Montgomery 
Kenedy John, O. B. saloon. 10 California 
Kent Frederick M. comedian, Metropolitan 

Theatre, boards Xiantic Hotel 
Kent Samuel H. ship carpenter, house 22 

First 
Kent Samuel, collector. Clay-st. wharf 
Kent J. Horace, inspector custom house 

boards Wilson's Exchange 
Kentfield John, shipper. 20 Drum 
Kennao J. W. A Co. boots and shoes. 62 

Battery, 2d floor 
Kennon Joseph. Cottage of Content, corner 

I Ireen and Sansome 
Krone 1). ('. tinner, 41 Battery 
Kepper Henry, carpenter, h. 12 Melius 
Kerlin F. E. secretary, 129 Montgomery, 2d 

floor 
1 Kernan Frank, collector, 137 California, 2d 

floor 
Kers Thomas, grocer. 184 Stockton 
Kern A Battis. blacksmith and boiler makers, 

12 Davis 
Kern Samuel F. blacksmith and boiler maker, 

12 Davis, house Melius, near Third 
Kern M. h. Varren place 
Kerner Joseph, clerk, 112 Montgomery, base- 
ment 
Kerrison Robt. city assessor, City Hall 
Kerrison Henry W. police officer, City Hall 
Kerrison George, clerk, Merchant, bet. Batte- 
ry and Sansome 
Kerr Miss Ellen, at M. L. Winn's 
Kerr Wm. teamster, boards 17 Ohio 
Kerr J. J. m. d. S.W. corner Jackson and 

Montgomery 
Kerr George H. & Co. publishers and pro- 
prietors of Placer Times and Transcript, 
Sacramento, next door to Armory Hall 



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Kester Levi B. manufacturer of syrups. Jessie, 

near First 
Kester Irving, h. Jessie, near First 
Kessel A. beer house, cor. Sacramento and 

Kearny, basement 
Kewen <fc Morrison, attorneys, 151 Clay, 2d 

floor 
Kewen E. J. C. attorney, 151 Clay, 2d floor, 

h. cor. Powell and Jackson 
Kewen, Johnson & Morrison, real estate 
brokers and auctioneers, Custom House 
Block 
Kewen Achilles L. h. corner Powell and 

Jackson 
Kewin William, pattern maker, Union Iron 

Works 
Keyes & Co. clothing warehouse, 195 Clay 
Keyes Seth C. clothing warehouse, 195 Clay 
Keyes Wm. E. clothing, 178 Clay 
Keyes 0. H. general dealer, Sacramento wh'f. 

cor. Drum 
Keys Geo. merchant, 42 Clay, 2d floor 
Keystone House, 84 Davis, 2d floor 
Kibbe Millard, Tontine and Magnolia sa- 
loons 
Kick Wm. laborer, h. Broadway, bet. Mason 

and Taylor 
Kiehl Jacob, cabinet maker, 180 Jackson 
Kier Julius, porter, 41 California, 2d floor 
Kierski M. & Co. stoves and tin ware, 33 

Mission 
Kiernhf J. N. clerk, corner Battery and 

Union 
Kilduff Patrick D. & Co. proprietors Bunk 

Exchange, Montgomery block 
Kilbourn Oscar, clerk, 82 Commercial 
Killpatrick F. tailor, 195 Clay 
Kiley Edward, Gem saloon, cor. Front and 

Sacramento 
Killey C. H. dairyman, Spring Valley, Pre- 
sidio road 
Killied Michael, clerk, 171 Front 
Killgore H. C. stoves, tin plate, &c 37 Sac- 
ramento 
Kimball Daniel W. grocer, 272 Jackson 
Kimball Henry, book-binder, at LeCount & 

Strong's 
Kimball Geo. laborer, 194 Sacramento 
Kimball N. R. brass founder, 137 Jackson 
Kimball & Co. wagon makers, 80 Kearny 
Kimball G. P. wagon maker, 80 Kearny 
Kimball Charles & Co. painters, 158 Cal- 
ifornia 
Kimball Theodore, painter, 158 California 
Kimball Chas. P. Noisy Carrier's Publishing 

Hall, 77 Commercial 
Kimball Solomon P. produce, 80 Front 
Kimball Simeon, carpenter and caulker, cor. 

Market and Main 
Kimball Richard, fruit, 118 Clay 
Kimball Thomas A. builder and carpenter, 
Merchant, between Montgomery and 
Sansome 
King G. carman, h. St. Mary's 



Kimmell John, cupper and leecher, Kearny, 

bet. Jackson and Washington 
Kimberly Burton, merchant, boards Franklin 

Hotel 
King Saml. B. h. Broadway, N. side, above 

Mason 
King Wm. steward, Dr. Shuler's Hospital 
King Marcus, carpenter, h. Vallejo, 4 doors 

below Montgomery 
King of AVilliain James, banker, 131 Mont- 
gomery, h. W. side Jackson, bet. Stock- 
ton and Pacific 
King John C. furniture 180 Jackson, h. Jack- 
son, bet. Kearny and Dupont 
King Marcus, carpenter, Vallejo, bet. Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
King Edward A. h. 150 Broadway 
King Lyman, wholesale grocer, 24 and 26 

Battery 
King Eli, merchant, 24 and 26 Battery 
King Richard, jour carpenter, Stevenson, near 

Second 
King William, blacksmith, Sutter Iron 

Works 
King S. R. & Co. lumber merchant, junction 

California and Market 
King & Barroll, flour and grain, 126 Front 
King J. L. flour and grain, 126 Front 
King John, saloon, cor. Sansome and Halleck 
King T. S. inspector Union st. warehouse 
King James, clerk, boards, Franklin house 
King Thomas, New York Hotel, 186 San- 
some 
Kinsrman W. T. moulder, Vulcan Iron 

Works 
Kinzer G. W. h. 145 Dupont 
Kinlyside G. wheelwright, 86 Bush 
Kingsbury Joseph, firm of J. D. Hunt Sc Co. 
Kinnan Peter, com. mer. cor. Clark & Davis, 

2d floor 
Kinnon John, laborer, boards 20 Stevenson 
Kinly Robert, porter, 112 Sacramento 
Kinsman Isaac, stone cutter, cor. Bush and 

Battery 
Kingston Thomas, driller, Flint's wharf 
Kirchoff, De Sola & Co. Importers, 86 Sac'to 
Kirchoff C. consul for Oldenburg, and acting 
consul for Prussia and Hamburg, No. 
86 Sacramento 
Kirkpatrick Washington A. carpenter, b'ds 

at 64 Broadway 
Kirkpatrick C. A. m. d. boards at 19 Ohio 
Kirkpatrick W A. boards at 19 Ohio 
Kirby W. L. steward, U. S. M. Hospital 
Kir! iv Edward, carman, 130 California 
Kirby & Co. proprietors Howard House, 35 

Sacramento 
Kirby W H. Howard House, 35 Sacramento 
Kirby Patrick, clerk, N. W. cor. Montgomery 

and Sacramento 
Kirn Andrew, proprietor of Germania Hotel, 

116 Pine 
Kirk C. coal and wood yard, Clark, near 
Davis 



K. J. C. KKWEX. 



OEORGE PEX. JOHNSTON'. 



MVRRAY MORRISOX. 



KEWEN, JOMSTOX & MORRISON, 

REAL ESTATE BROKERo 



AND 




uefsoHSsms 



GEORGE PEN, JOHNSTON, Auctioneer id Notary Public. 

Sales Room, 

99 Merchant, near Montgomery street. 

The undersigned have formed a partnership in the city of San Fran- 
cisco for the transaction of a real estate and general agency business, 
and have located themselves as above. 

They will devote their entire attention to negotiating and procuring 
Loans, and to the sale and management of Real Estate, in all its branches, 
within the city and county of San Francisco. Sales at Auction will bo 
held every week, of which due notice will be given. 

E. J. C. KEWEN. 

GEORGE PEN. JOHNSTON. 

MURRAY MORRISOX. 




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Kirtland C. W. clerk, 83 California 
Kissing John F. porter, 69 Front 
Kittredge & Co. blacksmiths, 127 and 129 

Washington 
Kittredge Jonathan, blacksmith, 127 and 129 

"Washington 
Kittredge Carlisle I), carman, 30 Clav 
Kittle Nicholas G. book-keeper, 189 and 191 

Sausome 
Kittrell John R. inspector, custom house 
Klapperich J. S. blacksmith, 91 Kearny 
Klancke, Mel k. Co. com. merchants. No. 166 

Sansome 
Klancke M. F. com. merchant, 166 Sansome 
Klein Chas, F. h. Green, bet. .Stockton and 

Dupont 
Klipzig John, gunsmith, 213 'Washington 
Kliiie G. W. saloon, Brenham pi 
Kling (). W. manf. of jewellry, Washington, 

near Kearny 
Klin.-hsoth John, Pacific Restaurant, Jackson, 

below Davis 
Klumpp W. engraver, h. 6 Kearny. 2d floor 
Klumpe & Pfeiner, boots and shoes. No. 150 

Montgomery 
Klumpe J. G. boots and shoes, L50 Montg'ry 
Koch Chas. grocer, cor. Dupont and Green 
i Win. German bakery, h. and .-Imp 

Green, bet. Powell ami Stockton 
Koehler G. jeweller, 1. '!()'._, Montgomery 
Koehler A. book-keeper, Vulcan Iron Works 
Koesel L. saloon, 37 Commercial 
Kohler Andrew, Santa Clans Head Quarters 

276 Stockton 
Kohler Henry, liar-keeper, Market-st wharf 
Kohler Frederick, house Dunbar's alley, near 

City Hall 
Koll F. W. brewer, 35 Montgomery 
Kon C. St. Francis bakery, 262 Jackson 
Konbert Lewis, shoemaker, 187 Washington 
Koopmanschap C. com. merchant. Merchant, 

near Sausome 
Kopp Francis, tailor, 214 Clay 
Korff Henry, grocer, corner Broadway and 

Dupont 
Korter H. cigars, 1 f0 Washington 
Koster Philip, blacksmith, 86 Bush 
Knapp T. C. fruit, 220 Clay 
Knight James, saloon, 225 Dupont 
Knight B. clerk, 166 Commercial 
Knight & Kimball, brass foundry, 137 Jack- 
son, corner Jones' alley 
Knight D. E. brass foundry, 137 Jackson, 

corner Jones' alley 
Knight Wm. H. produce, 80 Front 
Knight, Chad wick & Co. groceries and liquors 

Custom House Block, corner Sacramen- 
to and Sansome 
Knight Samuel, groceries and liquors, Custom 

House Block, cor Sac. and Sansome 
£nibbe Wm. clerk, 173 Clay 
ivnipsehild Charles, 179 Washington 
tnowlas Richard, laborer, h. 247 Clay 
Knowles F. F. cooper, boards 114 Pacific 



Kuowles C. C. dentist, cor. Kearny and Com- 
mercial 
Knowles E. A. t Kent, stall 18 New World 

Market 
Knowles Thos. stall 18 New World Market 
Knowles G. B. saw mills, 23 California 
Knowles Irving H. clerk. 21 California 
K newer Wm. H. hatter, 146 Clay 
Knox lV. Co. oil and camphene, 160 and 162 

Sansome 
Knox F. oil and camphene, 160 and 162 

Sansome 
Knox J. W. clerk, 160 aud 162 Sansome 
Knus Charles, instrument maker, 119 Mont- 
gomery 
Kramer P. baker, 211 Kearny 
Krambach L. crockery. 140 Clay 
Kraemer 0. W. cigars, 79'^ Washington 
Kraft J. boots and shoes. 144 Montgomery 
Kraft G. proprietor S. F. Bay House. Jackson 
Krafts August, restaurant, 348 Stockton 
Kralie Wm. A. watchmaker, 65 Montgomery 
Kreyenhagen Julius, commission merchant, 
82 Clay, 2d floor 

ihagen & Howard, grocers, cor. San- 
some and Bush 
Kreyenhagen E. grocer, cor. Sansome and 

Bush 
Kress John, blacksmith, Pine, between San- 

aome and Montgomery 
Krig J. carpenter. 167 Jackson, h. 124 Kearny 
Krone L. h. Yallejo, between Powell and 

.Mason 
Kroning 11. W. groocer, corner Kearney 

and California 
Krotzsch, cabinet maker, 159 Sacramento 
Krumbloz C. F. carpenter, h. alley, between 

Pacific and Broadway 
Kroger Lewis, saloon, 229 Pacific 
Krueger C. A. pump and block maker, 17 

Sacramento 
Krug A. grocer, corner Stockton and Union 
Krug Karl, editor and proprietor of " Freie 

Presse," 109 Clay, 2d floor 
KrutleyC.JL clerk, 139 Sacramento 
Kruse & Co. commission merchants, 49 and 

51 Front 
Kruse Edward, commission merchant, 49 and 

51 Front 
Kruse E. saloon, 37 Commercial 
Kuhnell Charles, carpenter, h. Powell, one 

door from Union 
Kuhl George H. h. 200 Jackson 
Kuhn A. J. miller, S F. Mills 
Kunce John, florist, h. cor. Green and Powell 
Kuner Albert, seal engraver, 167 Washington 
Kunhart Wm. clerk, Parson's building, Clay 
Kunzir H. printer, 134 Montgomery, 3d floor 
Kurtz John, tobacco and cigars, 63 Com- 
mercial 
Kurtz Wm. W. printer, " Cal. Chronicle" of- 
fice, rooms 230 Clay 
Kyle J. B. butcher, 365 Stockton 
Kyle Lawrence, saloon, Stevenson, near First 



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Labatore P. L. grocer, 337 Stockton 
Labatt Henry J. attorney and commissioner 

ibr Louisiana, 163 Montgomery, 2d floor 
Lacy James, h. Lafayette place, between 

Union and Green 
Lacy Thomas, painter, cor. Sausome and 

Washington 
Lackmaun Isidore, trader, 173 Sansome, 2d 

floor 
LaClare Louis, steward, 8th "Ward House, 

Mission Dolores 
Ladd Win, hackman, 131 Kearny 
Ladd Geo. jeweller, 115 Montgomery 
Ladd David, clerk, 61 Battery 
Ladd Theodore, Arm Fairbanks & Co. corner 

California and Battery 
Laders Joseph, teamster, h. Grant place 
Lafoy Mrs. Spanish and French teacher, h. 

Vallejo, between Dnpont and Stockton 
Lafontaine A. J. Maountaineer card printing 

office, cor. Kearny and Commercial 
La Forest E. A. book-keeper, 50 California 
La Flower Jos. steward, 159 and 161 Front 
Lagourde B. gunsmith, 203 Washington 
Lagauterie C. & Co. importers of liquors, 136 

Jackson 
Laigneil John, wagon maker, 300 Stockton 
Laird Kobt. B. 116 Broadway 
Laird John, poi ter, 61 Battery 
Lakins Peter, cabinet maker, 190 Jackson 
Lake Delos, judge district court 
Lake Harvey, deputy sheriff, City Hall 
LakeD. Jr. druggist, 166 Montgomery 
Lannne D. S. grocer, N. side Vallejo, near 

Powell 
Lammot Robt. S. firm of Gibbons & Larmiio^ 

h. 42 Melius 
Lambie John, nurse. State Marine Hospital 
Lambard A. at Dr. Ober's 
Lambard Charles, at Adams & Co.'s Express 
Lamoureaux S. paiuter, h. Dupont,, near 

Sutter 
Lamlin E & Co. manuf. jewelry, 175 Clay 
Lambert & Mclntire, coopers, Jackson, be- 
tween Battery and Sansome 
Lambert Thomas, commission merchant, 115 

Washington 
Lambert John, helper, Union Iron Works 
Lamout, Hunter & Co. com. merchants, 30 

Clay, 2d floor 
Lamont E. H. com. merchant, 30 Clay, 2d 

floor 
Lamprell, Spethmann & Co. ship chandlers, 

21 Davis 
Lamprell J. C. ship chandler, 21 Davis 
Lamberson M. steward, 76 Pacific 
Lamb C. book-keeper, 201 Sansome 
Lamb E. G. & Co. produce commission mer- 
chants, 38 Clay 
Lamb Thomas J. book-keeper, 52 and 54 

California, h. 42 Minna 
Lamson George, c.erk, 58 Front 
Lanison Nathaniel K. manager Oriental 

Hotel 



Lane John, mason, boards 221 Sacramento 
Lane Thomas, saloon, 199 Kearny 
Lane Richard, clerk, 133 Sacramento 
Lane Joel, blackimith. 152 California 
Lane & Lerman, periodical depot, Post Office 

building 
Lane Thos. A. periodical depot, Post Office 

building:, h. corner Kearny and Jackson 
Lane Wm. Wallace, at Flint, Peabody & Co.'s 
Lane John, boots and shoes, 62 Battery, 2d 

floor 
Lane D. printer, " Eve. Journal" office 
Lauehart Wm. millwright, Eclipse Mills 
Lancy Thomas, painter, boards 114 Pacific 
Lang C. E. sign painter, 68 Battery, 2d floor 
Lang Louis & Co. importers, 62 Sansome, 

2d floor 
Langley Alfred J. Boomerang, 191 Kearny 
Langley Charles, druggist, 113 Front 
Langley David, laborer, h. 2 Vallejo 
Langdon Levi II. carpenter, boards at G. W. 

Chapin's 
Langton Thomas, carman. 92 Battery 
Langerman Wm. & Co. tobacco and cigars, 

182 Montgomery 
Languth Joseph, 159 Washington 
Landry N. clerk, 111 and 113 Washington 
Lange G jeweller, 212 Dupont 
Lange Levi, tailor, 159 Washington 
Lanszweert L. druggist, 61 Kearney 
Landers James, h. corner Kearny, Market 

and Geary 
Landers Michael, saloon, cor Sansome and 

Washington 
Lander C. carpenter, boards 147 Sansome 
Lander James, clerk, City Mills, 25 First 
Landrum George, corner Pine and Battery 
Lapham Chas. H. stock dealer, Spring Val- 
ley, Presidio road 
Lappeus J. H. carman, h. Union place 
Larcombe Joseph, carpenter, boards Califor- 
nia, 2 doors above Stockton 
Larde A. Lafayette Restaurant, 211 Wash. 
Larkin Thomas O. office 125 Montgomery, h 

E. side Stockton, between Pacific anc 

Jackson. 
Larkin Wm. F. Proprietor White House 

Mission road 
Larrabee John F. mail clerk, "Sun" office 
Larrabee J. R. boots and shoes, 30 Com 

mercial 
Larrequet, grocer, 187 Pacific 
La Roche Wm. M. builder, h. Buena Vista 

near California 
Larco & Co. commission merchants, 13 

Jackson 
Larco N. commission merchant, 138 Jackson 

h. Green, bet. Montgomery and Kearny 
Larrain & Conrad, commission merchants, 

38 Clay 
Larrain A commission merchant, 38 Clay 
La Reintrie H. clerk, custom house, h. N. side 

Vallejo, between Montgomery and San. 
Lask Lewis, h. 230 Stockton 



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Lasky Davis, tinner. 212 Pacific 
Lasar L. dry goods. 203 Kearny 
Lassichere Leon, book-keeper, 61 and 63 

California 
Latonde D. clerk, 158 Sacramento 
Latonde J. D. clerk. 158 Sacramento 
Latonde D. clerk. 158 Sacramento 
Latonde J. D. clerk, 158 Sacramento 
Latimer Charles E. 113 Battery 

ter At Hamilton, commission merchants, 
163 Battery 
Latimer B. G. commission merchant. 163 

Battery, h. 42 Melius 
Latimer L. R. clerk, 163 Battery 
Latham James, carpenter, h. Montgomery, 3 

doors from Broadway 
Latham Mrs. Charlotte, dress and cloak ma- 
ker. Montgomery, 3 doors from Broad y 
Lathrop Rev. Calvin, agent " Christian Ad- 
vocate," 148 Clay 
Lathrop John, cook, 41 Pacific 
Lattar J. clothing, 46 First 
Latapie E. clerk, 145 Montgomery 
Latz S. .fc H. clothing. 93 Pacific 
Lauterwasser 0. baker. X. side Yallcjo. be- 
tween Stockton and Powell 
Lauterwasser F. P. Oriental Market. C3 Davis 
Lauenstein & Laudsbereer, restaurant. 168 

Clay 
Laughliu T. J. carpenter, boards 129)^ 

Jackson 
Lavezzari A* Thompkins, wholesale grocers, 

143 Front 
Lavezzari F. wholesale grocer, 143 Front 
Laverty T. H. bar-keeper, 1 Commercial 
Lavinsky a Ley. clothing, 14 Davis 
Lavis Win. proprietor Columbia House, cor. 

Yallejo and Battery 
Law George, roofer and plumber. 33 Leidsd'ff 
Law R. A. importer of groceries, 97 Battery, 

boards at Wilson's Exrliange 
Lawler W. B. saloon, 148 Commercial 
Lawler R. C. book-keeper, at Page, Bacon 

& Co.'s 
Lawler W'm. silversmith, 116 Pacific 
Lawler W. gold and silversmith. 272 Stockton 
Lawler G. carrier of " S. F. Herald," 120 

Montgomery 
Lawrie James, music teacher, h. 244 Clay 
Lawrie James R pianist, h. 244 Clay 
Lawson Powell S. metal roofing, 33 Leidsd'ff 
Lawson Thomas S. roofer and plumber, 33 

Leidsdorff 
Lawton 0. crockery, 122 Sansome 
Lawton Geo. H. book-keeper, 99 Battery 
Lawton John H. wagon maker, 18 Bush 
Lawton A. S. merchant, cor. Front and Cali- 
fornia. 2d floor 
Lawton Charles W. clerk, 17 California 
Lawton John M storeship Alfred, opposite 

Green 
Lawrence A. G. real estate broker, 148 Clay, 

h. Montgomery, near Yellejo 
Lawrence Francis, h. 195 California 



Lawrence Geo. S. optician. 193 Clay 
' Lawrence L. L. clerk, 44 Battery 
Lawrence John J. carman, h Philippa 
Lawrence Lewis, steward. 37 Pacific 
I Lawrence Joseph, painter, 56 Montgomery 
Lawrence J. E. editor "Times and Tran- 
script," Sacramento, next door to Ar- 
mory Hall 
Lawrence J. 0. clerk, '■ Times and Tran- 
script" office. 
(Lawrence T. L. clerk, 161 Battery 
: Lawrence James, clerk, corner Union and 

Green 
Layton Francis, at LeCount & Strong's 
Layton Edw. porter, at Conroy A 0'< onnor's 
Lay John A. carman, h. Lombard, between 

Kearny and Dupont 
Laprince Joseph, grocer, 201 Jackson 
Lapsley AY. M. clerk, at \Yheeloek's carpet 

Lazard Freres. imp'r dry g'ds. Maynard's Row 
Lazard A. imp'r dry goods. Maynard's Row 
Lazard S. imp'r dry good--. Maynard's Row 
Lazard M. imp'r dry goods. Maynard's Row 
Lazard E. imp'r dry goods. Maynard's Row 
Learned James M. h. Taylor, bet. Clay and 

Sacramento 
L n arv D. contractor. Bush, opposite Orients 
Learey Daniel, mason, 18 Bush 
Leavenworth James D. boards at Xiantic 
Leavenworth Henrv, machinist, h. 21 Bush, 

2d Floor 
Leahey P. laborer, h. corner of California 

and Stockton 
Leahey Francis A. tailor, at Ja3. Ardle's 
Leavitt Jos. S. Montgomery Baths, No. 161 
Montgomery, h. California, 3 doors above 
Stockton 
Leach Miss Maria, vocalist, resides at Henry 

Meiggs', cor. Montgomery and B'dway 
Lebatard M. importer of liquors, "Washington 

bet. Sansome and Montg mery 
Lebbert L. A. boarding house. 46 Clay 
LeCount & Strong, booksellers and stationers, 

Montgomery 
LeCount Josiah J. bookseller and stationer, 

Montgomery 
Lecomte X. tin and sheet iron worker, Xo. 

64 Clay 
Leclerc John, brick yard, corner of Lombard 

and Stockton 
Leeachenx J. k Galey L. French importers, 

86 Sacramento 
LeCraw John, clerk, at Case. Heiser & Co's. 
Ledwith M. mason, house Brenham place 
Leddy Jas. T. clerk, 154 Kearny 
Ledley Wm. deputy wharfinger, Central wharf 
Lee James, nurse. S M. Hospital 
Lee John H. cabinet maker, 159 Sacramento 
Lee & Hinckley, stoves, tin and sheet iron, 

163 Front 
Lee William A. stoves, tin and sheet iron, 

163 Front 
Lee John, porter, 105 Front , 



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Lee Henry C. book-keeper, 165 Sansome, cor. 

Gold 
Lee & Winans, com. merchants, 64 Front, 2d 

floor 
Lee H. M. com. merchant, 64 Front, 2d floor 
Lee & Co. flour and produce, 90 Davis 
Lee 0. C. flour and produce, 90 Davis 
Lee Henry, clerk, boardsttt National Hotel 
Lees J. W. police officer, City Hall 
Lees J. "W. machinist, Sutter Iron Works 
Lees Geo. machinist, Union Iron Works 
Leedham Isaac, at Hastier, Baines & Co's. 
Lefranc Chas. upholsterer, 162 Washington 
Leffingwell Wm. flour and produce, 90 Davis 
Leg Robert, h. Green, between Dupout and 

Stockton 
Legay J. B. hatter, 150 and 152 Commercial, 

h. 207 Stockton 
Legay Chas. hatter, at Boyd & Co's. 
Legget Thomas, liquors, 12 Ohio 
Legg Geo. machinist, Vulcan Iron Works 
Lehman & Eilerman, mer. tailors, 149>o Clay 
Lehman Joseph, merchant tailor, 149)^ Clay 
Leighton Edward, porter. 62 Front 
Leighton & Co. Summer Street House, Sum- 

mer 
Leighton Chas. & Co. shirt depot, 83 Mont- 
gomery 
Leighton James, blacksmith, 123 Mission 
Leighton Jas. C. storage, Front, near Mar- 
ket, h. 159 Mission 
Leigh J. W. assistant editor ''S. F. Herald," 

120 Montgomery 
Leigh B. W. law reporter "S. F. Herald,'' 

120 Montgomery 
Leith D. machinist, Sutter Iron Works 
Leitch Isaac H. miller. City Mills, 25 First 
Leipuitz G. druggist, 81 Kearny 
Lekens P. & Co. cabinet makers, No. 190 

Jackson 
Leland Mrs. S. A. private boarding, No. 190 

California 
Leland Geo. H. <fe Co. periodical depot, Post- 
office building 
Leland Geo. H. periodical depot, Post-office 

building 
Leland Samuel, periodical depot, Post-office 

building 
Leland E. porter, 110 and 112 Montgomery 
Lenere James, carpenter, boards 221 Pacific 
Lemin Chas. O. clerk, 94 Merchant 
Lemoine L. paper hanger, h. rear of No. 260 

Kearny 
Lemon Sidney, clerk, 145 Sansome 
Lemon G. F. "Alta" office, 136 Montgomery 
Lemon & Benson, real estate agents, No. 137 

Montgomery 
Lemon James McK. real estate agent, 137 

Montgomery 
Lemka Peter, bar-keeper, 179 Front 
Lemay James, clerk, 118 Commercial, 2d floor 
Lent Joseph, seaman, h. Filbert, near S. M. 

Hospital 
Lenard Peter, carman, boards 196 Pacific- 



Lent John A. attorney, office Argenti's b'dg, 

3d floor 
Lenf Mortimer, clerk, corner Leidsdorff and 

Sacramento 
Lennard R. K. lighterman, h. Fremont 
Lengfeld L. dry goods, 92 California 
Leonard Peter, carman, boards 196 Pacific . 
Leonard Major H. paymaster IT. S. Army, 

office Parrott's building, res. Oriental 
Leonard G. R. A. sec'ry of Maj. Leonard, U. 

S. Army 
Leonard E. W. office corner Sacramento and 

Montgomery, 3d floor 
Leonard W. 115 Battery 
Leonard H. R. mason, h. north side of Green, 

bet. Montgomery and Kearny 
Leonard J. B. printer "Com. Advertiser" off. 
Leonard J. B. & Co. cor. Clay and Halleck, 

2d floor 
Leonard J. B. cor. Clay and Halleck, 2d floor 
Leonard Jos. S. corner of Clay and Halleclc, 

2d floor 
Leonard Maj. H. (U. S. Army,) b'ds Oriental 
Leonard Edward, cot maker, 94 Montgomery 
Leonard Geo. F. cot maker, 94 Montgomery 
Leonard Thomas, bar-keeper, Jackson, near 

Davis 
Leon Geo. carman, boards at 147 Sansome 
Leo G. clerk, 90 Sacramento 
Leppien, Schultze & Co. importers and com- 
mission merchants, 128 California 
Leppien Fred'k importer and com. merchant, 

128 California 
Lermen Jacob, periodical, depot, Post-office 

building, h. cor. Kearny and Jackson 
Lerman Jacob, serg't at arms of Board of 

Aldermen, City Hall 
Leroy Theodore, importer of paper hangings, 

172 Montgomery 
Leroy Alfred, cook, 46 Commercial 
Lesky L. tailor, 274 Dupont 
Lesky L. clothing, 125 Front 
Lesky B. clothing, 125 Front 
Leszyftsky Lesser, dry goods, 167 Clay 
Less John, hackman, 163 Sacramento 
Lesley Wm. steward, 20 Ohio 
Letroadec J. billiard saloon, 150 Kearny, 2d 

floor 
Levy John, watchmaker, 167 Washington 
Levy B. dry goods, 197 Kearny 
Levy S. tobacco and cigars, 170 Montgomery 
Levy J. tobacco and cigars, 170 Montgomery 
Levy French, clothing, 113 Commercial 
Levy Joseph, merchant, 45 Sacramento 
Levy L. A. clothing, 20 Sacramento 
Levi L. pedlar, h. 257 Dupont 
Levi M. tailor, 259,^ Dupont 
Levi L. & Co. clothing, 77 Montgomery 
Levi A. clothing, 61)4 Commercial 
Levi G. S. clothing, 57 Commercial 
Levet J. B. ship carpenter, rear 249 Dupont 
Levet John B. builder and contractor, 257 

Dupont 
Levek Chas. clothing, 83 Commercial 



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Harper's New Monthly, 
Godey's Ladies' Book, 
Graham's Magazine, 
"Westminster Review, 
Knickerbocker, 



Littell's Living Age, 
kdinburgh Review, 
London Art Journal. 
Democratic Review, 
And others. 



Are in receipt of the following American and European Magazines and 
Newspapers on the arrival of every Stoamer : 

Putnam's Magazine, 
Blackwood's do. 
London Quarterly, 

izine of Art, 
limit's Merchant's Mag., 

New York — Herald, Tribune, Times. Spirit of the Times, Police Ga- 
zette, American Celt, Irish American, Dutchman. Picayune, Musical World, 
Journal of Cemmeree, Express, Home Journal, Ned Buntline's Own, 
Albion, Scientific American. Courrier des Etats Unis, La Cronica, Yankee 
Notions, Golden Rule, Am. Fireman's Journal. Clipper, (sporting,) Sunday 
Atlas, Sunday Mercury. Sunday Dispatch, Courier: Boston — Journal, 
Pilot, Museum, Flag of Our Union, Waverly Magazine, Atlas, and Olive 
Branch : Philadelphia — Saturday Courier, Home Gazette, Ledger, Dol- 
lar Newspaper ; Providence (R. I.) Journal; Baltimore Sun, and Clipper; 
Portland (Me.) Transcript ; New Bedford (Mass.) Mercury ; Missouri 
Republican, St. Louis Intelligencer ; Cincinnati (0.) Commercial ; New 
Orleans Bee, Picayune, and True Delta ; New York Staats Zietung, and 
Demokrat. 



London — Times, Dispatch, Athena?um, Australian Gazette, Bell's Life, 
Punch, Diogenes, and Illustrated News; Willmer & Smith's Times ; 
Dublin Nation, and Freeman's Journal ; Glasgow Herald, and Scotsman. 

New York Illustrated News, 
and the Ladies' Newspaper. 



Brother Jonathan, Gleason's Pictorial, 



N. B. — These few that we have named above only comprise a portion of what we receive. We also 
get newspapers from everv State in the Union, and all parts of Europe. We are also Sole Agents of the 
Mew Orleans Picayune for Californ : a, N. Y. Monthly Journal, and the San Francisco Golden Era. 

We receive by the Nicaragua Line, New York HERALDS and TRIBUNES, and our supply of the 
N. O. PICAYUNE, for the accommodation of our Patrons, which we sell at the same price as those we get 
by fie Va 1 Line 

On the departure of every Steamer for the Atlantic States, we have all the STEAMER PAPERS, 
POSTAGE FREE, neatly Enveloped, ready for mailing, and we will send them by mail, or via Nicaragua . 

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85 



Levers Win. Columbia House, corner Vallejo 

and Battery 
Lewis Wm. boatman, h. corner of Francisco 

and Dupont 
Lewis Edward, carman, h. 248 Dupont 
Lewis Edward, boatman, boards 196 Pacific 
Lewis Geo. carpenter, h. Everett, bet. Fourth 

and Fifth 
Lewis J. P. distiller, Phoenix Brewery 
Lewis E. carpenter, h. Sutter, near Trinity 
Lewis Bros, shirt warehouse, corner Mont- 
gomery and Sacramento, 3d floor 
Lewis H. M. importer of diamonds, watches, 

and jewelry, 189 Clay 
Lewis M. M. importer diamonds, watches and 

jewelry. 189 Clay 
Lewis Francis R. at J. L. Riddle & Co's. 
Lewis James R. firm of B. C. Horn & Co. 
Lewis Augustus, porter, 81 Front 
Lewis J. B. carman, 65 and 67 California 
Lewis Mrs. Frances E. (widow,) house Jessie, 

near First 
Lewis C. M. lithographer, 110 and 112 Mont- 
gome; y 
Lewis Richard, carpenter, rear 129 California 
Lewis Jas. W. saloon, 22 Clay 
Lewis Isaac, clothing, 7 Jackson 
Lewis J. P. porter house, Jackson, near Fast 
Lewis D. P. clerk, 52 and 54 California 
Lewis Henry J. cabinet maker, 133 California, 

h. 64 Sansome 
Lewis J. & Co. wholesale liquors, 105 Sacra- 
mento 
Lowers Dixon, pattern maker, Union Iron 

AVorks 
Libby S. D. wharf builder, h. S. W. corner 

Powell and Pacific 
Lichtenl'clsz < J. baker, 262 Jackson 
Liddcll Geo h. Lombard, between Mason and 

Tavlor 
LienanJohn, clerk, N. W. corner Stockton 

and Jackson 
Lightner Joel F. com. merchant, 87 Front, h. 

Union, near Mason 
Lillie Lewis, book-keeper, 24 and 26 Battery 
Lillibridge Warren B. sawyer, 21 California 
Lincoln Mrs. P. (widow.) h. N. W. corner 

Mason and Vallejo 
Lincoln George R. roofer and plumber, 33 

Leidsdorft 
Lincoln George W. carman, 88 Front 
Linden H. soap maker, h. rear 85 Bush 
Link J porter, 105 Front 
Linekin J. W. sail maker, 37 Sacramento, 

3d floor 
Lindan A. grocer, 81 Battery 
Lindop Wm. watchman, U. S. M. Hospital 
Lindskog Andrew, carpenter, rear 207 Clay 
Lipman J. importer dry goods, 183 Clay 
Lipman Joseph, jeweller, 166 Montgomery 
Lipman Chas. F. wholesale wines and liquors, 

cor. Front and California 
Lippincott Wm. miller at Harrison's Mills 
Lippincott Wm. J. clerk, 64 Battery 



Lippincott Benj, S. rooms Howard's building 
Lippit Geo. carman, 100 Battery 
Lisiecki M. -wholesale shoe dealer, Jones' al- 
ley, near Washington 
Lisson Joseph, clerk, 79 U Sansome 
Lisson Joseph, clerk, 13 Commercial 
Litton Wm. H. stevedore, h. Green, between 

Dupont and Stockton 
Litton Thomas, pilot, h. Francisco, between 

Kearny and Dupont 
Little Joseph, clerk, 115 Washington 
Little John, ship carpenter, boards 40 First 
Little Samuel, artesian well contractor, boards 

40 First 
Little Mrs. Margaretta, (widow,) h. 173 

Mission 
Little John T. com. mer. Beale, near Market 
Little A. D. machinist, Sutter Iron Works 
Little D. clerk. 3 Trainer's Row 
Livermore O. & Co. commission merchants, 

146 Montgomery 
Livernois J. J. B. proprietor New York 

Laundry, office 50 Commercial 
Livingston Charles, engineer, San Francisco 

Mills 
Livingston F. G. fruit, 79 Montgomery 
fJvick Isaac, h. 292 Dupont 
Livick Samuel, clothing, 183V.< Pacific 
Lloyd Horatio, clerk, 28 First" 
Lloyd W X cigars, 152 Montgomery 
Lloyd Wm. blacksmith, 16 Sacramento 
Lobdell John, clothier, 162 Clay 
Locan Frank. Fancy store, 204 Clay 
Lock wood A. police officer. City Hall 
Lockwood Robert, at Wells Fargo & Co. 
Lockwood J. E firm Hemenway & Co. 
Lockwood Isaac, shoe maker, h. Montgomery, 

near Union 
Lockwood & Lewis, Never Sweat Ranch, 22 

Clay 
Lockwood Josiah, saloon, 22 Clay 
Lockwood D. W. Florence Saloon, 132 Com- 
mercial, cor. Montgomery 
Lock William, plumber, boards 163 Cali- 
fornia 
Locke R. P. contractor, boards National 

Hotel 
Locke J. waterman, boards cor. Spring and 

Summer 
Locke S. engineer, boards corner Spring and 

Summer 
Lockman C. M. builder, Leidsdorff, bet. Sac- 
ramento and California 
Lockehead James, cooper, 153 California 
Lodge Edward, bar-keeper, 122 Sacramento 
Loder George, musician, Metropolitan Theatre 
Loehr N. m. d. office 210 Jackson, house 210 

Jackson 
Loehr F. m. d. 131 California, 2d floor 
Loewenberg Leopold, firm of Henry S. Fitch 
& Co. real estate auctioneers, 157 Mont- 
gomery 
Loewy, Baronn & Co. custom house station- 
ery, Custom House Block 



SANFEANCIfeCO [L] DIEECTOEY. 



Loewy Herm. custom bouse stationery, Cus- 
tom House Block 
Loewy Win. custom house stationery, Custom 

House Block 
Lohe H. grocer, cor. Kearny and Sutter 
Lohmann Henry, wharf, Stewart st. wharf, h. 

Dupont, bet. Green and Union 
Lohse J. F. importer, 2 Sacramento, h. Ma- 
son, near Union 
Lolor 0. P. & Co. flour and grain, 94 Front 
Lomax J. S. firm of Jones, Horn & Co. 91 

Battery 
Long David, h. Salina street 
Long C. hardware, 142 Washington 
Long Jackson, groom, 19 Battery 
Longley Samuel, restaurant, 144 Clay 
Loning & Fenerstein, general com. mer. 170 

Sansome 
Loning H. general commission merchant, 170 

Sansome 
Loos Thomas, tinner, 238 Clay 
Loop Sidney J. boarding house, 129*2 Jack- 
son 
Loomis F. E. commission merchant, 132 

Clay, 2d floor 
Loomis Chas. clerk, 76 Battery, 2d floor 
Lord George F. boards 5 Virginia 
Lord & Webb, blank books and stationery, 

132 Sansome 
Lord D. S. blank books and stationery, 132 

Sansome 
Lord & Burnap, groceries and produce, S. 
side Jackson, between Dupont and 
Kearny 
Lord H. groceries and produce, S. side 

Jackson, bet. Dupont and Kearny 
Loring Asa L. manuf. of jewelry, 156 Sac- 
ramento, 3d floor 
Loring Sam'l, firm of Fisk & Loring, saloons 
176 'r. (-'lay, and Oriental Hotel, boards 
at Oriental Hotel 
Loring J. S. 32 Battery 
Lothian Napier, leader S. F. Brass Band, h. 

211 Clay 
Lothrop John J. blacksmith, 94 Pine 
Lott P. clerk to U. S. Land Commissioners, 

148 California, h. Michigan 
Loughram Chas. laborer h. Greenwich, bet. 

Mason and Taylor 
Lougee J. W. sign painter, 194 Kearny 
Lougee F. W. at Oliver & Buckley's 
Lougee Charles U. importer, cor. Merchant 

and Battery 
Louderback John, boarding house, 29 Vir- 
ginia 
Louder back Andrew, stalls 9 and 11 New 

World Market 
Louderback Win. jeweller, 161 Clay 
Lount Mrs. Helen, dress maker, 181 Cali- 
fornia 
Lount D. S. h. 181 California 
Loud & i losmer, liquors and cigars. 81 Front 
Loud W. liquors an 1 cigars, 81 Front, house 
Greenwich, between Mason and Powell 



Loud John, clerk, at Smiley, Yerkes & Co's. 

Loud Joseph E. clerk, at Smiley, Yerkes & 
Co's. 

Loucks G. P. commission merchant, 26 Bat- 
tery 

Loucks Orlando, clerk, 26 Battery 

Love Harlow S. attorney, 3 Bolton & Bar- 
ron's building 

Love J S. boards at Niantic 

Love John S. California Land Commissioner, 
Masonic Hall 

Love & Rogers, attorneys, 102 Merchant, 2d 
floor 

Love H. S. attorney, 102 Merchant, 2d fl'r. 

Loveland John S. firm Nichols, Parker & Co. 
96 and 98 Battery 

Lovett Jos. firm Nickerson & Lovett, cor. 
Battery <fe Commercial 

Lovejoy Rufus B. carman, 65 Washington 

Low James C. secretary California Pioneers 

Low Isaac, h. Jessie, near Jane 

Low Henrv S. firm Keyes & Co. clothing, 
195 Clay, h. 298 Clay 

Low C. A. com. mer. 87 Front 

Low & Elder, bakery, Beale, near Folsom 

Low W111, bakery, Beale, near Folsom 

Low & Brothers, Marysville mer., office 87 
Front, 2d floor 

Low F. F. Marvsvllle mer., office, 87 Front, 
2d floor 

Low J. H. shoe store, 72 Pacific 

Lowe Thomas, commission merchant, 132 
Clay, 2d floor 

Lowe, Ebbets & Co. shipping and com. mer. 
60 California, 2d floor 

Lowe Benj. F. shipping and com. mer. 60 
California, 2d floor 

Lowell N. R. porter, 39 California 

Lowell Nathan R. boarding house, rear 59 
Pine 

Lowrey John, journeyman saddler, 82 Bat- 
tery 

Lowry Robt. C. boards 48 Minna 

Lowry R. O. secretary of Gila Mining Com- 
pany, 25 Montgomery Block 

Loyd Thomas, laborer, h 15 Stevenson 

Lubeck Henry, clerk 101 Front, 2d floor 

Lubock Sidney S. clerk, 74 Battery 

Lucas John, carpenter, h. Vallejo, 1 door 
above Powell 

Lucas George, carpenter, h. Vallejo, 1 door 
above Powell ' 

Lucas A. E. stands 20 and 21 United States 
Market 

Lucas, Turner & Co. bankers, 104 Mont- 
gomery 

Lucus James H. banker, 104 Montgomery 

Luce & Larrabee, boots and shoes, 30 Com- 
mercial 

Luce D. W. boots and shoes, 30 Commercial 

Lucher H. clerk, 265 Dupont 

Lucke H. shoe store, 285 Dupont 

Lucke Conrad, cabinet maker, 103 Jackson 

Luders Joseph, teamster, h. Grant place 




NO. 132 SANSOME, BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND MERCHANT STS,, 

Have in Store a large and varied stock of Blank Books, Stationery 
and Paper, of every description, received by late arrivals from New 
York, which they offer for sale at the Lowest Prices, consisting in part of 



BLANK BOOKS— Full 

and Half Bound; 

PAPERS— Letter, Cap, 
Brief, Bill, Bath, Com- 
mon and Packet Post; 

PRINTING and Wrap- 
ping Papers — Assort- 
ed sizes and qualities: 



PENCILS— Fay's, Fa- 
ber's, Haskin's, and 
Mordant's writing and 
drawing: 

ENVELOPES— Buff, 
White, Enameled and 
Fancy. Letter, Note, 
and official. 



INKS — Maynard & 
Noyes', David and 
Black's, and Arnold's 
Fluid; 

PLAYING CARDS— 
Cohen's, Hart's, Felt's 
and Fisk's. 



Copying and Seal Presses; 
Letter Books, Letter Clips; 
Chessmen, Backgammon Boards; 
Steel Pens of all kinds, Dice; 
Dominoes, Gold Pens; 
Patent Rubber, Rubber Bands; 
Blotting Paper and Boards; 
Card Board, Printer's Cards; 
Wafers and Sealing Wax; 
Port Monnaies, Pocket Books; 
Bankers' Cases, Pocket Cutlery; 



ALSO, 

Combs, Brushes, Indellible Ink; 
Carmine Ink, Notarial Seals and 

Wafers; 
Gum Labels, Cotton and Linen 

Twine; 
Whitney's, Draper's and Silliman's 

Inkstands; 
Pocket Inkstands, Sand Boxes; 
Wafer Cups, Letter Stamps; 
Paper Folders, Paper Weights; 
Black Sand, Motto Seals; 



Plain and Fancy Note Paper, &c. &c. 
We are -constantly receiving additions to the above Stock, to which we 
invite the attention of the trade. 

LOUD & WEBB, 

132 Sansome St., between Washington and Merchant 



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87 



Ludwig Adam, cabinet maker, h. Trinity, 1 

door from Bash 
Ludwig Godfrey, carpenter, boards Longley's 

restaurant, 144 Clay 
Ludus Rufus, carman. 38 Commercial 
Ludlow James, pilot, h. 163 Mission 
Luedke Rudolph, watch maker and jeweller, 

151 Washington 
Lufkiu Joseph, at Hutton A- Co'?. 
Luff Jacob, First st. Market, cor. Melius and 

First 
Luff Wm. H. law student, 161 Montgomery, 

2d floor 
Luister T. G. W. variety store, 200 "Wash- 
ington 
Luker G. saloon, 232 Pacific 
Lukenburg. J. L. cabinet maker, works 145 

Sacramento 
Luke R. H. boiler maker, 51 Jackson 
Lull Louis R. boards at Mrs. Gate's. 48 Bush 
Lum A S. Eureka Hotel, 113 Montgomery 
Lumsden George L. iron and brass founder, 

109 and ill Clay 
Lumley George, liquors, corner Union and 

Battery 
Lunn W. II. boards 113 Montgomery 
Lundoner H. clothing, 185 Clay 
Lundoner J. clerk, 185 Olay 
Lundouer W clerk. 185 Clay 
Lunny Jas. W. painter, 148 Pacific 
Lunt James R. clerk, 96 and 98 Battery. 

house Broadway, between :Mockton and 

Powell 
Lund Handel, porter, 48 Front 
Lundy Wm. saloon. 13 Broadway 
Lusk Albert, boarding house. 129 1 ., Jackson 
Lutton Robert, carpenter, house Brooklyn 

place 
Luttun R. A- G. beer house. Market, near 

First 
Luguez Pedro, porter, at Cross A- Cos 
Lux Chas. butcher, Centre Market, corner 

Kearny and Sacramento 
Lux Henry, butcher. Centre Market, corner 

Kearny and Sacramento 
Lyford John A. carpenter, boards Franklin 

House 
Lyford John S. mason, h. Taylor, bet. Sac- 
ramento and California 
Lyle Geo. machinist, Sutter Iron Works 
Lynch Bryan, bar-keeper, 134 Kearny 
Lynch T. A. notary public, office, Howard's 

building 
Lynch Michael, bar-keeper, Oakley's saloon 
Lynch John P. baker, at M. L. Winn's 
Lynch Henry, tinner, 190 Kearny, basement 
Lynch J. A. clerk, 64 Sacramento 
Lynch John, h. Jessie, near Second 
Lynch John, firemau, Tehama House 
Lynch Patrick, porter. Front, near California 
Lynch James, weigher and measurer, custom 

house 
• Lyndall William E. watchmaker, 135 Mont- 
gomery 



Lynde J. B. clerk, corner Front and Sacra 

mento 
Lynn J. watchman, custom house 
Lyons U. police, h 367 )* Stockton 
Lyons B. merchant, h. Berry 
Lyons A. merchaut, h. Berry 
Lvous Dennis, deputy county clerk, office 

City Hall 
Lyons Peter, porter, 150 Sansome 
Lyons R. W. hackmau. house Jessie, near 

First 
Lyons Jos. M. blacksmith, 2 Fremont 
Lyons John, commission merchant, 37 Sac- 
ramento 
Lyon Joseph H. merchant, h. S.W. corner 

Kearny and Green 
Lvon A Cannon, wholesale grocers and com. 

82 Clay 
Lyon J. C. wholesale grocers and com. 82 

. Clay 
Lyon Wdliam H. clerk, 60 California, 2d 

floor 

Mabbrey Dr. house Hinckle. 

Macrae Geo. W. attorney and counsellor, 

Nagle's building, cor. Montgomery and 

Merchant, 2d floor 

Macondray A Co. commission merchants, 54 
and 56 Sansome 

Macondray F. W. commission merchant. 54 
and 56 Sansome, n. Stockton, between 
Washington and Jackson 

Macondray Win. A. com merchant, 54 and 
56 Sansome. h. Stockton, bet. Wash- 
ington and Jackson 

Mackay Brothers, commission merchants, 
170 Montgomery, 2d floor 

Mackay L'. X. commission merchant, 170 
Montgomery, 2d floor 

Mackay D. C. commission merchant, 170 
Montgomery. 2d floor 

Mackay John G. clerk, corner Folsom and 
Beak 

Macy Seth, sea captaiu, h. Powell, between 
Green and Union 

Macy Henry C. builder, Gold, between Mont- 
gomery and Sausome 

Mack James, helper, Union Iron Works 

Mack Daniel, h. 33 Stevenson 

Mack Miss Margaret, milliner, h. 33 Ste- 
veuson 

Mack John, laborer, h. W. side Mason, be- 
tween Broadway and Pacific 

Mack A Gale, stalls 15 and 16 U. S. Market 

Mackintosh Robert, m. d. office 89 Montg'y 

Mackinley Edw. firm of Churchman A Mac- 
kiuley. attorneys, cor. Montgomery and 
Commercial, 2d floor 

Mackel J. carrier San Francisco Herald, 120 
Montgomery, 

Macallister H. G. bar-keeper. Summer-st. 
House 

Maclaren Geo. proprietor Maclareh's Hotel, 
Creek lane. bet. Folsom and Mission 



SAN FRANCISCO [M] DIRECTORY. 



Maclea Kenneth, commission merchant, 96 
Front 

Maccarty Chas. blacksmith, 38 Webb 

Macgovern James, lamp maker, 35 Webb 

Macken James, coppersmith, h. Fremont 

Mackenzie John W. constable, 3d township, 
office 125 California 

Mackenzie Andrew, police officer, City Hall; 

Macready John J. builder and contractor, 
Webb, h. Tay, above Powell 

Macrellish F. associate editor Public Ledger. 
148 Clay, 3d floor 

MacCannWm. & Co. commission merchants 
and dealers in iron metal, 72 Jackson 

MacCann Wm. commission merchant and 
dealer in iron metal, 72 Jackson, house 
Clark's Point 

Macdonald C. J. clerk, corner Leidsdorff and 
Sacramento 

Madigan John, mason, h. Berry 

Maes Bernard, 174 Washington 

Maguire Thomas, clothing, Tehama House, 
Sansome, h. Mission, between Second 
and Third 

Maguire Thomas, clothing, 13 Commercial 

Maguire Thos. h. Dunbar's alley, rear City 
Hall 

Magraw, Tilford & Mills, attorneys and coun- 
sellors, Bolton & Barron's buildings, en- 
trance on Merchant 

Magraw H. S. firm of Magraw, Tilford & 
Mills, attorneys and counsellors, Bolton 
& Barron's buildings 

Magraw H. attorney, 1 Bolton & Barron's 
building 

Magehan D. A. wholesale dry goods, corner 
Front and Sacramento 

Megnar Dennis, laborer, 36 and 38 Battery 

Maliony Florence, firm Case, Heiser & Co. 
com. mer. 58 and 60 Sansome, h. corner 
Fourth and Mission 

Mahony David, butcher, Jackson, between 
Drum and East 

Mahan & Co. intelligence office, 119 Com- 
mercial, 2d floor 

Mahan B. F. intelligence office, 119 Commer- 
cial, 2d floor 

Mahar Wm. express rider, Merchants' Ex- 
change 

Maher James, steward at D. Goldsmith's, 
Sansome 

Maison Louis, grocer, Second, near Jessie, h. 

8. W. corner Bush and Montgomery 
Maiers J. E. cabinet maker, 145 Sacramento 
Maira John Dows, clerk, 3 Orleans Row 
Maillot F. Louisiana Saloon, 143 Commercial 

Mails Henry, clerk, 8 and 9 Well's building 
Maigrot & Saulnier, importers wines and li- 
quors, 95 Merchant 
Maigrot E. importer wines and liquors, 95 

Merchant 
Main Alexander F. 105 and 107 Sacramento, 

2d floor 
Main & Winchester, saddlers, 82 Battery 



Main <fc Gihon, Pacific Mills, cor. Pacific and 
Montgomery 

Main C. saddler, 82 Battery 

Maines Stephen, tinner, boards 147 Sansome 

Makin Samuel, carman, h. Stone, near Jackl 

Makowsky L. tailor, 206 Clay 

Mallet t J. H. grocer, N. W. cor. Stockton 
and Sacrameuto 

Malech B. M. d. Pine, corner Montsrornery, 
2d floor 

Malech G. h. d. proprietor Nonantum House, 
Mission, bet. Fourth and Fifth 

Mallard A. saloon, 103 Commercial 

Maley R. machinist. 137 Pine 

Mallon John porter, 97 California 

Malone & Sheridan, metal roofers, 31 San. 

Malone Edw. metal roofer, 31 Sansome 

Malony Jas. B. real estate broker, 3 Train- 
er's Row ; 2d floor 

Malloon Benj. J. commission merchant, 72 
Market-st. wharf 

Mallory George, clerk, 146 Washington 

Mallory Henry C. ship chandlery, N. E. cor- 
ner Davis and Clay 

Malcom Robert, porter, 199 Front 

Manrow J. P. h. corner Chestnut and Larkin 

Mann John, boatman, h. Francisco, between 
Kearny and Dupont 

Mann Mrs. Clara ]S T . private boarding, 91 
Bush 

Mann Wm. D. market, 62 Pacific, h. 325 Clay 

Mann Geo. S. firm of A. S. Wheaton & Co. 
junction California and Market, h. How- 
ard, between Third and Fourth 

Mann James, upholsterer, h. cor. Battery and 
Pacific 

Mandelbaum & Silvermans, importers dry 
goods, corner Sansome and Calitornia 

Mandelbaum S. importer dry goods, corner 
Sansome and California 

Mansell Geo. stage driver for Dillon, Hedge 
& Co. 

Mansell James, butcher, 27 Bush 

Mansfield Wm. & Co. wholesale and retail 
clothing, 151 Montgomery 

Mansfield A. S. importer, corner Merchant 
and Battery 

Mansfield Wm. proprietor Pacific Temper- 
ance House, 89 Pacific 

Mansfield Wm. M. proprietor Mansfield 
House, 87 and 89 Pacific 

Manning A. C. agent ,: Temperance Organ," 
151 Clay, 2d floor 

Mangal Thomas, steward, 138 Montgomery 

Manchester J. B. attorney, Sherman's build- 
ing, cor. Clay and Montgomery 

Manson John S. merchant, 64 Sansome, 2d 
floor 

Manton Joseph, City Agency, 73 Commer- 
cial, h. cor. Post and Kearny 

Manuel Geo. bar-keeper, 7 Broadway 

Martin Daniel E. watchman, United States 
Appraiser's office, h. S. side Green, above* 
Powell 



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89 



Martin Edward, h. Lombard, between Jones 

and Taylor 
Martin R. S. marine reporter, h Francisco, 

between Kearny and Dupont 
Martin John J. h. Francisco, between Kear- 
ny and Dupont 
Martin John, 151 Commercial 
Martin Minor S. firm of Keyes & Co. 195 

Clay, h. 278 Clay 
Martin Wm. H. attorney, office 174 Clay 
Martin T. 0. resides El Dorado 
Martin James, watchman at M. L. Winus 
Martin Alexander, laborer, h. Charles place 
Martin Abram, variety store. 15 Ohio 
Martin Simeon, variety store. 15 Ohio 
Martin Judah, confectioner, 16 Ohio 
Martin W. post office, boards Niantdc Hotel 
Martin John, sheet iron worker, Union Iron 

"Works 
Martin Henry, cook, 33 Davis 
Martin Feter, fruit, 28 Commercial 
Martin 13. carman, boards Franklin Hotel 
Marsh Richard C. machinist, h. 218 Sac- 
ramento 
Marsh E. A. merchant, 09 California 
Marsh Albert, tinner, 44 'o Sacramento 
Marsh Henry, bar-keeper, 3 Jackson 
Marsh Chns. mason, boards at G, W. Chapin's 
Maryle James, laborer, 91 Commercial 
Maryle Geo. T. merchant, Sacramento wharf 
Marston Win. F. carpenter, h. First, near 

Howard 
Marston S. B. lumber merchant, junction 
California and Market, h. First, near 
Howard 
Marvin A Hitchcock, booksellers and sta- 
tioners, 168 Montgomery 
Marvin A. S. Jr. bookseller and stationer, 

168 Montgomery 
Marcy Jas. L. laborer, appraiser's office, h. 

corner Battery and Halleek 
Marrayatt Thomas, Burton Ale House, 186 

Kearny 
Markwald, Caspari & Co. importers and 

commission merchants, 157 Jackson 
Markwald Adolf, importer and commission 

merchant. 157 and 159 Jackson 
Marquod Frederick, h. 228 Clay 
Marcellus N. hatter. 17!) Clay 
Markley Levi, 157 Montgomery 
Marx Samuel, deputy constable for Land 

Commissioners, 89 Merchant 
Marzion V. & Co. importers of French goods 

and wines, 178 Montgomery 
Marengo J. commission merchant, 107 Sac- 
ramento 
Marks H. dry goods, 274 Stockton 
Marks S. tailor, 272 Dupont 
Marks B. tailor, 69 Montgomery 
Marks Henry, at Branch Hotel 
Marks John, clerk, 38 Commercial 
Marks Isaac, clerk, 61^ Commercial 
Marks S. J. billiard tables, corner Pacific 
and Davis 



Mar back S. grocer, 283 Dupont 
Marden John, 116 Broadway 
, Marden Wm. Opposition Line Pilots, corner 

Jackson and East, 2d floor 
Marshall Samuel W. cor. Washington and 

Stockton 
Marshall Mrs. E. A. (widow) h. 5 St. Mary's 

place 
Marshall J. M. Mason, h. X, side Sutter, be= 

tween Kearny and Dupont 
Marshall John J. stevedore, h, Market, be= 

tween Third and Fourth 
Marshall, Huntington & Dwindle, attorneys 

and counsellors. McAllister's building, 

Clay 
Marshall E. C. attorney and counsellor, 

McAllister's building, Clay 
Marshall Sandy, restaurant. 4 Merchant, h. 

oor. Washington and Stockton 
Marshall Joseph, restaurant. 4 Merchant 
Mar-hall Moses, barkeeper, corner Drum 

and Jackson 
Marshal] E. clerk, countv recorder's office, 

City Hall 
Marshall Samuel W. oyster saloon, 112 Sac- 
rament u. basement 
Marriott & Clyde, conveyancers and land 

. g :its. Merchants' Exchange, 123 Sac- 
ramento 
Marriott Frederick, conveyancer and land 

agent, Merchants' Exchange, 123 Sac- 
ramento, h. 129 Sansome 
Maroney Paul, bar-keeper, 112 Sacramento, 

h. 153 Clay 
Marra John, tinsmith, 53 Kearny 
Marchai.d D. saloon, 116 Kearny 
.Marengo J. liquors. 151 California 
Martinez. Jackson House, cor. California and 

Montgomery 
Mart J. beer house, 212 Dupont, basement 
Mattel J L. cigars. 165 1., Commercial 
Margnard A. firm of Wm. Bofer $ Co. 138 

Sacramento 
Marwede < '. firm of Win, Bofer & Co, 138 

Sacramento 
Maslen Joseph, h. Filbeit, between Jones and 

Leavenworth 
Mason John, builder, 148 Pacific, h. Kearny, 

between Vallejo and Broadway 
Mason & O'Hagan, builders. 148 Pacific 
Mason John, carpenter, boards corner Union 

and Union place 
Mason John builder, h. 255 Kearny 
Mason F. Jr. h. 212 Jackson 
Mason & Mc Combe, Cochituate Baths 57 

Sansome 
Mason L. G. Cochituate Baths, 57 Sansome 
Mason & Sawyer, Pioneer Livery Stables, 

160 California 
Mason Anson, Pioneer Livery Stables, 160 

California 
Mason A- Moulton, house and sign painters, 

45 Battery 
Mason John, bar-keeper, Union Hotel 



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Mason J. F. house and sign painter, 45 Bat- 
tery, h. Bryant, between Second and 
Third 
Mason D. B. & Co. house and sign painters, 

cor. Commercial and Front, 2d floor 
Mason W. W. clerk to Board United States 

Land Commissioners, 148 California 
Mason H. S. packer, boards Franklin Hotel 
Mason 0. mason, boards Franklin Hotel 
Mason W. police officer, City Hall 
Massi Martin, h. Green, near Dupont 
Masonic Hall, 110 and 112 Montgomery 
Massey Mrs. A. ladies' shoes, 147^ Sac- 
ramento 
Massey Atkins, ladies' shoes. 147 1 ,< Sacram'to 
Mast J. beer house, 212 Dupont, basement 
Mastick Edwin B attorney, Howard's build'g 
Mastick S. L. lumber merchant, 20 Drum 
Masten John, El Dorado Saloon 
Masten N. K. wholesale grocer, 54 and 56 

Front 
Masten W. C. clerk, 54 and 56 Front 
Masterson Thos. wholesale dry goods, corner 

Front and Sacramento 
Masters iSamuel, boat builder, junction Cali- 
fornia and Market 
Maslen J. Atlantic Hotel, 12 Commercial 
Matthews Julius, carpenter, h. S. side John 
Matthews Edwin, carpenter, h. S. side John 
Matthews Thomas, Phoenix brewery 
Matthews C. W, carpenter, h. Spring 
Matthews F. blacksmith, 164 California 
Matthews Wm. A. city tax collector, office 

City Hall, h. 1 California 
Matthews Wm. laborer, h. Jessie, between 

Ecker and First 
Matthews H. A: Co. lumber merchants, Mar- 
ket, between Beale and Main 
Matthews H. lumber merchant. Market, be- 
tween Beale and Main, h. Post, between 
Kearny and Dupont 
Matthews John, carpenter, boards Beale, near 

Folsom 
Matthews Alex, bar-keeper, 12 California 
Mathews Edward, boarding house, 26 Mont- 
gomery 
Mathews James, butcher, stalls 6 and 8 Pa- 
cific Market, boards cor. Clay aud Stock. 
Mathews C. W. fireman City Mills, 25 First 
Matthewson M. J. h. V. side* Union, between 

Kearny and Dupont 
Matthieson M. clerk, cor. Leidsdorff and Sac- 
ramento 
Mntthiesou NT. C. restaurant, 4 California 
Mathieu Chas clerk. 147 Battery 
Mather Robert, periodical depot, 155 Kearny 
Mather J. L. cooper, boards 129 !£ Jackson 
Mattison, Pache & Uo. Washington Restau- 
rant, 67 Sacramento 
Mattison X. C. Washington Restaurant, 67 

Sacramento 
-Ma* hoy Auguste, watchmaker at Barrett & 
Sherwood's, h. corner Sacramento and 
Dupont 



I Mattoon John, wholesale grocer, 54 and 56 

Front 
Moutouchet R. C. watchmaker, 110 Pacific 
Maubec H. firm of A. E. Sabatie & Co. 
Maubec B. store house, 112 Pacific 
Maubec B. & Co gen. importers. 89 Battery 
Maury P. Jr. importer of wines, and agent 

for Heidsick <fc Co. 172 Sansome 
Maupin F. & Co. stall 9 U. S. Market 
Maume John, h. corner Melius and First 
Maume Matthew, grocer, cor. Melius and 

First 
May Mrs. Jane, (widow,) h. Clay, between 

Mason and Taylor 
May H. B. m. d. office and house 29 Pike 
May J. at Davidson's bank 
May H. S. engineer " H. T. Clay," h. Mont- 
gomery, near Green 
May Samuel, h. Montgomery, near Green 
May John A. saloon, 83 Davis 
May Solomon, carman, h. 125 Front 
May Mrs. Jeanette, cigars, 125 Front 
Maynard J. C. 3 Custom House Block, 3d 

floor, entrance on Sansome 
Maynard L. 3 Custom House Block, 3d floor, 

entrance on Sansome 
Maydat V. gunsmith, Davis, near Wash- 
ington 
Mavblum, Greenhood & Co. wholesale cigars, 

' 80 Battery 
Mayes Wm. bar-keeper. El Dorado Saloon 
Mayer J. R. firm of Sloat, Mayer & Botts, 

129 Montgomery, 2d floor, h. Stockton, 

between Pacific and Broadway 
Mayer & Simon, general importers, Front, 

near California, 2d floor 
Mayer Jacob, general importer, Front, near 

California, 2d floor 
Mayer Chas. tailor, 49 Montgomery 
Mayo John, laborer, boards 29 Leidsdorff" 
Mayers <fe Collins, bazaar, 106 Sansome 
Mayers Robt. bazaar, 106 Sansome 
McAvoy Wm. carpenter, boards S. W. cor. 

Powell and Pacific 
McAvoy Arthur. 160 Kearny 
McAuliffe Timothy, carpenter, h. corner of 

Dupont and Sutter 
McAnally John, laborer, h. Dupont, between 

Sutter and Post 
McAllister Hall, attorney, office Howard's 

building 
McAllister Wm. proprietor Pacific Hotel, 35 

Pacific 
McAbee Thos. carpenter, b'ds 29 Leidsdorff" 
McAndren Wni. moulder, Union Iron Works 
McAlamy James, laborer, Commercial Job 

Printing office 
McBride Richard, foreman Alta Foundry, 

Market 
McBride Major Hugh, cook, White House, 

Mission road 
McCoy Wm. bar-keeper, Bella Union 
Mct.'ullough James, resides at Bella Union 
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McClosky Felix, boards at 23 Pike 
McClosky Patrick, laborer, h. Kearny, bet. 

Union and Green 
McClosky Jas. comedian, American Theatre, 

boards at 23 Pike 
McCabe Bernard, porter, 37 Sacramento 
McCabe John H comedian, h. Yallejo, bet. 

Powell and Mason 
McCabe Richard, laborer, h. 274 Clay 
McCabe Andrew J. Eldorado Saloon 
McCoach Wm. h. cor Taylor and Lombard 
McCrosseu Edward, laborer, b'da 196 Pacific 
McCormick Hugh, h. Lombard, bet. Powell 

and Stockton 
McCormick James, laborer, b'ds 196 Pacific 
McCorquordale Alex'r. broker, 147 Front, 

2d floor 
McCuen & McLees, proprietors Emmet Ho- 
tel, 111 Front 
McCuen Jas. proprietor Emmet Hotel. Ill 

Front 
McCann Peter, clerk, cor. Powell and Filbert 
McCaun James, butcher, 365 Stockton 
McCann Patrick, Eclipse Stables, Massey's 

court 
McCann James, laborer, h. Berry street 
McCann Wm. & Co. com. merchants, Jack- 
son, bet. Battery and Front 
McCarty E. builder, h. s. side Vallejo, bet. 

Powell and Stockton 
McCarty John, blacksmith. 101 Broadway 
McCarty Eugene, Mason, h. Dupont. betw'n 

Filbert and Greenwich 
McCarty Edward, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
McCarty John, M. d. drug store, 270 Dupout 
McCarty R. h. Minna 

McCarty Dennis, laborer, boards at 13 Ohio 
McCarty John A* Co. com. mer. 68 Sacram'to 
McCarty Daniel, saloon, Rincon Point 
McCarty John, laborer, Flint's wharf 
McCarthy P. clerk. 79 Davis 
McClary Robert, boatman, h. Sherwood place 
McCay J. W. W. firm of Carman & McCay. 

cor. Sacramento and Battery, 2d floor, li. 

Bush, bet. Montgomery and Kearny 
McClureA. T. wholesale and retail druggist, 

42 Bush, h. rear of 42 Bush 
McClure Frank S. saloon. 44 Bush, h. rear 

of 42 Bush 
McCrigkt Robert, attorney and counsellor, 1 

Parson's building, Clay, below Montg'ry 
McCraith A~ Sellaud, organ builders, rear of 

207 Clay 
McCraith John, organ builder and carpenter, 

rear of 207 Clay 
McCombe John, firm of Mason A- McCombe, 

Cochituate Baths 
McComb J. J. book-keeper, 15 and 17 Broad- 
way, h. corner Jones and Filbert 
McCord Geo. veterinary surgeon, Jessie, near 

Ecker 
McCord Thos. carpenter ,'h. 56 Minna 
I McOIain Peter, blacksmith, 164 California 
McCracken John, attorney, office 174 Clay 



; McConnell J. R. firm of Aldrich & McCon- 
| uell, attorneys, 1 Ma.-onic Hail, 2d floor 
McConnell James. Eldorado Saloon 
McConnell Hugh, manf cutlery, 116 Pacific 
; McConnell Random, cook, 12 First 
| McCrea J. A. A ( 'o. general importers, Cus- 
tom House Block 
McCreary & Co. flour dealers, 45 California 
McCreary W. P. flour dealer, 45 California 
McCreary 0. E. flour dealer. 45 California 
McOreery F. at Adams & Co"s. Express 
| McOreery A. IS. merchant, comer Front and 

California, 2d floor 
McCaffrey R. A- Co. importers and wholesale 

druggists, 78 Pacific 
McCaffrey James, carman, 29 Sacramento 
! McCaffrey James, caiman, h. 191 Mission 
McCaffery James, porter, corner Sacramento 

and Davis 
McCraith Thomas, baker. 10 Ohio 
McCotrey Thomas, fireman, Eclipse Mills 
McOlenachan R. com. merchant, 104 Battery, 

h. 306 Dupont 
McOlenachan H. clerk. 104 Battery 

hill Thos. wholesale dry goods, corner 

Front and Sacramento, h. corner Jones 

and Greenwich 

McCorkle W m. carman. 72 and 74 California 

McColiam Thomas W. sail maker. Jackson 

street wharf 
McCallum Joseph, machinist. Union Iron 
Works 
1 McCook Wm. inspector, custom house 
VL cCook x Rile^, proprietors Gem Saloon, 
i' r Front and Sacramento 
ik Hill, proprietor Gem Saloon, corner 
Front and Sacramento 
McDougall John, ex-Governor, b'ds Oriental 
McDougall Wm boards at Oriental 
McDougall F D. steward at Alta Hotel 
| McDougal R. police officer. City Hall 
McDaniel David, grocer, 100 Front 
McDowall Chas. gardener, h. N. AT. corner 

Mason and Washington 
! McDermut David A. book-keeper, "Alta" 

office, 123 Sacramento 
| McDermot Michael, laborer, h. rear of 151 

Clay 
| McDermott Thomas, laborer, h. Everett-st.- 
McDonald John, carman, 113 Battery 
McDonald Jas M. inspector, custom house 
McDonald J. M. Eclipse Stables, Massey's 

court 
! McDonald John, baker, 183 California 
McDonald James, nurse. S. M. Hospital 
McDonald Donald, druggist, 202 Kearny, cor. 

Jackson 
McDonald & Peck, grocers, 138 Mission 
McDonald A. D. grocer, 138 Mission 
McDonald C. E. S. liquors, cor. Folsom and 

Beale, and 54 First, corner Mission 
McDonald Alex, liquors, 9 California 
McDonald Peter, boiler maker, Union Iron 
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McDonald James, ex-capt. police, City Hall 
McDonald James, firm of John Payne & Co. 
Merchant, bet. Sansome and Montg'ry _ 
McDonell A. & Co. contractors, 137 Cali- 
fornia, 2d floor 
McDevett James, teamster, boards 17 Ohio 
McDevett Charles, teamster, boards 17 Ohio 
McDermit D. A. "Alta" office, 136 Montg'ry 
McElroy J. laborer, h. Belden 
McElroy R. steward, 80 and 82 Davis 
McElroy James, serg't of police, 4 City Hall 
McElroy William, boiler maker, Union Iron 

Works 
McEhvain J. clerk at Hussey, Bond & Hale's 
McElvoy William, boiler maker, Union Iron 

Works 
McElwee & Wightman. upholstery goods and 

paper hangers, 172 Clay 
McElwee J. V. upholstery goods and paper 

hanger, 172 Clay 
McEwen John, gas fitter, Union Iron Works 
McEwen, butcher, Stockton, corner B'dway 
McElrath James, liquors, corner Clark and 

Davis 
McFaddin Mrs. M. h. Greenwich, bet. Jones 

and Taylor 
McFaJden John, sheet iron worker, Union 

Iron Works 
McFerran John 11 G Pacific 
McGay & Co. com. merchants, 76 Battery, 

2d floor 
McGarrahan <fc Foley, wholesale grocers, 50 

California 
McGarrahan William, wholesale grocer, 50 

California 
McGarrity Patrick, sheet iron worker, Union 

Iron Works 
McGinn James, bar-keeper. 156 Kearny 
MoGlashan John & Co. booksellers and Sta- 
tioners, 12-4 Commercial 
McGlew Thomas, blacksmith, h. 20 Melius 
McGleney Francis, proprietor Eastern House, 

25 Broadway 
McGlynn Daniel C. contractor, 117 Wash- 
ington, h. Kearny, near Sutter 
McGorrey Hugh, porter, 48 California 
McGowan J. I), comedian, rooms 141 Com- 
mercial 
McGowan Judge Edward, com'r of emigrants 
and treasurer of S. M. Hospital, office old 
Post-office building. Clay, opposite Plaza 
McGowen Wm. house raiser, boards at 129^ 

Jackson 
McGrath Dennis, bakery, 10 Ohio 
McGrath James) laborer, h. 135 Mission 
McGrath Thaddeus, clerk, 15 Commercial 
McGrath F. J. h. L78 Dupont 
McGrah Laurence, laborer, boards 13 Ohio 
McGradey Hugh, apprentice, Union Iron 

Works 
McGrain James, laborer, h. St. Mary's 
McCratty Wm. painter, boards at 20 Ohio 
McGravey Hugh, apprentice, Union Iron 
Works 



McGregor & Anderson, S. F. Observatory, 

Green, bet. Sansome and Montgomery 
McGregor Joseph, S. F. Observatory, house 

Sonoma 
McGregor & Anderson, jewelers, corner San- 
some and Commercial 
McGregor Joseph, jeweller, corner Sansome 

and Commercial 
McGretty Edward, clerk, boards at 20 Ohio 
McGrew Geo. D. book-keeper, 118 Mont'gry 
McGuigan Edward, hatter, 146 Clay 
McCuire James, saloon, 225 Dupont 
McGuire G. P. bar-keeper, 119 Kearny 
McGuire Stephen A. 113 Battery 
McGuire Michael, tinner, 124 Sansome 
McGuire Anthony, helper, Sutter Iron W'ks 
McGuire Thos. apprentice, Union Iron W'ks 
McHaffie J. painter and paper hanger, rear 

129 California 
McHenry Judge, attorney, office Phoenix 

block, 174 Clay 
McHenry Jesse, attorney, 118 Montgomery, 

2d floor 
McHenry Horn John, attorney, 6 Phoenix 

block, h. cor. Sansome and Vallejo 
McHardy Chas. bar-keeper, 169 Front 
McHugh John, produce commission merch't, 

24 Clay 
Mclntire John, at LeCount & Strong's 
Mclntire Samuel, at Newhall &, Gregory's 
Mclntire Andrew, cooper, boards at No. 147 

Sansome 
Mcllvaine Chas. J. attorney, office cor. Clay 

and Montgomery 
Mcllvane Chas* J; attorney, 20 Wells' b'dg. 
McKaraher J. G . at Newhall & Gregory's 
McKenna P. cooper, corner of Battery and 

Commercial 
McKay Martin, laborer, 160 Battery 
McKay Thomas, clerk, 26 Davis 
McKay David, grocer, 10 Davis 
McKee R. & Co. wholesale grocers, No. 62 

Sacramento 
McKee Redick, wholesale grocer, 62 Sacra- 
mento, h. Ecker, near Tehama 
McKee Andrew W. wholesale grocer, 62 

Sacramento, h. Ecker, near Tehama 
McKee J. W. dry goods, 78 Battery, 2d floor 
McKee David, inspector, custom house 
McKelvy James, clerk, corner of Jessie and 

Ecker 
McKenny Anthony, 209 Montgomery 
McKenzie John W. h. Sutter 
McKenzie John, porter bottler, Union place 
McKenzie, Thompson & Co. com. merchants, 

199 Front, corner Vallejo 
McKenzie Edward, com. merch't, 199 Front, 

h. Melius, 1 door from Wiley's Church 
McKenzie A. R. intelligence office, 118 Com- 
mercial, 2d floor 
McKenzie A. R. ship chandler, 21 Davis 
McKenzie H. police officer, City Hall 
McKeon William, machinist, Union Iron 
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McKern Thomas, laborer, 131 Kearny 
McKendry Arch, merchant, h. corner Mason 

and Jones 
McKibbin Joseph, naval store keeper, h. 183 

Dupont 
McKibben J. H. attorney, office Argenti's 

building, boards Mrs. Theal's. Stockton 
McKibben Wm. housesmith, Jones alley 
McKintry Jackson, merchaut, 52 California. 

2d floor 
McK inlay. Garrisch ct Co. com. merchants, 

98 California. 
McKinlay Finlay, commission merchant, 98 

California 
McKinley Win. watchman. Central wharf 
McKinley Edward, attorney, 134 Montgom- 
ery, 2d floor 
McKinnon John J. jour, carpenter, Steven- 
son, near Second 
McKnight John, tin and sheet iron. Xo. 185 

Pacific 
McKnight Frederick, 110 and 112 California 
McKnight Mrs. (widow) boarding house, N. 

W. corner VaUejo and Montgomery 
McKnight Orlando, lodging house, -12 Pacific, 

2d floor 
McKnight Thus, carpenter, boards Franklin 

Hotel 
McKnight. Mrs. Margaret, (widow.) private 

boarding, 40 Minna 
McKoob Mrs. Adelia, (widow,) house 155 

Mission 
McK unc James, saloon, 111 Front 
McLaughlin James, porter, 62 Sacramento 
McLaughlin Joseph, saddler, 75 California 
McLean John, carpenter, h. Green, between 

Kearny and Dupont 
McLean John ECagle Bakery, corner of Post 

and Kearny 
McLean Samuel, laborer, 105 Pacific 
McLean H. Y. printer "Sun" office 
McLean Donald, clerk, 51 First, cor. Mission 
McLean Alexander, saloon. 28^4 California 
McLean James, carpenter, 3!) Davis. 2d floor 
McLean H. II. merchant, b. corner of Jones 

and Filbert 
McLane Louis, real estate agent, 3 Custom 

House block, 3d floor 
McLane Louis, Jr. measurer of vessels, cus- 
tom house 
McLellan Chas. H. music store. 172 Wash'tn 
McLellan Geo. M. clerk, 111 Sacramento 
McLeod George, carman, 96 California 
McLeod Joslma. carman, 84 Clay 
McLoud Joseph, carman, h. 118 Bush 
McLoughlin G. saloon, E. side Pacific, near 

Kearny 
McLoughlin James, h. Anthony street 
McLoughlin Michael, boarding house, No, 

31 Broadway 
McLeas A. saloon, 111 Front 
McMaunus James, boards, 349 Stockton 
McMannus J. boiler maker, Yulcan Iron 

Works 



McMannus John, boiler maker, Union Iron 

"Works 
McMannus James, saloon, Stevenson, near 

First 
McMurrav J. & Co. clothing 1 . 68 Sacramento, 

2d floor 
McMahon Patrick, laborer, h. W. side Mason, 

bet. Broadway and Pacific 
McMahon Owen, groom for Dillon, Hedge 

A Co 
McMahon P. police officer, City Hall 
McMahan John, h. Dupont, between Bush 

and Sutter 
McMillan Donald, h. cor. Dupont and Sutter 
McMillan k Toland, m. d. office corner Mer- 
chant ami Montgomery, 2d floor 
McMillan K. K. d. office cor. Merchant and 

Montgomery, 2d floor, h. U. S. Marine 

Hospital 
McMillin G. shutter maker, boardsat Chicago 

Hotel 
McMickle G. C. h. 332 Dupont 
McMulleu Andrew. Boston Bakery, Ecker, 

near Mission 
McMnllen Hamilton, jour, baker, Ecker, near 

Mission 
McMnllin Geo. O. grocer, 67 Front 
McManaman John B. Excelsior Iron "Works 
McMellen N*. cooper, 153 California 
McMullan D. blacksmith. Vulcan Iron Wks 
McManomy, John 0. jeweler. 161 Clay 
McMinn .1. 1!. deputy clerk Supreme Court 
McMichael Wm. laborer, 32 Clay 
McMichael Capi. Wm. wharfinger, Vallejo 

wharf, h. Hardie place 
McNulty <". -V. hardware, 84 Battery, house 

•_".) Minna 
McNish W. C. firm Jas. B. Roberts & Co. 

7n Battery 
McNier lieorge, real estate broker, Rassete 

House 
McNanghton Peter, butcher, stalls 9 and 11 

Pacific Market 
McNanghton Mrs. Louisa, (widow,) house 44 

Bush 
McNally Henry, agricultural warehouse, Clay, 

bet. Sansome and Battery 
McNamee II. S. carpenter, 15 k 17 B'dway 
McNamnara Thos. pressman, 159 Montg'ry 
McNamara James, boarding 18 Bush 
McNeil Wm. hardware. Battery, bet. Sacra- 
mento and California 
McNiel A Bollmeyer, jobbing and com. mer= 

cliants, 58 Front 
McXiel A. B. jobbing and com. merchant, 

58 Front 
Mcrherson George, carman, house Lombard, 

bet. Kearny and Dupont 
McPherson John, gardener, N. W. corner of 

Stockton and Sutter 
McQuillen Andrew, cabinet maker, h Stock- 
ton, near Filbert 
McQuinn James, laborer, h. Berry 
McQuinn John, clerk, 97 Commercial 



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MeQuinn Matthew, saloon, 58 Bush 
McQuirketer William, seaman, boards at 20 

Stevenson 
McQuaid Thos. teamster, Union Iron Works 
McQuade John, clerk County Recorder's off. 

City Hall 
McRuer & Ferguson, com. merchants, 51 

California, corner Front, 2d floor 
McRuer Donald C. com. merchant, 51 Cali- 
fornia, corner Front, 2d floor 
McSliane P. firm Arrington & Co. 4 Orleans 

Row, boards at Oriental 
McVea James, cabinet maker, 223 Stockton 
McVay Charles, 4 Merchant 
McVey John A. plumber, h. California, above 

Taylor 
Meader Thos B. carman, house, end of Card 

alley 
Mead J." R. importer clothing, 79 Clay, 2d 

floor 
Mead & Fuller, daguerrean artists, 138 Mont- 
gomery 
Mead Chas. H. saddlery, 138 Sansome, hotise 

154 Sansome 
Mead Capt. W. H. boards at Niantic 
Meagher P. clerk, house corner California 

and Webb 
Meacham A. D. book-keeper, 115 Wash- 
ington 
Meares Joseph, firm of Wm. McCann & Co. 

72 Jackson 
Mebius Duisenberg & Co. com. mer. 82 Clay, 

2d floor 
Mecredy John J. carpenter, h. Taylor, bet. 

Clay and Sacramento 
Mecken Francis, clerk, 181 Washington 
Media John B. saloon, 139 Front 
Medana <fc Co. Italian bazaar, Dupont, bet 

Washington and Jackson 
Meden Herm, b. d. firm Leppien, Sckultze & 

Co. 128 California 
Medley Wm. trader, h. 75 Pine 
Meese'& Mand, builders, 101 Bush 
Messe J. H. builder, 101 Bush 
Meeks W. N. real estate dealer and convey- 
ancer, office, Tallaut and Wilde's building, 
2d floor 
Meeker S. H. merchant, 84 Clay, h. Wash- 
ington, above Powell 
Megguier T. L. m. d. Montgomery, near 

Broadway , 
Neham Frank, laborer, boards, 13 Ohio 
Meish Daniel, tinner, 150 Clay 
Meinbcrg & Torye, boot makers, 161 Wash- 
ington 
Meigs G. A. lumber merchant, Market-street 

wharf, below California 
Meiggs Henry, lumber merchant, cor. Mont- 
gomery and Bush, h. cor. Montgomery 
and Broadway 
Meiggs John G. lumber merchant, cor Mont- 
gomery and Bush 
Meley Mrs. Jane, (widow) h. Union, between 
Stockton and Powell 



Melvin Thomas, h. N.W. cor. Pacific and 

M ason 
Melvin & Ames, cabinet makers, 145 Sac- 
ramento 
Melvin A. T. cabinet maker, 145 Sacra- 
mento 
Melvin John, bar-keeper, 156 Kearny 
Melvin Wm. F. & Co. proprietors Eastern 

Exchange, 4 Commercial 
Melius Richard, steward, Bank Exchange, 

Montgomery Block 
Melius James, carpenter, h. Stevenson, near 

Second 
Mellen Henry D. clerk, at Cochituate Baths 
Mellen Mrs. Elizabeth, boarding house, 86 

Pacific 
Mellan Henry B. 58 California 
Mel John, commission merchant, 166 San- 
some 
Melville John, clerk, 128 Washington 
Melli ck Chester, boarding house, 36 First 
Mene Prosper, clerk for French Consul 
Mendheim E. fancy store, 204 Clay 
Mengeo Francis, meat market, 4 Sansome 
Meudon G. A. 132 Sansome 
Merceir C. manuf. of syrups, h. Greenwich, 

near Stockton 
Mercer Chas. confectioner, 223 Sacramento 
Merritt Geo. grocer. Davis, near Jackson 
Merritt Henry, carpenter, 59 Pine 
Merrill B. F. at Williams & Severance's so- 
da factory 
Merrill James, baker, 202 Washington 
Merrill & Brig-ham, produce market, 104 

Commercial 
Merrill R produce market, 104 Commercial 
Merrill James, laborer, boards 114 Pacific 
Merrill <fc Co. flour and grain, 69 California 
Merrill M. M flour and grain, 69 California 
Merrill S. G. grocer, 34 First, cor. Jessie 
Merrill & Warren, shipping and com. mer. 

cor. Drum and Clay 
Merrill Isaac M. shipping and com. mer. 

cor. Drum and Ciay 
Merrill R. A. merchant, 42 % Clay, 2d floor 
Merrill Sidney S. druggist, cor. Washington 

and Brenham place 
Merrick G. H. clerk, Market-st. wharf 
Merwin Samuel, clerk, 173 Sansome, h. near 

cor. Kearny and Green 
Merwin Samuel, cor. Stockton and Vallejo 
Merchant Frederick G. grocer, 118 and 120 

and 171 California 
Merchant S. L. clerk. 199 Front 
Vlerithew R. S.sea captain, h. 287 Jackson 
Mercado Felix, saddlery, 198 Kearny, base- 
ment 
Mess Henry, Jefferson Market, 241 Dupont 
Messer William, Bavarian brewery, 223 

Yallej o 
Messer W. D. commission merchant, 93 

Front 
Messerve A. C. & Co. upholsterers and paper 
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Messerve J. J. upholsterer and paper hanger, 
128 Clay 

Messerve W. E. clerk. 128 Clay, b. Yaliejo, 
bet. Dupont arid Stockton 

Metlar G. W. clerk, corner Leidsdorff and 
Sacramento 

Metz John, helper, Sutter Iron Works 

Metz John W. saloon, 85 Bush 

Metz John, police officer, City Hall 

Meusedorfer J. C. hatter, 141 Kearny 

Meyers Henry, laborer, 62 Clay 

Meyers Albert, cook. Irving House 

Meyer Wm. h. 343 Stockton 

Meyer F. clerk, 239 Dnpont 

Meyer Henry, shoes, 253 Dupont 

Meyer Abertus, segar store, 246 Pacific 

Meyer J. tinner, 282 Dupont 

Meyer L. dry goods, 201 Kearny 

Meyer Lewis, Meyers Hotel, 85 and 87 
Kearny 

Meyer J. F. rrchitect, h. Berry 

Meyer L. J. h. Bush-st. alley 

Meyer M. merchant, 129 ^ California 

Meyer John, barber, 161 Montgomery 

Meyer Daniel, wholesale cigars. 144 Wash- 
ington, house Green, between Dupont 
and Kearny 

Meyer Jonas, wholesale cigars, 144 Wash- 
ington 

Meyer W Sc Co. com. mer. 60 California, 2d 
floor 

Mever Brothers, commission merchants, 51 
" Front 

Meyer L. com. mer. 51 Front 

Meyer D. com. mer. 51 Front 

Meyer L. F. cofiee -aloon, 86 and 88 Clay 

Meyer William, commission merchant, 30 
Battery 

Meyer Siegraund T. & Co. gen'l impor. Front, 
near California 

Meyer C. H. importer. 74 California 

Meyer & Co. machine sewing. 138 Front, 2d 
floor 

Meyer & Co. grocers. 47 Sansome 

Meyer Henry, grocer. 47 Sansome 

Meyer Morris, saloon, 179 Front 

Meyer Sampson, upholsterer and paper han'er 
145 and 147 Clay 

Meyer John, bar-keeper, Sierra Xevada 
House. Jackson 

Mezes. S. M. commission merchant, 122 Cal- 
ifornia 

Michels S. Louisiana cigar store, 199 Wash- 
ington 

Michael James, com. mer. 4 Custom House 
Block 

Micheals & Co. manuf. jewelers, 37 Mont- 
gomery 

Micheals F. E. manuf. jeweller, 37 Mont- 
gomery 

Mickle E. mer. 62 California. 2d floor, h. cor. 
Sutter and Kearuy 

Midd'.ebrook Stephen A. at Goin & Ellis', h. 
Kearny, bet. Union and Green 



Michelson R. clerk. 175 Clay 

Middleton Wm. pile driver, 26 Davis, 2d 

floor 
Middleton John, auctioneer, and com. mer. 

cor. Sacramento and Battery, h Stock- 
ton, bet. Union and Green 
Meisegaes 0. H. merchant, 129 Sansome, 2d 

floor 
Mighell Wm. clerk, 161 Battery 
Mills S. B. m. d. State M. Hospital 
Mills James J. baker, 248 Dupont 
Mills S. C. carman, corner California and 

Front 
Mills k Vantine, imprs. aud dealers in liquors 

and cigars, 64 Front 
Mills L. R. importer and dealer in liquors 

and cigars, 64 Front, house Green, near 

Dupont 
Mills J. A. firm of Magraw, Tilford & Mills, 

attorney, and counsellors, Bolton & Bar- 
ron's buildimr 
Milne D. B. (U. S. ganger,) custom house 
: Milbury Samuel, carman, h. S. side Union, 

bet. Mason and Taylor 
Miles Walter it Co. flour and grain, 3 Sac- 
ramento 
Milford E. clerk, 64 Front 
Milks E. boat builder,junction California and 

Market 
Miller Harry, cook, Alden's Branch 
Miller Hans, proprietor Ocean Spray House, 

Jackson 
Miller Peter, liquor store. 77 Pacific 
Miller J. Frank, auditor custom house, rooms 

at La Reintrees, Vallejo, bet Montgom- 
ery and Sansome 
Miller Frost H. miller, 100 Pine 
Miller Chas. bar-keeper, 134 Front 
Miller II. boarding house, Jackson, bet. Davis 

and Front 
1 Miller Mrs. C. (widow) h. 357 Powell 
Miller J. C. tailor, 163 Washington 
Miller Mrs. Susan, (widow.) boarding house, 

237 Clay 
Miller Chas. rooms 181 Dupont 
Miller Leopold, butcher, French market, 261 

i Dupont 
Miller Chas. cook, Lombard, bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Miller Henry, butcher, Jackson market, 199 

Jackson 
, Miller Jacob, baker, 51 Kearny 
Miller J. W. h. corner Kearny, Market and 

Geary 
Miller L. carpenter, house Everett, near Third 
Miller Albert, book-keeper, at Hussey, Bond 

& Hales 
Miller John H. printer, 159 Montgomery, 

house S. side California, 2 doors above 

Stockton 
Miller Wm. H. clerk, cor. California and 

Battery 
Miller W. H. printer, "Ledger" office 
Miller Chas A. 123 California 



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Miller Mrs. H. F. saloon, 123 California 
Miller Win. L. clerk, 20 Drum 
Miller G. W. Atlantic Hotel, 12 Commercial 
Miller Peter, bar-keeper, corner Drum and 

California 
Miller Hanz, boarding house, Jackson, bet. 

Front and Davis 
Miller & Co. variety store, cor. Broadway 

and Battery 
Miller Justus D. variety store, cor. Broad- 
way and Battery, house Union, near 
Montgomery 
Miller Thomas 8. variety store, cor. Broad- 
way and Battery, house Union, near 
Montgomery 
Miller Peter, porter, h. 58 Pacific 
Miller Wm. clerk, boards Chicago Hotel 
Miller Martin, laborer, 44 Battery 
Miller & Revalk, wines and liquors, cor. Clay 

and Front, basement 
Miller Chas. L. wines and liquors, cor. Clay 

and Front, basement 
Miller W. J. merchant, boards, Merchant's 

Hotel, Front street 
Millardet A. m. d. office, corner Green and 

Stockton 
Milatovich A. tailor, 126 Kearny 
Milsaps Ephrairn, tinner, 201 Kearny, b'bs. 

129)2 Jackson 
Minch & Louder back, stalls 9 and 11 New 

World Market 
Minch Wm. stalls, 9 and 11 New World 

Market 
Miner G. R. office 174 Clay, Phoenix Block 
Miner Wm. saloon, 76 Sacramento 
Miner W. A. & Co. saloon, 56 Pacific, cor. 

Front 
Minturn J. firm of Maeondray & Co. 54 and 

56 Sansome 
Minturn Chas. com. mer. Cunningham's wh'f. 

h. Battery , bet. Green and Yallejo 
Miranda John, trader, h. 44 Pike 
Mlrry Thos. H. carman, at Annan & Tal- 

madge's 
Miro E. clerk, 56 Commercial 
Mish & Turk, clothing, 69 Pacific 
Mish P. clothing, 69 Pacific 
Mitchell Mrs. Mary A. (widow,) h. Union 

place 
Mitchell Robert, druggist, 213 Washington 
Mitchell James II. h. Howard, bet. Third and 

Fourth 
Mitchell Geo. F. carman, at Hussey, Bond & 

Hale's 
Mitchidl & Co. sheet iron workers and roofers, 

Sansome, bet, Pine and Bush 
Mitchell John P. sheet iron worker and roofer, 

Sansome, bet Pine and Bush 
Mitchell Frederick, pump and block maker, 

16 Sacramento 
Mitchell John W. carman, house 10 Te- 
hama 
Mitchell & Nunes, iinprs. and dealers in li- 
quors and cigars, 45 Sacramento 



Mitchell Robert, watchman, h. 24 Melius 
Mitchell Chas. impr. and dealer in liquors 

and cigars, 45 Sacramento 
Mitchell James, machinist, Union Iron Wks. 
Mitchell & Upham, pump and block makers, 

Clay, between Drum and East 
Mitchell Thos. F. pump and block maker, 

Clay, bet. Drum and East 
Mitchell Wm. mail clerk, "California Chron- 
icle" office, S. E. cor. Montgomery and 
Merchant 
Mitchell James, fly boy, at ''California Chron- 
icle office, h. Union place 
Mitchell & Brown, com. mer and wholesale 

grocers, 85 Front, cor. Clay 
Mitchell John C. com. mer. and wholesale 
grocer, 585 Front, cor. Clay. Jhouse 
Vallejo, between Stockton and Powell 
Mixter James, residence, Bella Union 
Mix Simon, lager bier, 182 Washington 
Moch Jean, clerk, 185 Washington 
Mocatta J. A. Consul for New Granada, h. 

( California, above Stockton 
Moe Rufus, carman, 99 Front 
Mocller A. D. clothing, 45 Commercial 
Moeller I. D. clothing, 45 Commercial 
Moeller Henry, clerk, 106 Montgomery 
Moffatt John, carman, boards, 196 Pacific 
Moffatt Thos. ex-police officer, City Hall 
Moffat Matthew, bar-keeper, 61 Davis 
Moffitt Thomas, bar-keeper,149 Commercial 
Moffitt James, printer, '-California Chronicle" 

office 
Moise Henry, carver and gilder, Meigg's b'dg. 

cor. Bush and Montgomery, 2d floor 
Moker James, butcher, shop and house, 232 

Clay 
Molina G. house Green, between Kearny and 

Dupont 
Molony M. laborer, h. Clara 
Moloney D. saloon. 171 Pacific 
Molloy John, porter, at Eugene Kelley & 

Co's. 
Molloy William, cabinet maker, 153 Sac- 
ramento 
Molitor A. P. assayer, 89 Merchant, h. cor. 

Merchant and Moctgomery 
Molton Wm. M. cook, at M. L. Winn's 
Molton James, cook, at M. L. Winn's 
Mouasso A. dry goods, 158 Sacramento 
Mondelih Madame, Cafe du Commerce, 164 

Commercial 
Mondelih F. Cafe du Commerce, 164 Com- 
mercial 
Mondelli A. cigars, cor. Kearny and Merch't 
Moneypenny Gustavus, machinist, 187 Monty 
Monypeuny Charles, porter, 58 Commercial 
Monro Wm. porter, house 1 Sansome 
Monro Peter, wines and liquors, 378 Stockton 
Monro David, laborer, 58 Montgomery 
Monro Thomas, laborer, 58 Montgomery 
Monroe John, res. Arcade Saloon 
Monroe J. A. clerk U. S. Court, h. 113 
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Monroe James, cor. Sacramento and Battery 

Monset A. & Co. liquors, cor. Ohio and 
Pacific 

Montrose & Pervear, builders, Spring, near 
California 

Montruil Mrs. Martha, proprietress of the 
Grizzly Bear House, Mission road 

Montague F. m. d. office 162 Sacramento, h. 
180 Powell 

Montague Wilford W. clerk, 58 and 60 Sac- 
ramento 

Montgomery Geo. commission merchant, Cus- 
tom House Block, 2d floor, Sansome 

Montgomery Geo firm of Stevens & Mont- 
gomery, 112 Sansome 

Montgomery Mrs. J. M. (widow,) resides 
Clementine, between Ecker and Anthouy 

Montgomery W. F. flour and grain, 69 Cal. 

Montgomery Win. painter, 45 Battery 

Montgomery Alexander, real estate agent, 
43 Sacramento, 2d floor 

Monson & Valentine, proprietors Commer- 
cial job printing olfice. Times <fc Trans- 
cript building 

Monson B. H. proprietor Commercial job 
prlmting office, Times <fc Transcript b'dg. 

Monteith John H. 160' .> Commercial 

Monell Chas. clerk, Custom House 

Monks Richard B. 2d captain of police, 4 
City Hall 

Moore Thos. 158 Commercial 

Moore Daniel, painter, h. Washington, bet. 
Stockton and Powell 

Moore Jacob B. jr. attorney, 204 Clay. 2d 
floor 

Moore AVm. H. brass foundry, Halleck, near 
Sansome 

Moore George, cabinet maker, 159 Sacram. 

Moore Joseph, cook, 4 Merchant 

Moore George, stage driver, for Dillon, Hedge 
& Co. 

Moore John, agent, for Dillon, Hedge <fc Co. 

Moore Wm. saloon, 47 Broadway 

Moore John, baker, 4 Ohio. 

Moore B. P. & D. impr. furniture and bed- 
ding, 130 Jackson 

Moore John, clerk, 130 Jackson 

Moore James, machine sewer, 67 Jackson 

Moore Alex, carman, 91 Front 

Moore Robert, clerk, 66 Sacramento 

Moore P. R. clerk, 67 Front 

Moore Mrs. Alice, (widow) h. 24 Minna 

Moore J. B. stall 15, New World Market, h. 
Webb 

Moore J. E. porter, at Smith & Co's. Market- 
st. wharf 

Moore & Green, lumber merchants, Market-st. 
wharf 

Moore Richard M. lumber merehant, Market- 
st. wharf 

Moore J. M. &. Co. seed store, cor. Califor- 
nia and Leidsdorff 

Moore, Folger & Dow, com. mer. cor. Califor- 
nia and Davis 



Moore George H. com. mer. cor. California 
and Davis 

Moore James, book-keeper, 39 California 

Moore Geo. sheet iron worker, Union Iron 
Works 

Moore Oscar F. inspector, custom house 

Moore Philip, warehouse clerk, naval office, 
custom house 

Moore Samuel W. real estate, stock and 
money broker, 3 Armory Hall 

Moor Joseph B. sign painter, 26 California 

Moody S stage driver, for Dillon, Hedge & 
Co. 

Moody & Lockman, builders, Leidsdorff, bet. 
Sacramento and California 

Moody Isaac A. builder, Leidsdorff, bet. Sac- 
ramento and California 

Moody Silas A. clerk, Leidsdorff, bet. Sac- 
ramento and California 

Moody Geo. clerk, 1 Orleans Row, Ca- 
lifornia 

Moody Wmilliam E. clerk, 1 Orleans Row, 
California 

Moody S. carrier, "S. F. Herald" 120 Mont- 
gomery 

Moody J. L, clerk, custom house, house 40 
Minna 

Mooney Peter, 162 Sacramento 

Mooney J. saloon, 7 Ohio 

Mootry Thos. carman, 37 Davis 

Moorcraft Thomas C. carman 42 and 44 Ca- 
lifornia 

Morss II . B. Union Market, corner Stockton 
and Broadway, house cor. Chestnut and 
Mason 

Morse S. H. carpenter, rear 368 Powell 

Morse Leonard, butcher, 277 Jackson 

Morse A. O. attorney, office 9 Phoenix Block, 
3d floor 

Morse P. A. attorney, 90 Merchant 

Morse Ezra, at Flint, Peabody & Co's. 

Morse S. carpenter, boards Franklin House 

Morse W. S, steward, 80 & 82 Davis 

Morse A. C. clerk to U. S. Land Commis- 
sioners, h. 156 Clay 

Morse Thomas, warehouseman, Flint's wharf 

Morse Jas. O. laborer, U. S. Bonded Ware- 
house, cor. Union and Battery 

Morse S. B. clerk, 167 Sansome 

Morgan A. & B W. Barnes, proprietors 
Commercial Hotel, 45 Pacific 

Morgan Charles H. commission merchant, 52 
Front 

Morgan &. Co. wholesale grocers, 61 Clay 

Morgan George E. teller at Page, Bacon 
& Go's. 

Morgan Lewis, mason, hi N, side Pine, above 
Dupont 

Morgan B. grocer, S.W. cor. Kearney and 
Post 

Morgan E. L. grocer, 210 Pacific 

Morgan W. S watchmaker, 166 Clay 

Morgan S. Griffitts, commission merchants, 
35 Pine 



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Morgan & Co. grocers, 210 Pacific 
Morgan Mrs. Lucy A. ladies' seminary, 154 

Mission 
Morgan William, printer, "Evening Journal" 

office 
Morgan John G. u. d. 137 California, 2d 

floor 
Morgan Henry, porter, 24 Clay 
Morgan Harrison, ship carpenter, boards at 

G-. W. Chapin's 
Morgan J. A. & Co. old junk store, Yallejo, 

near Front 
Morgan L. E. & Co. steel plough manuf. 15 

and 17 Broadway 
Morgan L. E. brick manufacturer, 15 and 17 

Broadway, h. 206 Piue 
Morgan Rev. John, residence Tehama House 
Moran Thos. cigars, 89 Kearny 
Moran Thos. A. book stand, cor. Montgomery 

and Commercial 
Moran John, porter, 45 Sacramento 
Morin Dr. office, 156 Commercial, 2d floor 
Morrison Murray, firm of Kewen, Johnson & 

Morrison, custom House block, h. N.W. 

cor. Jackson and Stockton 
Morrison James, grocer, 360 Stockton 
Morrison Agnes, laborer, boards, 196 Pacific 
Morrison John, C. jr. & Co. importers, 139 

Washington 
Morrison William P. importer, 139 Wash- 
ington 
Morrison Adam, baker at Pirrie's bakery 
Morrison J. W. boots and shoes, 99 Batterv, 

2d floor 
Morrison John, tinner, 96 Pacific 
Morris James, saloon, 76 Sacramento 
Morrison J. blacksmith, h. Sansome, near 

Rassatte house 
Morrison S. D. clerk, 99 Battery 
Morrison James, saloon, 56 Pacific, corner 

Front 
Morrison Thos. H. merchant, 139 Washington 
Morrison Robert F. attorney, 151 Clay, 2d 

floor, h. cor. Powell and Jackson 
Morrison W. carpenter, boards Alta Hotel 
Morison James, m. d. 92 Montgomery, 2d 

floor 
Moritz M. wholesale clothing, Custom House 

Block 
Morris Geo. dry goods, corner Jackson and 

Dupont 
Morris Abram, dry goods, cor. Jackson and 

Dupont 
Morris J. M. coach painter, at Clapp & 

Fisher's 
Morris Thos. Phoenix brewery 
Morris A. merchandise broker, 210 Pacific 
Morris James, laborer, h. Dupont, bet. Bush 

and Sutter 
Morris J. & W. M. clothing, 165 Clay 
Morris Lewis, dry goods, 167 Clay 
Morris Chas. cierk, 77 Battery 
Morris John, engineer, h. N.W. cor. Pacific 

and Montgomery 



Morris Wm. J. jour, saddler, 82 Battery, h. 
Stevenson, bet. Second and Third 

Morris John W. carpenter, 39 Davis, 2d 
floor 

Morris Wm. bar-keeper, Jackson, bet. Davis 
and Front 

Morris Thos. post office 

Morris J. C. cook, Alden's Branch 

Morris Chas. book-keeper, 102 Merchant 

Morony Francis, stall 10, New W. Market 

Morony E. H. bar-keeper, cor. Broadway and 
Battery 

Moreaux G. saloon, 166 Commercial 

Morras J. manuf. boots and shoes Sutter 

Morton Chas. J. contractor, Merchant, 1 door 
E. of Montgomery 

Morton Edward, stevedore, 147 Front, 2d 
floor 

Mofton F. H. police officer. City Hall 

Morton Henrv J. carman, h. Howard, between 
Third and Fourth 

Morton VVm. clerk, 1 54 Montgomery 

Morton George, carpenter, Union, near Mont- 
gomery 

Morton J. &, J. B. carpenters, 83 Jackson, 2d 
floor 

Morton Thomas H. house Stevenson, near 
Second 

Morton J. <fe J. B. commission merchant, 29 
California 

Morton Josephus, commission merchant, 29 
California 

Morton Joshua B. com. mer. California, h. 
cor. Washington and Powell 

Morton Wm. clerk, 147 Sacramento 

Morton C. S. importer, cor. Sansome and Ca- 
lifornia 

Morgenthaw M. furnishing goods, 90 Sac- 
ramento 

Morehouse Legraud, book-keeper, 110 Front 

Morel Octave, fruit, 296 Stockton 

Morel H. D. clerk, 163 Montgomery, 2d floor, 
boards cor. Greenwich and Powell 

Morrell A. J. clothing, 131 Sansome 

Morrill E. A. house and sign painter, 28 
California 

Morey E. blacksmith, 38 Webb 

More J. C. & Co. clothing, 32^ Com. 

Mordacai Mrs. Anna, boarding house, 40 
First 

Mordacai Jonah, blacksmith, h. 40 First 

Mordacai Isaac, h. 40 First 

Mortimer Lewis L. messenger, custom house 

Morington Thos. driller, Flint's wharf 

Moret J. & Van Bever, European groceries, 
Kearny, opposite Verandah 

Moses Charles, L. sea captain, boards at 319 
Stockton 

Moses Wm. S. carpenter, h. N. side Bush, 1 
door above Dupont 

Moses & Brother, B. Frederick, com. mer- 
chants, Clay, bet. Montgomery and San- 
some, house Vallejo, between Dupont and 
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Moses B. Fred. & Brother, com. merchants 

and importers Chinese goods, 132 Clay. 

h. Yallejo, bet. Dupont and Stockton 
Moses Alfred, com. merchant. Clay, between 

Montgomery and Sansome, h. Yallejo, 

bet. Dupont and Stockton 
Mosto G. B. h. corner Jackson and Mason 
Moss Samuel, Jr. banker and com. merchant, 

134 Clay, 2d floor, h. California, above 

Kearny 
Moss J. Mora, banker and com. merchant, 

1 34 Clay, 2d floor, h. California, above 

Kearny 
Moss D. H. P. deputy city marshall, 4 City 

Hall 
Moss Alexander, clerk, 64 Pacific 
Mosbach August H. 179 Washington 
Moseley T. R. at Adams & Co's. Express, 

Stockton department 
Mosheimer J. architect, 137 California, 2d fl'r 
Mountain Thomas, stevedore, h. Lombard, 

corner Kearny 
Mountain Lake Water Company, office 172 

Montgomery, 2d floor 
Moulton k Lum, Eureka Hotel, 113 Montg'y 
Moulton Bcnj Eureka Hotel, 113 Montg'ry 
Moulton Josiah, house and sign painter, 45 

Battery, h. Powell, near Sutter 
Moulton Samuel, carpenter, hoards Beale. near 

Folsom 
Moulton Jonathan <fc Co. pump and block 

makers, 16 Sacramento 
Moulton Benj. F. stock broker. 148 Clay. h. 

Montgomery, near Yallejo 
Mount T. L. wholesale grocer, 67 Front 
Mount Charles E. attorney, 55 Montgomery 

Block, 3d floor, h. corner of Pacific and 

Montgomery 
Mour Asa. miller, 149 Battery 
Moutrey Thos. carman, 95 Front 
Moulder A. J. assistant editor "S. F. Herald."" 

120 Montgomery 
Mowry D. A. soda factory, corner Jessie and 

Jane 
Mowry W. D. waterman, boards cor. Spring 

and Summer 
Mowry Richard, jour, carpenter, Stevenson, 

near Second 
Mowry L. contractor, 95 Pine 
Mowry Dutee, contractor, 95 Pine 
Mowry Sylvester, saloon, Spring Valley, Pre- 
sidio road 
Mowbray Wm. clerk, at Case, Heiser & Co's. 
Moylan Wm. San Rafael Market. 43 B'dway 
Moylan Thos. butcher stall 2 Xew World 

Market, h. Mason, near Broadway 
Mudd J. H. Clay, attorney, Xo. 98 Merchant. 

2d floor 
Mudge B. W. attorney. Parson's building 
Muir Wm. carriage maker, corner of Kearny 

and Post 
Mullins Wm. P. h. S. E corner Union and 

Mason 
Mullan John, blacksmith, Yulcan Iron W'ks 



Mullen Thomas, carman, h. X. side Yallejo, 

bet. Powell and Mason 
Mullen Edw. boots and shoes. 204 Kearny 
Mullin Thomas, mason, h. Bush, 2 doors from 

Monroe 
Mulnaer L. B. h. Yallejo. between Dupont and 

Stockton 
Muller Jacob, baker. 248 Dupont 
Mulqueen James, laborer, house Jessie, near 

Annie 
Mulvihill Michael. Jackson Street House, 

cor. Jackson and Davis 
Munroe James, h. cor. Broadway and Mason 
Munro Robert, malt liquors, 152 Sansome 
Mund C. F. builder, 101 Bush 
Mumfrey Wm. boarding house. No. 53 Clay, 

2d floor 
Munch Jacob, baker, 46 Broadway 
Munson J. teacher, boards at 114 Pacific 
Munson Ira, clerk, U. S. Surveyor General's 

office, h. Kearny, near Washington 
Munn Joseph, liarfeterrnan. boards at Sutter 

Hotel 
Murray 0. W. & Co. booksellers and station- 
ers. Montgomery Block 
Murray Francis, proprietor Old Oak House, 

Mission road 
Murray Hon. Hugh C. chief justice Supreme 

Court, City Hall 
Murray John S. liquors, 24 Sacramento 
Murray ft Foster, com. merchants, 96 Front 
Murray II. K. com. merchant. 96 Front 
Murray Wm. machinist, Union Iron Works 
Murray II. II. boardi at Xiantic 
Murray James, shipping master, Davis, near 

Jackson 
Murray Edward, boiler maker, Union Iron 

W orks 
Murphy John, carpenter, h. S. side Card al. 
Murphy John, undertaker, S. M. Hospital 
Murphy John, laborer, h. Quincy 
Murphy D. T. firm of Eugene Kelly & Co. 
Murphy Peter, laborer. 91 Montgomery 
Murphy Daniel, shoes. 119 Montgomery 
Murphy Patrick, blacksmith, 38 Webb 
Murphy John, bar-keeper, Eldorado Saloon 
Murphy Sylvester, bar-keeper. Union Hotel 
Murphy J. K. Branch Hotel, 40 Sansome 
Murphy Wm. D. clerk, boards at No. 129)£ 

Jackson 
Murphy N. S. m. d. Sherman's building, cor. 

Clay and Montgomery, 2d floor 
Murphy H. G. machinist, Union Iron Works 
Murphv X. sheet iron worker, Union Iron 

Works 
Murphy Daniel, Opposition Line Pilots, cor. 

Jackson and East, 2d floor 
Murphy Timothy 0. inspector, custom house 
Murphy S. S. clerk, 110 Sansome 
Murphy John, undertaker. 351 Stockton 
Murphv Mrs. Mary E. seamstress. Franklin 

Hotel 
Murr Chas. H. baker, 89 Kearny 
Murr Christopher, baker, 89 Kearny 



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Murdoch Jas. E. tragedian, h. 186 Montgom- 
ery, 3d floor 
Murdoch Samuel, comedian, h. 186 Montgom- 
ery, 3d floor 
Murdoch M. carpenter. 32 Webb 
Murdoch Calvin, bleacher of oil, at R. F, 

Knox & Go's. 
Murdoch A. cooper, Battery, bet. Washing- 
ton and Jackson, h. 5 Minna 
Murdoch George L. boarding house, No. 36 

Sansome 
Murdoch Wm. J. clerk, 67 Front 
Murrey John S. merchant, h. Kearny, bet'wn 

Vallejo ane Green 
Murrey John C. clerk, 116 Jackson 
Murrey John, clerk, boards 129 ^ Jackson 
Murkee Andrew, laborer, h. 51 Vallejo 
Mustard J. laborer, 160 California 
Muser Henry, coffee room, 127 California 
Mutzenbecher John, cabinet maker, No. 254 

Dupont 
Myers P. P. miller, i36 Pine 
Myers H. & Co. imp'rs dry goods, 183 Clay 
Myers J. & L. dry goods, 167 Clay 
Myers J. G. carman, No. 94 Maynar's Row, 

California 
Myers Chas. porter, 95 Front 
Myers John, moulder, Union Iron Works 
Mje s A. H. & A. fruit trees and shrubbery, 

148 Montgomery, basement 
Mvrick Capt. Joseph, com. merchant, No. 
147 front, 2d floor 

Nadorf R. saloon, 109* Kearny 

Nagle G. D. builder, h. cor. Jones and 
Broadway 

Nagle Jeremiah, shipping agent, 155 Front, 
h. in Clinton, San Antonio 

Nahl C. &A. Wenderoth, daguerreotype art- 
ists, 79 Broadway 

Naiad Saw Mills, 23 California 

Nason J. D. shipping and commission mer- 
chants, 11 Sacramento, 2d floor 

Nash Chas. carman, h. near Rassette House 

Nash J. D. painter, 45 Battery, h. Sutter 

Nathan L. jeweller, 181 Clay 

Nathan Moss, fancy goods. 79 Commercial 

Nautre J. A. firm of Fry, Nautre <fe John- 
son, attorneys. 136 Montgomery, room 
14, 2d floor, h. S. side Pacific, "between 
Virginia and Stockton 

Navarro A. attorney, 21 Montgomery Rlock, 
2d floor 

Neal Moses, h* Sherwood place 

Neal Win. W. Opposition Line Pilots, cor- 
ner Jackson and East, 2d floor 

Neall & Smiley, cor. Battery and Washing- 
ton, custom house lot 

Neall James, cor. Battery and Washington, 
custom house lot 

Neefus & Tichenor, shipping and commis- 
sion, Jackson, below Davis 

Neefus J. F. shipping and commission, Jack- 
son, below Davis 



Neefus M. S. coppersmith, 116 Front 
Negbaur & Co. booksellers and stationers, 

125 Sacramento 
Neill Alexander, stove maker, 231 Kearny 
Neill Wm. laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
Neil Wm. coppersmith and plumber, Davis, 

between Sacramento and California 
Neil Jas. R. coppersmith and plumber, Da- 
vis, between Sacramento and California 
Nelson James, carpenter, h. Broadway, rear 

of Bovee's spice mills 
Nelson Robt. m. d. office Dupont, between 

Clay and Commercial 
Nelson Thos. wheelwright, 86 Bush 
Nelson & Doble, blacksmiths, 152 California 
Nelson Thomas, blacksmith, 152 California, 

h. S. W. corner Union and Powell 
Nelson Andrew, at Harrison Mills 
Nelson David, stove mounter, 160 Battery 
Nelson David, stove mounter, 208 Montg'y 
Nelson David, stove mounter, boards 129 % 

Jackson 
Nelson Geo. H. storage, Flint'e wharf 
Nelson & Lawrence, Telegraph Market, Cun- 
ningham's Wharf 
Nelson Henry, Telegraph Market, Cunning- 
ham's wharf 
Nelson Wm. proprietor Jackson-st. Mills, 78 

Jackson 
Nelson James, police Officer, City Hall 
Nelson Robt. porter, 197 and 199 Sansome 
Neppert J. D. furniture, 212 Washington 
Nesbitt Samuel, Eagle Bakery, cor. Post and 

Kearny 
Nesbitt F. A. clerk, 75 Sacramento 
Nessle Conrad, firm of W. Miles k Co. 5 

Sacramento 
Neurdin Charlet, laundry, Union, near Mason 
New Daniel, butcher, shop and h. cor. Wash- 
ington and Stockton 
Neumann Gustave, paper store, 274 Dupont 
Neumann & Guys, real estate brokers, Mc- 
Allister's building 
Neumann L. real estate broker, McAllister's 

building 
Neuman Chas. barber, 5 Commercial 
Neusham John, foreman Sutter Iron Works 
Neustadt & Barnett, general importers, 107 

California, 2d floor 
Neustadt S. J. general importer, 107 Cali- 
fornia. 2d floor 
Neustadter N. & Co. clothing, 132 Califor- 
nia, 2d floor 
Neuhaus Brothers, wines, liquors and cigars 

70 Battery 
Neuhaus D. H. wines, liquors and cigars, 70 

Battery 
Neuhaus N. wines, liquors and cigars. 70 

Battery 
Neuhoff Francis, 88 Battery 
Nevins T. J. agent Am. Sunday School 

Union, office 174 Clay, 3d floor 
Nevins R. W . & Co. liquor dealers and gro- 
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Neville James H. clerk, Market, near First 
Newcomb Martin, h. Chestnut, between 

Mason and Taylor 
Newson Wm. merchant, at Patten Brothers, 1 i 

C u= torn House Block 
Newmans John, carman, h. X. side Vallejo, 

between Powell and Mason 
Newman <t Price, clothing depot, 47 1 ., 

Pacific 
Newman Nathan, clothing depot, 47)£ Pacific 
Newman C. L. grocer, 146 Sansome 
Newman John, conk, 20 Ohio 
New mark Miss, fancy store, 149 Kearny 
Newmark Joseph, jobber, h. 149 Kearny 
Newmark Meyer J. clerk, 66 Sacramento, 2d 

floor 
New banks James, carpenter, h. Jessie, near 

Third * 
Newty N. miller, boards 147 Sonsome 
Newbey N. miller, at Eclipse .Mills 
New AVorld Market, Commercial, between 

Montgomery and Sansome 
New Bedford Oil Works, cor. Sansome and 

Jackson 
Newton J. R. & Co. commission merchants. 

.'57 Sacramento 
Newton John B. commission merchant, 37 

Sacramento, h. Mission 
Newton James R. commission merchant, 37 

Sacramento, h. 256 Stockton 
Newton & Scheuch, importers, 5 Custom 

House Block, Sacramento 
Newhall, Gregory & Claghorn, auction and 

commission merchants, cor. Sacramento 

and Sansome 
Newhall Benry M. auction and commission 

merchant, cor. Sansome and Sacrameuto, 

h. Rincon point 
Newhall Wm. laborer, h. Charles place 
Newhall S. W. clerk, city and county sur- 
veyor's office, City Hall 
Newill P. 0. C. miller at Eclipse Flour 

Mills, Gold 
Newell Patrick, clerk, 17 Commercial 
Newell Otis W. clerk, 30 Clay 
Newell II. carman, 64 Front 
Newell L. W. Adams & Co.'s Express. 

Stockton department 
Newell William, 113 Battery 
Newell Wm. pressman, " Sun'' office 
Newell Wm. Jr. boy at " Sun" office 
Newell Patrick, miller at Washington Mills 
Newell W. L, foreman " Cal. Chronicle" of- 
fice, h. Stone 
Newland Robt. Erskine, saloon, 89 Wash'n 
Nias Geo. E. h. corner Union and Powell 
Nicholson John, grocer, N. W. corner Green 

and Stockton 
Nicholson & Moore, Lafayette Bakery, 4 Ohio 
Nicholson J. A. baker, 4^0hio 
Nicholson Capt. J. Y. shipping master, Sac- 
ramento wharf, between Drum and Davis, 
h. First, between Folsom and Howard 
Nicholson John J. book-keeper, 108 Front 



Nicholson John J. public weigher and meas- 
urer, cor Front and "Washington 

Nichols Mrs. Caroline C. (widow,) private 
boarding house. 211 Clay 

Nichols . hatter, 160 Commercial 

Nichols Elijah, assemblyman. City Hall 

Nichols James, boards 12'.)''., Jackson 

Nichols Wm. 13. boarding house, 139 Jackson 

Nichols, Parker & Co. commission and job- 
bing merchants, 96 and 98 Battery 

Nichols A. C. commission and jobbing mer- 
chant. 96 and 98 Battery, h. California, 
one door from Powell 

Nichols Patrick, liquors, 48 Clay 

Nichols J. H. merchant tailor. 10 Phoenix 
Block. 3d floor 

Nichols G. W. auctioneer, 112 Sacramento 

Nicholls E. watchmaker. 152 Montgomery, 
2d floor 

Nicholl Thomas, police officer, City Hall 

Nicol John. 126 California 

Nickerson D. R. carman, h. Washington, 
between Stockton and Stout's alley 

Nickerson .V; Lovett, Auctioneers' Saloon, 
cor. Clay and Sansome ; and White- 
hall Saloon, cor. Battery and Commercial 

Nickerson Mulford. Auctioneers' Saloon, cor- 
ner Clay and Sansome ; and Whitehall 
Saloon, cor. Battery and Commercial 

Nicholas Stephen, finisher) Excelsior Iron 
Works 

Nicholas & Co. coffee stand, cor. Davis and 
Sacramento 

Nicaragua S. S_. Co. cor. Leidcsdorff and 
Sacramento 

Nietsen II. commission merchant, 48 Front, 
2d floor 

Nieman Henry, boarding house, 73 Pacific 

Nieman Wm. steward) 73 Pacific 

Niemann II. proprietor Minerva Exchange, 
73 Pacific 

Nightengale Wm. h. S. side John 

Nightengale H. carpenter, 167 Jackson, h. 
124 Kearny 

Nightengale Joseph, Union House, 12 First 

Nightengale John, Union House, 12 First 

Niks Eben, Lower House, 1 Union Hotel 
basement 

Nindel August, tinner, 238 Clay 

Nisbet Benj. R. firm of Lucas, Turner & Co. 
bankers, 104 Montgomery 

Niven A. M. clerk at Bnrstow, Church & Co.'s 

Niven James, boiler maker, Union Iron 
Works 

Nix Mrs. Sarah, h. 35 Clay 

Nix Mrs. Sarah, (widow,) boarding bouse, 
42 Sacramento 

Nixon R. painter, 28 California 

Noble Moses, boards 222 California 

Noble D. painter, 238 Clay 

Noble James, carpenter, h. Broadway, above 
Mason 

Noble Thomas, h. Green, between Montgom- 
ery and Kearny 



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Noble Augustus, cooper, Jones' alley, h. 

Green, near Montgomery 
Noble E. book-keeper ,"80 and 82 Davis 
Noltipg Anton, riquor store, 110 Broadway 
Nolting Wm. h. Sutter, near Dupont 
Noll Louis, paper hanger, h. Ill Pine 
Nolte Lewis, earpenter, boards 64 Broadway 
Nolan & Donnellan, grocers, Stevenson, near 

Second 
Nolan Michael, grocer, Stevenson, near 

Second 
Xolund Daniel, stone cutter, cor. Bush and 

Buttery 
Noonan P. butcher, h. 83 Broadway 
Noonan J. laborer, h. Minna, near Third 
Norwood Edwin, laborer, boards 221 Sac- 
ramento 
Norwood John, real estate dealer, h. Filbert, 

above Powell 
Norton Joseph, carman, h. 224 California 
Norton Edward, attorney and counsellor, of- 
fice 15 Wells' building 
Norton M. clothing, 212 Kearny 
Norton G. M. commission merchant, 92 

Clay. h. cor. Fremont and Harrison 
Norton E. F. commission merchant, 92 (lay, 

h. corner Fremont and Harrison 
Norton J. clerk, cor. California aud Battery, 

2d floor 
Norton John, porter, 40 California 
Nortou C\ A. jour, printer, Commercial job 
printing office, boards cor. Kearny and 
Sacramento 
Norton Joshua, real estate dealer, 120 Mont- 
gomery 
Norris David, printer, boards 186 Broadway 
N orris Thomas, marble cutter, 178 Com- 
mercial 
Norris N. B. livery stables, cor. Bush aud 

Kearny 
Norris J. S. laborer, 164 Sacramento 
Norris Wm. steamboat agent, cor. Sacramen- 
to and Drum, 2d floor 
Norris D. printer, " Times and Transcript" 
Norris Joseph P. firm Bell, Norris & Co. 

shipwrights, Clay, below Drum 
Norris W. cor. Jackson and East 
North Hampton, capt. of police, 4 City Hall 
Northam, Bartlett & Garwood, gen. agents 
and commission merchants, 67 California 
Northam Edw. F. general agent and com- 
mission merchant, 67 California 
Norcross Daniel, regalia manufacturer, 148 

Sacramento 

Northrop D. B. attorney, 74 Montgomery 

Block, 3d floor, h. cor. California and 

Joyce 

Nott Jas. E m. d. office and house 183 Dupont 

Nouizillet & Routiner, nianuf. jewelry, 175 

Commercial 
Nonrse John A. carpenter at Elliot & Til- 
den's, h. Russ lane 
Nourse John A. carpenter at Elliot & Til- 
den's, h. Russ lane 



Nourse Geo. F. merchant, boards Mercantile 

Hotel 
Noyes James M. carman, at Story, Redding- 

ton & Co.'s 
Noyes G. F. attorney, office Montgomery 

Block, h. Prospect place 
Noyes Eben S. clerk, 138 Clay, house 154 

Battery 
Noyes Ira H. laborer, market, near Beale 
Noyes Amos, appraiser and marine inspec- 
tor, 106 Montgomery, boards Oriental 
Noyes Geo. H. machinist, 100 Pine 
Noyes Wm. H. jour, printer, " News" office, 

35 Commercial 
Noyce G. H. machinist, boards 147 Sansome 
Noyce J. M. carman, boards 147 Sansome 
Nugent John, editor and proprietor " S. F. 
Herald," 120 Montgomery, h. Brenham 
place 
Nunan Matthew, grocer, N. W. cor. Green 

and Stockton 
Nunan T. carpenter, h. 224 Powell 
Nunan Edward, hat block manufacturer, 247 

Clay 
Nunan J. printer, " Ledger" office, 148 Clay 
Xunes Ralph, liquors and cigars, 45 Sac- 
ramento 
Nutting Joseph E. carpenter, h. cor. Bush 

and Stockton 
Nutting & Zottman, shutter makers, Maiden 
lane, between Jackson aud Washington 
Nutting Calvin, shutter maker, Maiden lane, 

between Jackson and Washington 
Nuttall Robert K. m. d. office 103 Montg'y 
Nuttman James E. contractor, boards 113 

Montgomery 
Nuttman V. W. merchant, h. Clark's point 
Nutz F. painter, 282 Dupont, 2d floor 
Nusbromar Lewis, Brown's Hotel, 83 Kearny 
Nye Capt. Wm. C. stevedore, h. Vallejo, be- 
tween Stockton and Powell 
Nye Alfred, ornamental carver, Washington, 
above Powell 

Oakley Brierly, Jr. saloon, corner of East 

and Jackson 
Oakley & Donaldson, saloon, 112 Sacram'to, 

basement 
Oakley Lanning F. saloon, 112 Sacramento, 

basement 
Oat Joseph M. chairmaker, h. corner Ecker 

and Stevenson 
Oatman Arba, com. merchant, 80 Battery, 

2d floor 
Ober Benj. m. d. office and house N. W. cor. 

Washington and Powell 
Obenaur John, grocer, corner of Dupont and 

Green 
Obermiller Dr. office 140 Kearny 
O'Brien P. J. painter, boards corner Powell 

and Filbert 
O'Brien Bernard, laborer, h. S. E. corner of 

Pacific and Powell 
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O'Brien Daniel, h. Dupont, bet. Filbert and 
Greenwich 

O'Brien Patrick, boatman, h. Baldwin's Row, 
Xorth Beach 

O'Brien John, carpenter, boards 196 Pacific 

O'Brien John & Co. Excelsior Iron Works. 
167 California 

O'Brien Michael, finisher, Excelsior Iron 
Works, 167 Califordia 

O'Brien Timothy, 160 Kearny 

O'Brien Robert, tailor, 198 Kearny 

O'Brien James, blacksmith, 126 Pacific 

O'Brien John, carpenter, boards at 20 Ohio 

O'Brien & Reins, wholesale and retail drug- 
gists, cor. Clay and Sansome 

O'Brien John, wholesale and retail druggist, 
cor. Clay and Sansome 

O'Brien Peter, laborer, Sutter Iron Works 

O'Brien William S. ship chandler, 13 Sac- 
ramento 

O'Brien F. helper, Union Iron Works 

O'Brien P. M. m. d. wholesale druggist, 74 
Davis, h. Filbert, between Kearny and 
Dupont 

O'Brien J. F. police officer, City Hall 

Ochs M. book-keeper, 83 California 

Ockel Chas. bar-keeper, 149 Commercial 

O'Connor Win. liquor store, 278 Dupont 

O'Connor James, mason, house corner Mont- 
gomery and Broadway 

O'Connor Wm. laborer, h. Green, bet. San- 
some and Montgomery 

O'Connor James, mason, boards 64 B'dway. 

O'Connor John F. iron and steel, 139, 441 & 
143 Sansome 

O'Connor Thos. H. iron and steel, 139. 141 & \ 
143 Sansome 

O'Connor Peter, firm of Fox it O'Connor 

O'Connor Moses, saloon. 9 Davis 

O'Connor M. clerk, 10 Davis 

O'Connor Patrick, mason, boards at Franklin 
Hotel 

O'Conner Henry, saloon, 117 Front 

O'Connor M. P. attorney and justice of the 
Peace, Mission Dolores 

O'Connel Timothy, carpenter, h. Jessie, near 
Second 

O'Doherty George, California Land Com- | 
missioner, 4 Masonic Hall, house Anthony 
street 

O'Donel J. painter, h. Belden 

O'Donel M. laborer, h. Belden 

O'Donnell James, painter, 117 Washington, ' 
h. Pine, near Kearny 

O'Dowd J. J. m. d. 88 Battery 

O'Flaharty M. boarding house, 31 Broadway 

Ogden & Haynes, shipping and com. merch'ts, j 
37 California, 2d floor 

Ogden Richard G. shipping and com. merch't, 
37 California, 2d floor 

Ogilvie John, carman, h. Sutter, bet. Dupont 
and Kearny 

O'Grady Wei. H. artist, h. corner California 
and Buena Vista 



O'Grady W. H. superintendent of Public 

Schools, office Citv Hall 
O'Hagan John, builder. 148 Pacific, h. Valle- 

jo, 1 door above Kearny 
O'Halloran Florence, teamster, Union Iron 

Works 
O'Hara Brian, steward, at M. L. Winn's 
C'Hara John, helper, Vulcan Iron Works 
Ohlandt W. H. grocer, corner of Kearny and 

Bush 
O'Kane John, saddler, 102 Battery 
O'Kane John, saddler, boards 29 Leidsdorff 
O'Kane John, bar-keeper, 65 Davis 
O'Keefe Daniel, laborer, h Francisco, near 

Kearny 
Olbrecht Augustus, h. Kearny, bet. Yallejo 

and Green 
Oldson John, gate keeper S. M. Hospital 
Olds J. Spencer, law library, City Hall 
Olds Wm. B. attorney, Parson's build'g, Clay 
Olds L. B. carpenter, Happy Valley Mills 
Olds Lucius, proprietor Erving House 
Oldham P. & W. cabinet makers, 25 Sansome, 

2d floor 
Oldham P. cabinet maker, 180 Montgomery 
Olehan Richard, laborer, house Filbert, near 

Stockton 
O'Leary John, laborer, U S. Bonded ware- 
house, corner Union and Battery 
Oliveira D. m. d. private hospital, cor. Mason 

and Broadway 
Oliver & Buckley, paints, oils, &c. cor. Bat- 
tery and Halleck 
Oliver D. J. paints, oils, <ie. corner Battery 

and Halleck 
Oliver John B. house and sign painter, 122 

Sacramento, h. cor. Stockton and Bush 
Oliver Walter, watchman. Tehama House 
Oliver II 11. bur-keeper, 40 Sacramento 
Oliver L. C. clerk, 83 Commercial 
Olmstead Harrison, md'ze broker, 85 Clay 
Olmstead Thomas G. D. general importer, 85 

Clay 
Olmstead Daniel H. carman, 85 Clay 
Olney .Tames X. real estate broker, Armory 

Hall, h. Stockton, opposite S. M. Hos. 
Olpherts Robert, clerk, 186 Kearny 
O'Malley J. lamp lighter, Metropolitan The- 
atre, h Msssion road 
O'Meara & Painter, job printers, 132 Clay 
O'Meara John, job printer, 132 Clay 
O'Meara C. J. saloon. 156 Washington, house 

Broadway, bet. Dupont and Stockton 
On John, laborer, 278 Dupont 
Onderdonk George, carriage maker, 39 Webb, 

h. 161 Dupont 
O'Neal Hugh, attorney, office Xo. 5 Phoenix 

Block, 3d floor 
O'Xeil Arthur, boiler maker, 51 Jackson 
O'Xeil John, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
O'Xeil A. boiler maker, boards corner Pine 

and Kearny 
O'Xeil M. tinner, 140 Pine 
O'Xeil J. boarding house, 60 First 



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O'Neil W. saloon, Market street wharf 
O'Neil M. porter house, Battery, near Wash- 
ington 
O'Neil Owen, boarding house, No. 61 Mont- 
gomery, 2d floor 
O'Neill Daniel, book-keeper, at Abernethy, 

Clark & Co's. Stewart street 
O'Neill B. boiler maker, Union Iron Works 
O'Niel John, laborer, h. S. side Green, near 

Powell, 2d floor 
O'Niel Mrs. E. (widow,) house Mission, near 

Third 
O'Niel James, laborer, 149 Battery 
O'Niel Peter, laborer, 100 Pine 
O'Niel Richard, butcher, corner Vallejo and 

Battery 
O'Niel Peter, steward, Mansion House, Mis- 
sion Dolores 
Operandorf E. cigars, 262 Dupont 
Opernauer, 4 Maiden lane 
Oppenheim M. house broker, 129 California, 

h. Broadway, near Stockton 
Oren Chas. A. bar-keeper, 219 Clay 
O'Regan Daniel, police officer. City Hall 
Oriental Stables, Jessie, near First 
Orkland B. sheet iron worker, Union Iron 

Works 
Orlop A. mason, h. north side Vallejo, above 

Mason 
Ormsbee John M. attorney, 90 Merchant 
O'Reilly & Co. stevedores, No. 51 Pacific, 

2d floor 
O'Rourke Bernard, Louisiana House, No. 

252 Pacific 
O'Rourk Mrs. Mary, (widow,) h. 83 B'dway 
Orr Wm. porter bottler, rear 121 Pacific 
Orr Andrew, laborer, boards at 29 Leidsdorff 
Ortmann F. clerk, corner Bush and Dupont 
Osboru Wyman, merch't, Jessie, near Second 
Osborn Thos. J. steward, Irving House 
Oscar Frederick, manf. jewelry, Washington, 

4th door from Montgomery, 2d floor 
Osgood John F. general commission, 64 and 

66 California 
Osgood J. K. clerk at Alsop & Co's. Ill and 

113 California 
Osmond Chas. boatman, boards 196 Pacific 
Osmer C. saloon, Market street wharf 
Osmers G. & C. saloon, 65 Jackson 
Ostronder Volney, bar-keeper, corner Davis 

and Oregon 
O'Sullivau Michael, plumber, 18 Leidsdorff 
Otis & Farnum, flour and grain, 97 Front 
Otis Stephen, flour and grain, 97 Front, house 

Buena Vista 
Otto B. hat trimmer, 35 Commercial 
Otto John, resides at Bella Union 
Otto John, tailor, 4 Maiden lane 
Ottignon John L. carriage trimmer, 158 Cal. v 
Otterson James, laborer, 116 Jackson 
Otterson Daniel, clerk, 11 Commercial 
Oughton Wm. E. firm of Tripp & Oughton, 
pyrotechnists, Merchant, a few doors be- 
low Montgomery 



Oullahan & Perry, wholesale grocers, No. 2 

Trainer's Row 
Oullahan E. commission merchant, 2 Train- 
er's Row 
Overton J. P. real estate agent, N. E. corner 

Clay and Montgomery 
Overend J. A. T. pressman, " Times and 

Transcript" office 
Overout Geo. baker at Alden's Branch 
Owen L. C. grocer, cor. Clay and Stockton 
Owen Morris, saloon, Pacific, above Kearny 
Owen M. saloon, 57 Broadway 
Owen Lewis, Auburn House, 18 Davis 
Owen Jas. H. carman, 35 Pine 
Owens P. A. & Co. ship chandlers, 29 Sac- 
ramento 
Owens Peter A. ship chandler, 29 Sacram'to 
Owens P. H. ship chandler, 29 Sacramento 
Owens Jas. W. clerk, 29 Sacramento, house 

Minna, near Second 
Owens John C. boatman, 10 Sacramento 
Owner, Sickels & Taylor, ship chandlery, 31 

Sacramento 
Owner Henry, ship chandlery, 31 Sacramen- 
to, h. Vallejo, near Montgomery 

Pacific Market, Commercial, bet. Sansome 
and Montgomery 

Pacific Club Rooms, corner Commercial and 
Kearny 

Pacific Coral Depot, Halleck, rear American 
Theatre 

Pace Chaeles, chronometer and watch maker, 
rear Flint, Peabody & Co's. 

Packard L. C. commission merchant, 68 
Sacramento 

Pache Pierre, firm Mattison, Pache & Co. 67 
Sacramento 

Pacy Edward, carman, boards, 68 Mont- 
gomery 

Page, - Bacon <fe Co. bankers, N.W. cor. Cali- 
fornia and Montgomery 

Page Robert C. clerk, Common Council 

Page & Bario, saloons, 200 Kearny and 183 
Jackson 

Page Franklin, saloons, 200 Kearny and 183 
Jackson 

Page John, laborer, 109 Battery, h. 17 
Broadway 

Page Nathaniel, jr. lumber merchant, 32 
Battery 

Page Edward, steward at Longley's restaur't. 

Page R. C. clerk, custom house 

Page Timothy, post office, house 210 Sacra- 
mento 

Page Gwyn, firm of Crockett, Page & Tevis, 
attorneys, rooms Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 Ex- 
press Building. 3d floor 

Pahud F. importer of liquors, 118 California 

Pahud E. wines and liquors, 2 Custom House 
Block, basement 

Paine <fe Beers, dentists, Masonic Hall. Mont- 
gomery 

Painter J. B. job printer, 132 Clay 



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Paiae H. J. dentist, Masonic Hall, Mont- 
gomery 
Paine Warden, house raiser. X.E. cor Pacific 

and Montgomery 
Paige & VVebster, com. mer. cor. Union and 

Battery 
Paige Timothv. com. mer. cor. Union and 

Battery 
Pallies Victor, grocer, cor. Washington and 

Dupont 
Palmer, Cook <fc Co. bankers, corner Kearny 

and Washington 
Palmer Joseph C. banker, cor. Kearny and 

Washington, h. 165 .Stockton 
Palmer William, deputy marshal. (U. States 

court) 
Palmer Joseph, miller, boards 147 Sansome 
Palmer S. L. clerk, corner Sacramento and 

Front 
Palmer Mrs. Eliza M. h. 346 Powell 
Palmer Benj. engineer, 25 Melius 
Palmer, \V. A. A. Co. lumber merchant, 

junction California and Market, house, 

Second, bet. Folsom and Harrison 
Palmer E. H. Opposition Liue Pilots, cor. 

Jackson and East. 2d floor 
Palmer Morris W. clothing, 82 Commercial, 

h. cor Fourth and Howard 
Palmer E. C. deputy U. S. marshal, 89 Mer- 
chant 
Palmer M. E. inspector custom house 
Palmer Jacob, clerk at Winn's Fountain 

Head 
Pangburn J. L. hardware. 87 Washington 
Paucoast Richard. M. m. d. Davis, near Jack- 
son, h. cor Fourth and Emmet 
Papy J. J. deputy United S. marshall, 89 

Merchant 
Park Mrs. Arabella, (widow) h. Dupont. 2 

doors S. of Bush. 
Park T. B. secretary City Market Co. office 

Howard's buildings 
Park Trenar W. firm of Halleck. Peachy. 

Billings A Park. Montgomery block 
Parkes Geo. attorney. 90 Merchant 
Parks L. W. dayuerrean artist, W. side 

Portsmouth Square 
Parker Wm. H. h. 239 Clav 
Parker Mrs. E. M. W. private School, 239 

Clay 
Parker Charles F. carpenter, house Brannan 

place 
Parker George M. watchmaker, boards 159 

Pine 
Parker Robt. A. h. Milton place 
Parker T. H. m. d. office Bush, near Mont- 
gomery 
Parker H. C. firm of J. Y. HaUock & Co 
Parker Samuel H. attorney and commissioner 

for Xew Hampshire, 98 Merchant 
Parker W. Foster. 105 and 107 Sacramento, 

2d floor 
Parker Geo. A. tobacco and cigars, 182 

Montgomery 



Parker George M. jeweller, 139 Montgom'y. 

Parker S. F. com. and jobbing merchant, 96 
and 98 Batterv, house cor. California & 
Powell 

Parker Chas. bottler at J- C. Gihon's An- 
thony 

Parker W. C. general speculator, X.E. cor. 
Clay and Montgomery 

Parker Thos. B. saloon. 108 Montgomery 

Parket George F. bar-keeper, 108 Mont- 
gomery 

Parker Stephen, porter, 39 California 

Parker Edwd. H. impr. and com. me?- 64 
Front, h. Green, near Dupont 
. Parker John, laborer. 62 Clay 

Parker J. W. ship agent, Davis, near Pa^ * 
h. cor. Union and Powell 

Parker A Wade, saloon, 34 Clay 

Parker Henry A. saloon. 34 Clay 

Parker Jos. L. saloon. 34 Clay 

Parkinsou C. grocer. 136 Kearnv 

Parnell John, h. Lafayette, bet. Green and 
Union 

Partons George, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 

Parrish Nathan, wood-yard. 194 Sacramento 

Parrish Edward, u. d. 150 Montgomery, 2d 
floor 

Parrish D. proprietor Chicago Hotel, Jack- 
son, bet. Davis and Front 

Parrish C. proprietor Chicago Hotel, Jack- 
son, bet. Davis and Front 

Pardee S. E. clerk, 137 California 

Pardee E. H. m. d. corner Sansome and 
Pacific 

Pardee Wm. J. resident director of Wells, 
j Fargo A (Jo's Express 

Pardee E. H. oculist, Brenham place, near 
Clay 

Parkhurst Chas. stasre driver for Dillon. 
Hedge & Co. 

Parkerson Henry, stall 1 United States 
Market 

Parburt Geo. R. attorney. Court Block, 182 
and 184 Clay, 2d floor 

Parr Richard, city assessor, 23 City Hall 

Parsons, Cook & Tyler, attorneys." 3 and 4 
Parson's building, Clay 

Parsons Levi, attorney, 3 and 4 Parson'3 
building, Clay 

Parrott John, carman, 62 Sacramento 

Parent Chas. L. carpenter, 39 Davis, h. Jessie, 
near First 

Parent Charles, builder, 39 Davis, 2d floor 

Parcells John J. carpenter, California wharf 

Parezo X. watchman, custom house 

Passrien H. grocer, cor. Green and Kearny 

Passenau Victor, barber, X. side Washing'n, 
bet. Montgomery and Kearny 

Paskell H. H. Portsmouth House, cor. Bren- 
ham place and Clay 

Pascal Jas. J. stevedore, Stewart 

Pateo Jules, h. Janson, bet. Lombard and 
Greenwich 

Patterson H. saloon, 52 Commercial 



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Patt E. 0. mason, h. 1 door from cor. Stock- 
ton and California 

Patterson Geo. coffee house, cor. Janson and 
Lombard 

Patterson A. bottler, h. Stockton, bet. Green- 
wich and Filbert 

Patterson G. at Williams & Severance's soda 
factory 

Patterson David, billiard saloon, Verandah, 
cor. Kearny and Washington 

Patterson James, 105 and 107 Sacramento, 
2d floor 

Patterson Wm. messenger, California State 
Telegraph Office 

Patterson Robert, firm of Rawlings & Pat- 
terson, Irving House, Oregon st. 

Patrick John Y. com. mer. 37* Battery, h. 
Minna 

Patrick John L. com. mer. 37 Battery, house 
Minna 

Patrick Thomas & Co. Excelsior soda fac- 
tory, cor. Third and Jessie 

Patrick James & Co. imprs. of butter, and 
com. mer. 161 Battery 

Patrickson Thos. teller, at Davidson's bank 

Patton J. R. tailor, 117 Clay 

Patten Brothers, saloon, 1 Custom House 
Block 

Patten W. H. saloon, 1 Custom House Bl'k. 
boards Portsmouth House 

Patten B. A. saloon, 116 Montgomery, b'ds. 
Portsmouth House 

Patch & Clayton, commission merchants, 02 
Front 

Patch Win. Y. com. mer. 92 Front, house 44 
Minna 

Patchin L. W. commission merchant, 108 
Front 

Paul Wm. P. carman, h. 118 Bush 

Paul & Co. Franklin Job Printing Office, 186 
Montgomery 

Paul Chas. F. Franklin Job Printing Office, 
186 Montgomery 

Paull Wm. W. & Benjamin R. saloon, Spring 
Valley, Presidio Road 

Payne Theodore, waterman, boards 221 Sac- 
ramento 
.Payne Capt. John, h. 198 Stockton 

Payne Walter T. laborer, boards 196 Pa- 
cific 

Payne John, carpenter, h. Milton place 

Payne Thomas, m. d. State M. Hospital 

Payne Theodore & Co. stock and real estate 
auctioneers, 137 California, cor. Mont- 
gomery 

Payne Theodore, stock and real estate auc- 
tioneer, boards Oriental Hotel 

Payne John & Co. Girard House. Merchant, 
bet. Sansome and Montgomery 

Payot Henry, periodical depot, 155 Kearny 

Payson J. B. cabinet maker, 145 Sacra- 
mento 

Payson H. R. agent of steamer Antelope, 
cor. Davis and Pacific, 2d floor 



Payot Joseph, coffee house. 163 Commercial 
Payton Bernard, com. mer. Front, near 
California, h. Washington, bet. Dupont 
and Stockton 
Paxson Jos. S. agricultural hardware, 46 

California 
Peasley X. H laborer, h. S. side Green, near 

Powell, 2d floor 
Peaslee, G. grocer, corner Battery and Com 

mercial 
Pease Wm. C. firm of Chase • & Co. soda 

factory 
Pease Emerv T. deputy flour inspector, 34 

Clay, h.*209 Stockton 
Pease E. T. & Co. flour and produce, 34 Clay 
Pease James H. & Co. flour store, 140 San- 
some 
Pease E. T. flour store, 140 Sansome 
Pearson & Crane, dentists, office 193 Clay, 

2d floor 
Pearson James, dentist, office 193 Clay, 2d 

floor 
Pearson Frederick, seaman, boards 20 Ste- 
venson 
Pearson James G. clerk, Recorder's court, 

City Hall 
Pearkes George, attorney, 1 Bolton & Bar- 
ron's Building 
Peabody Alfred, com. mer. firm of Flint, 

Peabody & Co. 
Peacock Geo. W. clerk, at Hall & Grave's, 

Stockton. 2 dooos X. of Pacific 
Peachy Archibald C. attorney, firm of Hal- 
le'ck, Peachy, Billings & Park, Mont- 
gomery Block 
Peachy John B. cashier, custom house, res- 
idence Montgomery Block 
Peale &Bovyer, sash and blind manufacturers, 

20 California 
Peale Henry, sash and blind manufacturer, 20 

California 
Peake W. B. flour dealer, 7 Washington 
Peck J. L. blacksmith. 101 Broadway, h. cor. 

Broadway and Powell 
Peck H. A. apothecary, 213 Washington 
Peck E. S. Montgomery House, 97 Mont- 
gomery 
Peck & Mann, market, 62 Pacific 
Peck Addison S. market. 62 Pacific 
Peck John A. commission merchant, 132 

Clay, 2d floor 
Peck John M. grocer. 138 Mission 
Peck Lewis, book-keeper, 137 Cal. h. Bush, 

near Dupont 
Peck & Co. merchant, 49 Pacific, 2d floor 
Peckham & Davis, ship chandlers, 42 Clay 
Peckham E. P. ship chandler, 42 Clay 
Peebcls <fc Bray, commission merchants, 40 

Clay 
Peebels Cary, commission merchant, 40 Clay 
Pcguilhen Francois, h 291 Dupont 
PeiserL. saloon, 128 Commercial, basement 
Peirce Henry, builder, 59 Pine 
Peirce G. A. carpenter, 59 Pine 






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Pelan H. H. m. d. druggist. S. W. corner of 

Dupont and Broadway 
Pelby Miss Rosalie, tragic actress. American 

Theatre, boards at Wilson's Exchange 
Pelby Miss Julia, juvenile actress, American 

Theatre,, boards at Wilson's Exchange 
Peltier Henry, helper. 104: California 
Pelouze Edward, Jr. type founder, 5 Maiden 

lane 
Peltret Peter G. proprietor of Gallego Mills. 

149 Battery 
Pelhain Win. J. saloon. 213 Montgomery 
Pelham W. J. saloon. 125 Washington 
Penney David, carman, h. Lombard, between 

Kearny and Dupont 
Pennypacker J. J. pressman "S. F. Herald 

office 
Pennycook J. baker, loo Kearny 
Pennaman S. clerk, corner of California and 

Battery. 2d floor 
Penniman Jas. F. at J. L. Riddle & Go's. 
Penniman T. at Macondray & Oo's. 54 and 56 

Sansome 
Pensam J. J. carrier of the ••Sun" 
Pencil Henry. Branch Hotel 
Pendergast M. porter, corner of Battery and 

Halleck 
Penning Jos. H. express driver, h. 56 Minna 
Pennington Miss M. A. private boa ■ 

Webb 
Pendleton B. F. lumber merchant, 14 Cali- 
fornia, h. Fremont, mar Harrison 
Pendleton Wm. F. miner, 14 California 
Pendexter S. H. & Co. general importers, 19 

Davis 
Perrier Henry, clerk, h. rear 1."';! Clay 
Perry Joseph, carpenl 22 - ram'to 

Perry Horace P. at LeConnt A- Str( Dg 
Perry Thatcher, carpenter. 192 Sacramento 
Perry P. H. 2 Armory Hall, h. S. W. corner 

Powell and California 
Perry & Topping, st-ve dealers, 68 Sansome 
Perry Wm. stove dealer. 68 Sansome 
Perry W. com merchant. 2 Trainer's Row, 

Kearny 
Perry J. 0. paper hanger, Chicago Hotel 
Perry John. Jr. stock and bullion broker, 

Armory Hall, boards at Oriental Hotel 
Perkins Chas. C. carpenter, h. Lafayette, bet. 

Green and Union 
Perkins T. H. intelligence office, 87 Com- 
mercial. 2d floor 
Perkins Joseph, clerk, h. Taylor, betw'n Clay 

and Sacram-nto 
Perkius Sam'l C. coffee saloon, 46 Com'rcial 
Perkins Orin M. hardware, 100 Battery 
Perkins, AVebster & Co. produce com. mer- 
chants. 63 Clay 
Perkins Samuel, produce com. merchant. No. 

63 Clay 
Perkins Wm. C. wharf builder, corner Main 

and Market 
Perkins E. S. com. merchant, cor. California 

and Davis, h. Tehama, near Second 



Perkins Luke H. deputy wharfinger, Clay 

street wharf 
Perkins A. B. real estate agent and money 

broker, Armory Hall building 
Perine Robert, porter, 58 and 60 Sacramento 
Perley D W. attorney, No. 23 Montgomery 

Block, h. Dupont, 3 doors from Bush 
Perlberg A. & Co. merchant tailors, Xo. 106 

Clay 
Perbon Peter, saloon, 20 Sacramento 
Person Mrs. Mary Ann. fancy store, Xo. 66 

Montgomery 
Percy Samuel G. h. X. side Washington, 2 

doors below Powell 
Percy Mrs. Martha P. boarding and day 

school, north side Washington, 2 doors 

below Powell 
Peterson Jacob, carpenter, h. Janson, bet'wn 

Lombard and Greenwich 
Peterson Robert, Baloon, 349 Stockton 
tas. nurse. S. M. Hospital 
q, Schuth & Co. com. merchants, No. 

81 I 

•i <;. 11. book-keeper, 81 Clay, h. 91 

Bnsh 
jon James, firm P. Hagmann & Co. 71 

Front 
Peterson Thomas, porter. 27 Sacramento 
■ i Wm. boarding house. 47 Clay 

-.n Thomas, porter, 31 Sacramento 
A- Hazeltine, flour dealers. 61 and 63 
ifornia, 2d floor 

Henry II. Hour dealer. 61 and 63 Cal- 
ifornia, 2d floor 
Peters Chas. R. Battery street bonded ware- 
house, 20 and 22 Battery 
Pettit Mrs. A. M. A. private boarding, No. 

I.-*; California 
Pettit Edwin, carpenter, h. S. side Post, bet. 

Kearny and Dupont 
Pettit Peter, groom, 19 Battery 
Pettit Adolph. bar-keeper, 188 Front 
Pettis Edmond H. clerk, 88 Front 
Petty S. blacksmith, b'ds at 129 1 ., Jackson 
Petty Wm. engineer, City Mills. 25 First 
Pfaff Francis. 76 California 
Pfan Jacob, tinner, 282 Dupont 
Pfeiffer John, boots and shoes. 15 Montg'ry 
Pfister J. J. night worker, Montgomery, 2 

doors above Pacific 
Pforr John, grocer, corner Kearny and Bush 
Pforr Henry, grocer, cor. Kearny and Bush 
Phair Thomas, clerk, 166 Sansome 
Phelan Edward, clerk, 207 Clay 
Phelan Xicholas, bar-keeper, Pacific Club 

Rooms 
Phelan J. & M. com. merch'ts, 166 Sansome 
Phelan James, com. merchant, 166 Sansome 
Phelan Michaal, com. merch't, 166 Sansome 
Phelan Patrick H. printer 
Phelan M. helper. Union Iron Works 
Phelps Joseph F. cigars, Union Hotel 
Phelps A. attorney," Xo. 142 Montgomery, 

corner Clav, 2d floor 



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Phelps E. saloon, 146)^ Sansome 

Phelps M. Y. saloon, Wilson's Exchange, 

basement 
Phelps William S. ship smith, Drum, near 

Sacramento 
Phelps Henry D. h. 67 California 
Phileppi John, house 87 Bush 
Phillips and Laimbeers, contractors, 150 

Montgomery, 2d floor 
Phillips G. W. m. d. 156 Sacramento, 2d 

floor, h. cor. Pike and Washington 
Phillips John, beer house, corner Vallejo and 

Stockton 
Phillips Thomas, saloon, Vallejo, between 

Sansome and Battery 
Phillips L. auctioneer, h. Trinity 
Phillips Thomas, saloon, 49 Montgomery 
Phillips Geo. at Pacific Coal Depot 
Phillips James R. printer 
Phillips Charles, laborer, h. 51 Vallejo 
Phillips Alexander, baker, 46 Broadway 
Phillips N. T. grocer, 121 Broadway 
Philips Joseph W. commission merchant, 

731-0 Jackson, h. corner Sutter and 

Taylor 
Phillips Samuel S corner California and 

Battery 
Phillips F. M. clerk, corner California aud 

Battery 
Phillips A. shoe mrker, 40 First 
Phillips Geo. engineer, Happy Valley Mills 
Phillips & Johnson, boarding house, Market- 

st. wharf 
Phillips Richard, boarding house, Market-st. 

wharf 
Phillips John D. wharfinger, California-st. 

wharf, h. 342 Stockton 
Phillips <fe Boyd, liquors, 44 Clay 
Phillips AVm. liquors, 44 Clay 
Phillips Win. E. groom, 19 Battery 
Phillips John, porter, 84 and 86 Sacramento 
Phillips Leslie, watchmaker, 92 Commercial 
Phipps & Hanline, variety store, 83 Glay 
Phipps Alfred P. variety store, 83 Clay 
Phinney Win. R. saloon, Market, near Main 
Phinney & Bond, general grocers, 48 Clay 
Phinney T. W. general grocer, 48 Clay 
Phoenix Brewery, Jessie 
Phoenix Saw and Turning Mills, Market, 3 

doors from First 
Pickering L. broker, 120 Montgomery, house 

301 Stockton 
Picht Ernest, coffee saloon, Masonic Hall, 

basement 
Pick M. importer of foreign goods, corner 

Merchant and Sansome, h. 393 Powell 
Pickett E. W. shoemaker, Jackson, between 

Front and Davis 
Pickett & Mount, wholesale grocers, 67 Front 
Pickett Wm. wholesale grocer, 67 Front, h. 

Broadway, near Mason 
Pickett R. F. clerk, 67 Front 
Pidwell John T. 162 Sacramento 
Pieret H. clerk for French consul 



PiersonJ. D. cabinetmaker, 122 Broadway 
Pierson Joseph T. pressman, " Sun" office 
Pierce Wm. J. tinner, 75}^ Kearny 
Pierce S. H. book-keeper, 127 Sansome 
Pierce & Co. New England Bakery, 133 

Jackson 
Pierce Wm. baker, 133 Jackson 
Pierce Henry, baker, 133 Jackson 
Pierce L. baker, 133 Jackson 
Pierce C. H. printer, "Evening Journal" 
Pierce Joshua H. lithographer, 110 and 112 

Montgomery 
Pierce & Reed, grocers, 21 Sacramento 
Pierce Nelson, grocer, 21 Sacramento 
Pierce Wm. tinner, 22 Sacramento 
Pierce John, pattern maker, Union Iron 

AVorks 
Pierce Wm. F. foreman, 95 Pine 
Pierce & Reed, ship chauclery and stores, cor- 
ner Davis and Sacramento 
Pierce Nelson, ship chandlery and stores, cor- 
ner Davis and Sacramento 
Pierce Gen. Chas. agent at Winn's Fountain 

Head 
Pierce Harvey, boarding house, 72 Jackson, 

3d floor 
Pierce Edward, cook at Alden's Branch 
Pike J. saloon, Market, opposite Maine 
Pinckuey Richard, lumber yard, 97 and 99 

Broadway 
Pincus H. house broker, 129 California, h. 

Broadway, near Stockton 
Pindell James M. inspector, custom house 
Pine & Houghton, lumber merchants, Cali- 
fornia wharf, below junction of Market 
Pine S. R. lumber merchant, California 

wharf, boards Portsmouth House 
Pine H. S. clerk, California wharf, h. Green 
Pinehard L. h. 164 Washington 
Pinkus M. paper-box manutactbrer, 152^ 

Sacramento 
Pinkus Isaac, tailor, 86 Montgomery 
Pincaux J. Franco - American Restaurant, 

252 Dupont 
Pinkham B. F. boards Portsmouth House 
Pinkham J. C. boots and shoes, Jessie, near 

First 
Pinkham B. F. proprietor " Daily Evening 

News," 35 Commercial 
Pinschower J. clerk, 129 Jackson 
Pinner J. H. clothing, 64 Pacific 
Pioda Paul, h. cor. Filbert and Taylor 
Pioda Chas. h. cor. Filbert and Taylor 
Pioda L. h. cor. Filbert and Taylor 
Pioche, Bayuque & Co. bankers and commis- 
sion merchants, 134 Clay, 2d floor 
Piper Jerome B. meat shop, 34 First, corner 

Jessie 
Piper W. A. saloon, corner California and 

Drum 
Piper, Griffin <fe Co. importers of dry goods, 

153 Sansome, 2d floor 
Piper Geo. C. importer of dry goods, 153 
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Pique R. music teacher, h. Kearny, near 
Sutter 

Pirrie George, bakery, post office building, 
basement 

Pirrie A. bakery, post office building, basem't 

Pitcher John, firm of Hazen, Harlow & Co. 
corner Broadway and Sansome 

Pitt J. H. boat builder, junction California 
and Market 

Pixley Frank M. attorney, office Montgomery 
Block, h. W. .side Powell, between Pa- 
cific and Broadway 

Piza E. servant of Markwald, Caspari & Co. 

Place Thomas H., Robert Emmet House, 244 
Pacific 

Place Gilbert J. h 179 Stockton 

Plait John, moulder, Alta Foundry 

Plan Jacob, tinner, 282 Pupont 

Piatt Henry B. h. 233 Kearny 

Piatt G. K. attorney, Tallant & Wilde's 
building, 2d floor 

Piatt James, blacksmith, at Clapp <fe Farren's 

Piatt George, book-keeper, 58 Front 

Piatt Samuel, attorney, 5 Bolton & Barron's 
building, 2d floor, boards at Wilson's 
Exchange 

Piatt Hugh G. attorney, 5 Bolton & Barron's 
building, 2d floor 

Platshek E. clothing, 65 Commercial 

Platshek J. clothing, 71 Commercial 

Flannel , musician, Bella Union 

Plate A J. gunsmith, Leidsdorff, near Com- 
mercial 

Plate John, machinist, Alta Foundry 

Plater William, City Hall 

Plank P. machinist, Vulcan Iron Works 

Playter E. W. book-keeper, 33 and 35 Sac- 
ramento 

Plege H. grocer, S. W. corner Powell and 
Vallejo 

Plege Louis, grocer, S. W. corner Powell 
and Vallejo 

Plege Henry, Mechanics' Exchange, 225 
Kearny 

Plumer Chas. A. at Williams <fc Severance's 
soda factory 

Plumer Wm. L. clerk, 128 Montgomery, 
boards 48 Bush 

Plummer Chas. express wagons, h. Pine, near 
First Baptist Church 

Plummer, Mrs. J. 0. milliner, 60 Bush 

Plummer & Co. produce, Clay, bet. Front 
and Davis 

Plummer & Co. commission merchants, 63 
Washington 

Plummer J. A. commission merchant, 63 
Washington 

Plump R. grocer, cor. Kearny and California 

Plumb B. W. clerk, 148 Clay 

Plum & Herring, sign and ornamental paint- 
ers, 85 Davis, 2d floor 
Plum Geo. H. sign and ornamental painter, 

85 Davis, 2d floor 
Plum Charles M. upholsterer, 149 Montg'y 



Plum Chas. W proprietor of Phoenix House, 

Jackson, between Front and Davis 
Plume John V. firm of Burgoyne & Co. h. 

corner Stockton and Green 
Plunkett Thomas, porter house, Jackson, - 

near Front 
Plunkett P. W. boarding house, Battery, 

near Vallejo 
Pohlker J. H. boarding, cor. Jackson and 

Davis 
Poineer Wm.H butcher, 336 Dupont 
Poisal Thomas, 113 Battery 
Pole Thomas, grocer, 265 Powell 
Poland X. painter, 225 Stockton 
Poland Naham, clothing, 131 Sansome, h. 

225 Stockton 
Polhemus Chas. B. (Peruvian consul,) firm of 

Alsop i* Co. Ill and 113 California 
Pollard John L. mason, h. S. side Sacramen- 
to, 1 door below Buena Vista 
Pollard Chas P. apothecary, at S. Adams' 

drug store 
Pollard E. A. associate editor " Alta Cali- 
fornia" 
Pollard Mrs. G. S. (widow,) h. 159 Pine 
Pollard & Co. real estate and money brokers. 

Express buildings, Montgomery 
Pollard Aaron, real estate and money broker, 

Express buildings, Montgomery 
Pollack Leopold, leather goods, 117 Sac- 
ramento 
Pollack Joseph, leather goods, 117 Sacram'to 
Polack •). S. real estate agent, cor. Mont- 
gomery and Clay 
Pollock Edward, painter, Jessie, near First 
Pollock D. H. shoe store, 164 Clay 
Pommares J. M. & Co. merchants, 177 San. 
Pomeroy G. M. proprietor of Commercial 

Hotel, 45 Pacific 
romeroy G. W. at Commercial Hotel, 45 

Pacific 
Pomeroy Sheldon, carman, S. W. cor. San- 
some and Sacramento 
Pomeroy F. C. clerk, 135 Front 
Pond Rev. Wm. C. h. Greenwich, rear of 

Green wich-st. Church 
Pontacy R. grocer, corner Francisco and 

Dupont 
Pons & Enauld, book -binders, 24 Ohio 
Pons C. book-binder, 24 Ohio 
Ponten Wm. Elton, m. d. 121 California, h. 

9 Leidsdorff 
Pooler R. H. clerk, wharfinger's office, Broad- 
way wharf, h. corner Green and Powell 
Poor Benj. h. S. E. corner Pacific and Taylor 
Poor Waller S. at Flint, Peabody & Co.'s 
Poor Chas. cook, boards 147 Sansome 
Pool S. A. cabinet maker, 159 Sacramento 
Pool I. Lawrence, commission merchant, 166 

Sansome 
Pool Spencer, carman, h. Stevenson, between 

First and Ecker 
Pooley Edward, clerk at Smiley, Yerkes 
& Co.'s 



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Pope Lewis, butcher, corner Yallejo and 

Powell 
Pope Herman, butcher, corner Yallejo and 

Powell 
■Pope Geo. G. trader, h. E. side Mason, be- 
tween Broadway and Pacific 
Pope C. carman, h. Dupont, between Bush 

and Sutter 
Pope J. W. stage driver for Billon, Hedge 

& Co. 
Pope Stephen, engineer, 161 Montgomery 
Pope A. J. lumber merchant, corner Pine 
and Battery, h. Green, between Powell 
and Stockton 
Pope John P. 58 California, h. Mason, be- 
tween Pacific and Broadway 
Poppe Ernest, upholsterer, 214 Washington 
Poppe Charles, cigars, 56 Commercial 
Porter Charles, grocer, Stockton, 2 doors 

from Green 
Porter John T. carman, h. Third, between 

Melius and Howard 
Porter Capt. Wm. merchant, office Howard's 

building 
Porter J. J. carrier of " Sun" 
Porter D. M. mason, 76 Battery, 2d floor 
Porter J. C. jour, carpenter, Market, near 

First 
Porter W. P. blacksmith, Vulcan Iron W'ks 
Porter E. D. produce commission merchant, 

36 Clay 
Porter & Arnold, boarding house, 18 Sacra- 
mento, 2d floor 
Porter John B. J. bar-keeper, Jackson, be- 
tween Davis and Front 
Porter F. H. book-keeper. 35 Battery 
Porter Geo. S. ballast, office cor. Green and 

Batten- 
Porter Rufus K. post-office, h. Quincy 
Post G. B. & Co. general com. merchants, 

corner Green aDd Front 
Post G. B. general com. merchant, cor. Green 
and Front, h. Green, bet Kearny and 
Montgomery 
Post J. A. general com. merchant, cor. Green 
and Front, h. Green, bet. Kearny and 
Montgomery 
Post H. M. at G. B. Post's, cor. Green and 

Front, h. 28 Bush 
Poston Chas. D. clerk, custom house 
Potter Edgar W. machinist, boards at No. 

221 Sacramento 
Potter T. F. Jr. Fashion Livery Stables, 113 

and 115 Kearny 
Potter N. P. paper hanger, 128 Clay 
Potter Chas. firm of Stuutenburg, Lambert 

& Co. 115 Washington 
Potter N. A. agricultural hardware, 94 Bat- 
tery, h. cor. Montgomery & Green 
Potter Frank, teamster, h. Jessie, near Ecker 
Potter Geo. 0. merchant, boards at Oriental 

Hotel 
Potter J. C. weigher and measurer, custom 
house 



Pottier L.'dry goods, 137 Sacramento 

Pottorff Wm. El Dorada Sa!oon 

Potts Benj. F. builder, h. corner Montgomery 

and Union 
Potts, Benjamin & Co. auct. and com. mer. 

S. W. corner Sacramento and Battery 
Potts Izatus, auct and com. merchant, S. W. 

corner Sacramento and Battery 
Power M. J. produce. 27 Davis 
Powers Edward E. printer, "Cal. Chronicle" 

office, h. Washington place 
Powers J police officer, house Yallejo, near 

Sansome 
Powers James, saloon, 211 Montgomery 
Powers &■ Pierce, bakers, 4 Ohio 
Powers John, porter. 24 and 26 Battery 
Powers Lucius. Jr. clerk, corner California 

and Davis 
Powell F. G. boarding house. 57 Montgomery 
Powell Richard, porter, 127 Jackson 
Powellson Peter, carman. 148 Sansome, house 

Bash, near Stockton 
Powel on James, baker, 28 First 
Prage Martin, h. Filbert, betw'n Mason and 

Taylor 
Prag C. stcve dealer, 145 Sansome 
Pratt E. C. mason, h. corner of Stockton and 

California 
Pratt Chas. J. saloon, Brenham place 
Pratt Albert, carpenter, Washington Mills 
Pratt Henry H. moulder, Vulcan Iron W'ks 
I Pratt F. S. at G. B. Post's, cor. Front and 

Green, h. 28 Brush 
Pratt James, firm of Browu, Pratt & Tracy, 

attorneys, 6 and 7 Wells' building 
Prandangast Michael, tinner, 178 Wash'ton 
Prankerd John, boards at 26 Montgomery 
Praslow Abin, clothing, 49 Front, 2d floor 
Prather & Blake, St. Frauds Saloon, corner 

Dupont and Clay 
Prather J. G. St. Francis Saloon, corner of 

Dupont and Clay 
Pray James, porter, Tehama House 
Precht C. m. d. office 223 Dupont 
Precht George, liquor store, 110 Broadway 
Prescott C. J. carpenter, boards at Franklin 

House 
Prescott Chas. carpenter, boards at Franklin 

House 
Prescott A. K. billiard saloon. Phcenix block, 

2d floor 
Prescott John, nurse. U. S. Marine Hospital 
Preston Wm. H. liar-keeper, corner Clay and 

Montgomery, basement 
Preston 0. J. lumber merchant, Market, bet. 

Beale and Main. h. Post, bet. Stockton 

and Powell 
Preston G. H. shipping and commission, 11 

Sacramento, 2d floor 
Preast S. waterman, boards corner of Spring 

and Summer 
Prentice Edwin D. miller, h. 58 Broadway 
Prentice E. D. flour and grain, corner Wash- 
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Prentiss Wm. H. Blue Wing, 138 Montgr'y 
Priesto P. saddlery, 198 Kearny, basement 
Pii and .James S. carman, house Beale, near 

Folsop 
Prime Stephen T. clerk, Market-st. stores 
Priori Ileiiry. warehouseman, Flint's w 
Pritchard -Mrs. M. dress maker. 212 1 1 
Pritchard K. V. coffee stand, corner East and 

Jacksou 
Prichard Samuel H. com. buyer. 76 Battery, 

2d floor 
Prime Lieut. F. E.(U. S. Corps of Engineers.) 

118 Montgomery Block, 4th floor 
Prindle Lyman, miller, at Eclipse Miills 
Price Samuel & Co. com. merchants, No. 170 

Montgomi ry, 2d floor 
Price Leopold, clothing, 47 ^ Sacramento 
Price Charles, proprietor Rising State Hotel, 

Jackson, near Davis 
Prince Robert, clerk. 39 Commercial 
Provines R. R. Btndent-at-law, 98 Merchant 
Proll H. saddler, 114 Kearny 
Protta F. gunsmith, Leidsdorfj near Com. 
Provost Daniel R com. merchant, 72 and 74 

California, h. Harrison, Rincon Point 
Proeschold Chas. barber, 119 Sacramento, h. 

Davis, near Clay 
Pugh Eklward, hatter. 157 Commercial 
Purdv & Dimon, clothiers. 1 TC Clay 
Purdy J. B. clothier. 176 Clay 
Purdv E. H. clothier. 170 Clay 
Purdy Hon. Samuel, pres. Mountain Lake 

Water Company, No. 172 Montgomery. 

2d Boor 
Purdy -I. II. b lok-keeper, 32 and 34 Sacr'to 
Purdy Wilson, mason, boards at Bay State 

HOUS.' 

Purkitt J. II. inanuf. Warren's roofs, Xo. 35 
Battery 2 

Parse] Gyrus, wood yard. S. R. cor. Stockton 
and Vallejo 

Putnam J. P. lumber merchant, Market-st. 
wharf 

Putnam S. 0. h. Pacific, between Powell and 
Mason 

Putnam Mrs. Emily, (widow.) private board- 
ing house 7L Pacific, 2d floor 

Putnam Chas. A. A*, reporter for "California 
Chronicle." rooms 230 Clay 

Ql'aylk R. B. editor of the -Sun" 
Quantock Henry, cabinet maker. 105 Jackson, 

boards at Franklin Hotel 
Quereau & Johnson, shipping and commission 

merchants, 37 California 
Quereau Abr. shipping and com. merchant, 

37 California, h. cor. Kearny and Union 
Quirk Mrs. M: ry. coffee house, 124 B'dway 
Quirk Edw. J. contractor. 42 Sacramento 
Quirk E. J. proprietor Foundry House, cor. 

First and Mission 
Quimby Z. M. jeweler, 140 Sacramento 
Quimby Edwin S. book-keeper. 51 California 
Quigley C. hack driver, h. Belden 



Quinn John C. porter house, 14 Battery 
Quinn James C. porter house. 14 Battery 
Quinlan John, helper, Yulcan Iron "Works 

Rabbit Patrick H. laborer, h. Mason, near 

Greenwich 
Rabe Wm. attorney, office Rabe's building, 

Clay. h. cor Clay and Wetmore place 
Rabbe Frederick, laborer, 6 California 
Radowigh Thomas, liquors and fruit, corner 

Sacramento and Kearny 
Rafferty Hugh, plumber, 33 Leidsdorff 
Rafferty John L. laborer, h. Melius, near 

First 
Ragsdal Edward, room. 174 Clay. 2d floor 
Raimond R. E. shipping and commission 

merchant, 77 Davis 
Raichard J. carpenter, boards Chicago Hotel 
Rammelsberg A. furniture, 190 Washington 
Ramus Anton, jeweller. 159 Washington 
Ramsey Geo. L. at Taft A: Edwards' 
Ramers J. clothing. 123 Sacramento 
Ramsdell B. H. firm of Armstrong & Co. 231 

Kearny 
Bamanan Frederick O. book-keeper, 84 and 

86 Davis 
Ramsdell & Co. coal dealers, Jackson, near 

Last 
Ramsdell A. G. coal dealer, Jackson, near 

East 
Randall S. F. carpenter, h. Stockton, near 

Clay 
Randall Chas. paper hanger, h. 225 Stockton 
Randall C. W. dentist.' office 203 Clay, 2d 

floor 
Randall A, W. baker, at Jenny Lind Bakery 
Randall A. F. baker, at Jenny Liud Bakery 
Randall & Pendleton, lumber merchants, 14 

California 
Randall P. M. lumber merchant, 14 Califor- 
nia, h. Rincou point 
Randall James, clerk. 21 Sacramento 
Randall A. H. painter, 45 Battery 
Randall Aibert G. real estate dealer, notary 
public, and commissioner for Xew Hamp- 
shire, 100 Merchant, h. Green, between 
Dupont and Stockton 
Randel Xathaniel. turner Alta Foundry 
Randell F. M. 58 California 
Rauons Francis, carpenter, X. side Bush, 

one door above Dupont 
Ranlett W. H. architect of United States 
public buildings, 6 Folsom's iron build- 
ding, resides at Wilson's Exchange 
Ranlett Wm. H. architect, 67 Davis, 2d floor 
Randolph Lipman, wholesale wines and li- 
quors, corner Front and California 
Randolph B. Harrison, wholesale wines and 

liquors, corner Front and California 
Randolph Edmund, attorney, rooms Nos, 6 
and 7 Armory Hall, 2d floor, h, Lom- 
bard, 1 door from Dupont 
Rankin A* Co. commission merchants, 93 
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Rankin Ira P. commission merchant, 93 
Battery, h. 2 Battery 

Rankin Robert, attorney, 31 and 32 Mont- 
gomery Block, 3d floor 

Rankin Benjamin, conveyancer, 31 and 32 
Montgomery Block, 3d floor 

Rankin John, speculator, h. Webb, near 
California 

Ranney R. P. boarding house, Jessie, between 
First and Ecker 

Rand C E. produce commission merchant, 
30 Clay 

Rand L. comedian, San Francisco Theatre, 
h. Washington, near Stockton 

Ransom Leander, chief clerk U. S. Surveyor- 
General's office 

Ransom W. R. superintendent California 
Telegraph Company, 159 Clay 

Raphael L. tailor, 65 Kearny 

Raphael H. J. messenger at Adams & Co.'s 
Express, Stockton department 

Raphel M. cook, 81 Sansome 

Ragsdale E. B billiard saloon, 174 Clay, 2d 
floor, h. Stout's alley 

Rassette Jos. proprietor Rassette House, cor. 
Sansome and Bush 

Ratcliffe Robt. B. mason, Franklin Hotel 

Ratcliffe Samuel, groom, 56 Minna 

Rattray Matthew, Blue Ball House, corner 
Green and Sansome 

Rathbone A. H. solicitor for " Eve. Journal" 

Ratnip \Vm. steward, 89 Pacific 

Ratka Dr. 133 Pine. 2d floor 

Ranschert Geo. lamp factory, 35 Webb 

Ravesies F. P. merchandize broker, 129 San. 

Rawlings & Patterson, proprietors Irving 
House, Oregon 

Rawlings Thomas, proprietor Irving House, 
Oregon 

Rawsou S. S. clerk to U. S. Land Commis- 
sioners, 148 California 

Ray B. h. N. side Jones 

Ray Henry, baker, 202 Washington 

Ray John, laborer, h. 51 Vallejo 

Ray James H. merchant, 118)^ Sansome, 
boards Niantic 

Ray Wm. A. lumber merchant, corner Cali- 
fornia and Drum 

Ray Charles, American Theatre, h. 34 Webb 

Ray John K. hog ranch, Mission road 

Raynokls Samuel, mason, h. Berry 

Rayc Wm. Russell, clerk, Allen & Bloomer's 

Paynes John, h. Montgomery, between Val- 
lejo and Broadway 

Raynor Wm. clerk, corner California and 
Battery 

Raymond J. P. & Co. flour and produce, 65 
Washington 

Raymond William P. flour and produce, 65 
Washington 

Raymond Daniel T. warehouseman at C. 
Minturn's, Cunningham's wharf 

Reagan John, Tennessee Hotel, 179 Pacific 

Read V. B. Plaza Bakery, 202 Washington 



Read M. George, book-keeper at Palmer, 

Cooke & Co.'s 
Read, Weller & Champlin, attorneys, office 

Nagle's building, 2d floor 
Read N. C. attorney, office Nagle's building, 

2d floor 
Read Geo. J. clerk, 112 Sacramento 
Read Henry, grocer, 21 Sacramento 
Read B. H. & Co. commission merchants, 37 

Battery 
Read Henry, firm Pierce & Read, ship chand- 
lers, cor. Davis and Sacramento 
Reade Joseph, clerk at Briggs & Waters' 
Reay& Johnston, tin, copper and sheet iron 

workers, 41 Battery 
Reay Joseph W. tin, copper, and sheet iron 

worker, 41 Battery 

Reardon S. jour hatter, 140 Montgomery, h. 

Kearney, between Broadway and Pacific 

Rebello C. J. broker, 118 Sacramento, 2d floor 

Rebard Brothers, hat manufacturers, 143 

Sacramento 
Rector Wm. H. architect, Express buildings, 

2d floor 
Redington Wm. H. carman, h. N. side Val- 
lejo, between Powell and Mason 
Redington Gen. A. residence at Dr. Ober's 
Redington John H. firm of Story, Reding- 
ton & Co. cor. Sansome and Merchant 
Redding C. F. engineer, h. Greenwich, be- 
tween Mason and Taylor 
Redding Wm agent for Dillon, Hedge & Co. 
Redding J. W. clerk, 70 California 
Redding Wm. F. clerk, Pacific Coal Depot, 

Halleck, h. 81 Washington 
Redding J. painter, boards Alta Hotel 
Redmond John, trader, h. S. side Clay, above 

Powell 
Redmond J. D. stock broker, 106 Montgom- 
ery, 2d floor, h. cor. Sutter and Kearny 
Redman Augustus, attorney, 6 and 7 Mont- 
gomery "block, 2d floor, boards Wilson's 
Exchange 
Redman Wm. h. Jessie, 2 doors from Third 
Reed J. B. firm of Shaw, Cotting & Reed, 

1 Orleans Row 
Reed Henry R. & Co. commission merchants, 

92 Front, 2d floor 
Reed T. J. printer, " Cal. Chronicle" office, 

rooms 230 Clay 
Reed J. Sewall, at Macondray & Co.'s, h. 

106 Dupont 
Reed George at Macondray & Co.'s, h. 106 

Dupont 
Reed Samuel B. carpenter, h. 106 Dupont 
Reed Joel, blacksmith, h. Vallejo, near Mason 
Reed Mrs. E. J. (widow,) h. Brooklyn place 
Reed Wm. T. attorney, U. S. Court 
Reed A. H. fruit, 91 Commercial 
Reed Henry, at Adams & Co.'s Express 
Reed Nathan, porter, 51 Calilornia 
Reed W. C. flour and produce, 34 Clay 
Reed Geo. K. machinist. 100 Pine 
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Reed Jas. I. American Russian Company, 

cor. Battery and Pacific 
Rees B. clerk, 128 Montgomery 
Rees k Williams, clothing.71 Pacific 
i; ••_•- Win. A. clothing, 71 Pacific 
Reeve Win. B. k Co. grocers, 136 Kearny 
Reeve Win. B. grocer, 136 Kearny, h. 132 

Dupont 
Reeve G-. B. merchant, 129 Sausome 
Reeve Geo. F. importer aud dealer in dia- 
monds and watches. 153 Montgomery 
Reese David, 151 Commercial 
Reese Wm. S. deputy clerk supreme court, h. 

corner Turk and Taylor 
Reese Michael, merchant, 137 California. 2d 

floor 
Rego Mrs. Mary, millinery and dress making. 

17o Washington 
Regan J confectioner, 33 Montgomery 
Rejran Daniel O. h. Card alley 
Regensburger H. millinerv and faucy goods, 

149 Clay 
Regensburger H. h. corner Pine and Stockton 
Regensburger Dr. druggist. 140 Kearny, h. 

corner Pine and Stockton 
Reggio A. clerk, cor. California and Battery 
Rehnert E. W. blacksmith, 164 California 
Beinlein A. drcgirist and apothecary, corner 

Centre and Dolores, Mission Dolores 
Reinstein Lewis, clothing, 70 Sacramento 
Reinstein Wm. clothing, 70 Sacramento 
Reins John W. m. d. cor. Clay and Sansome 
Reinhardt William, h. corner of Mason and 

Broadway 
Reincke. com. merchant, 122 California 
Bgindorp P. -J. 97 Pine 
Reid Wm. B. clerk. 176 Montgomery 
Reid John S. sailmakcr. Jackson-st wharf 
Reilly Jas. produce dealer. 69 Clay, h. corner 

Green and fiiontgomery 
Relay I. H. manf. jewelry, 37 Mmtgornery 
Remmel J. saloon, 50 Sacramento 
Renault Charles, Europe Restaurant. Xo. 137 

Kearny 
Rennison Geo. miller, Excelsior Mills, Pine 
Requette Pascal, weigher and measurer, cus- 
tom house 
Rett C. sailor boarding house, 319 Dupont 
Reubens J. boarding house, 50 Commercial 
Revalk John, firm of Miller & Revalk, wines 

and liquors, corner of Clay and Front, 

basement 
Revalk J. h. corner Third and Howard 
Reynolds Wm. carpenter, h. Stockton, bet. 

Washington and Clay 
Reynolds Nicholas, collector for the "Sun" 
Reynolds 0. R. com. merchant, 201 Sansome 
Reynolds AVm. h. 189 Pine 
Reynolds C. O. boarding house, Melius, near 

First 
Reynolds & Co. general importers, 54 and 56 

Front, 2d floor 
Reynolds Lewis, general importer, 54 and 56 

Front, 2d floor 



' Revnolds Benj. builder, 8 Sacremento, house 

Cat alley 
Reynolds Nicholas, flour and produce, No. 79 

Davis 
Reynolds W. ship and custom house broker, 

151 Sacramento, h. 189 Pine 
Reynolds Patrick, groom, Flinfs wharf 
Reynolds Jos plate printer, 5 and 6 Armory 

Hall, 3d floor 
Key J. J firm of Britton ft Rev, lithograph- 
ers. 1 34 Montgomery. 3d floor 
Rhoades S. W. clerk, 85 Commercial 
Rhodes Col. E. A. h. Hardy place 
Richards John, boards S. side Vallejo.betw'n 

Powell and Stockton 
Richards T. G. clerk, h. corner Vallejo and 

Stockton 
Richards Chas. E. special police, h. S. side 

Vallejo, bet. Powell and Stockton 
Richards J. wood yard, 109 Kearny 
Richards Richard, tailor, at Brown k Keyes 
Richards Jas. R. book-keeper, corner Front 

and Clay 
Richards 0. S. book-keeper, corner of Davis 

and Washington 
Richards T. G. inspector, custom House 
■ Richards J. wood-yard, 101 Kearny 
Richardson Jesse, sailor boarding house, No. 

7 Broadway 
Richardson Wm. H., U. S. Market, boards at 

Oriental 
Richardson J. W. painter, 194 Kearny 
Richardson William H. boatman, at Goin & 

Kills' 
Richardson J. B. National Hotel, 76 Pacific 
Richardson Wm. clerk, 146 Battery 
Richardson L. D. book-keeper, at Clarendon 

Hotel 
Richardson Chas. boatman, h. Baldwin's row, 

X. Beach 
Richardson Samuel, feeder, at '"<Alta" office 
Richardson Benj. h. Everett, between Fourth 

and Fifth 
Richardson M. k Co. stalls 13 and 15 Pacific 

Market, h. cor. Trinity aud Pine 
Richardson M. stalls 13 and 15 Pacific Mar- 
ket, h. cor. Trinity and Pine 
Richardson F. D. at Wells, Fargo k Co's. 
Richardson L. waterman, boards cor. Spring 

and Summer 
Richardson Henry, justice of peace, 125 Cali- 
fornia, house Powell, between Pine and 

California 
Richardson Henry, attorney, office Howard's 

building 
Richardson S. S. baker, 133 Jackson 
Richardson «fc Morong, stall 10 New World 

Market 
Richardson Frank, stall 10 New World M'kt. 
Richardson Wm. stone cutter, corner Bush 

and Battery 
Richardson John, Oriental Hotel 
Rich Joseph, h. corner Bush and Munroe 
Rich Jacob, h. corner Trinity and Sutter 



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Rich Frederick, carpenter, 167 Jackson 
Rickter G. F. firm of Kellogg & Rickter, 

assayers, 106 Montgomery, basement 
Rickter T. B. M. printer "Daily Commercial 

Advertiser" office, 146 Montgomery 
Rice William P. grocer, corner Dupont and 

Clay 
Rice J. E. builder, office 29 and 31 Webb 
Rice James Jr. attorney, office Tallant. & 

Wilde's building, 2d floor 
Rice Jerome, auctioneer, at Hntton & Co's. 
Rice & Cremer, barbers, 46 Commercial 
Rice H barber, 46 Commercial 
Rice Jokn, cabinet maker, 157 Sacramento 
Rice C. F. carpenter, boards at 89 Pacific 
Rice Patrick H. barkeeper, 178 Battery 
Rice & Callan, saloon, 78 Davis 
Rice P. H. saloon, 78 Davis 
Rice & Creamer, barbers, Sansome, 1 door N. 

Wilson's Exchange 
Richwage Wm. hatter, 141 Kearny 
Richit N. F. grocer, N. W. corner Kearny 

and Pacific, h. Sutter, between Stockton 

and Powell 
Ricks Thos. ex-police officer, City Hall 
Richer Wm. contractor of mastic work, No. 

45 Battery 
Ricketson John, com. menchaut, 167 San- 
some, h. Montgomery, bet. Pacific and 

Broadway , 

Riddle J. L. & Co. com. merchants, corner of 

Sansome and Pine 
Riddle J. L. com. merchant,, corner Sansome 

and Pine, boards at Oriental 
Riddle Robert H. diamond setter, No. 139 

Montgomery 
Riddle John, boards at Niantic 
Riddell S. clerk, corner of Montgomery and 

Commercial 
Riddle John, inspector, custom house 
Riddell T. telegraph operator, Merchants' 

Exchange 
Ridgway Wm. P. boards at Niantic 
Ridgley Marcellus, clerk, corner of California 

and Davis 
Rider John W. inspector, custom house 
Riehn Chas. assayer, at Wass, Molitor & Co's. 
Rigby Geo. T. oyster stand, 143 Commercial 
Riggs & Co. cigars, Tehama House 
Riggs Jas. H. cigars. Tehama House, boards 

at Alden's Branch 
Riker H. H. Cataract Saloon, 72 Davis 
Riley Frank, nurse, S. M. Hospital 
Riley John, nurse, S. M. Hospital 
Riley Michael, painter, h. Filbert, bet. Kearny 

and Dupont 
Riley John, carman, boards at 196 Pacific 
Riley Patrick, teamster, boards at 196 Pacific 
Riley John H. laborer, boards at 196 Pacific 
Riley Bernard, carpenter, h. N. side Sutter, 

bet. Kearny and Dupont 
Riley Patrick, porter, 101 Battery 
Riley Patrick, porter, 160 Battery 
Riley C. C. apothecary, 3 Commercial 



Riley John, blacksmith, Alta Foundry 
Riley Geo. foreman, Sutter Iron Works 
Riley Jas. sail loft, 6 Sacramento, 2d floor 
Riley Jas. clerk, 104 Montgomery 
Riley John, porter, 111 and 113 California 
Riley Thos. hackman, 163 Sacramento 
Riley Patrick, porter, 3 Orleans Row 
Ring R. G. clerk, stall 15 New World Mar- 
ket, h. corner Jackson and Jones' alley 
Ringstrom P. R. clerk, 37 Battery 
Rinneberg H. tin and sheet iron, 60 Montg'ry 
Riofrey H. druggist, 221 Clay 
Rippen Wm. engineer, h. 14 St. Mary's 
Ripley M. J. carman, h. Stevenson, betweeu 

First and Ecker 
Rising David B. firm of G. Frank, Smith & 
Co. real estate agents, 92 Montgomery, 
2d floor 
Rising Richard, clerk, 71 Montgomery Block, 

3d floor 
Rising Franklin S. office Montgomery Block, 

h. corner Post and Dupont 
Risden J. N. foreman, 51 Jackson 
Ritter L. E. & Co. com. merchants, Jones 

alley, near Washington 
Ritter L. helper, Sutter Iron Works 
Ritchie, Osgood & Co. general commission, 

64 and 66 California 
Ritchie A. A. general commission, 64 and 66 

California 
Ritch Ithmar W. real estate agent, at Payne 
& Co's. cor. California and Montgomery 
Rivers Clara, danseuse, boards corner Union 

and Union place 
Rivers W. II. laborer, 44 Battery 
Rivers H. W. m. d. and surgeon, 136 Mont- 
gomery, room No. 7, 3d floor 
Rivers Mrs. Jane H. (widow,) h. Jessie, near 

Second 
Rivers Richard, speculator, house Jessie, near 

Second 
Rivers Frank, canvasser and compiler of '"San 
Francisco City Directory," 111 Mont- 
gomery, h. Green, N. side, 2 doors E. of 
Kearny 
Rix Alfred, justice of the peace, office corner 
Bush and Montgomery, h. Geary, 2 doors 
from Kearny 
Rix O. carpenter, Washington Mills 
Rixford E. A. engineer, Happy Valley Mills 
Roach John, laborer, Alta Foundry 
Roach Philip A. appraiser, h. Hardie place 
Roach John, cook, 89 Pacific 
Roake J. H. saloon, 104 Sansome 
Road A. clothing, 71 Commercial 
Roade J. W. cigars, 72 Davis 
Robinson Robert, clerk, 365 Stockton 
Robinson AVin. boarding house, 279 Dupont 
Robinson Chas. nailer, 164 California 
Robinson & Co. savings bank, 141 Montgom- 
ery, corner Clay 
Robinson J. R. banker. 141 Montgomery, 

corner Clay, h. 245 Powell 
Robinson John, 172 Clay 



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Robinson E. R. Union Hotel 

Robinson's paint?, oils, &c. 2 iron building, 

opposite Tehama House 
Robinson Joseph, paints, oils, <fec. 2 iron b'dg, 

opposite Tehama House, h. corner Bush 

and Powell 
Robinson James, paints, oils, <fcc. 2 iron b'dg, 

opposite Tehama House, h. corner Bush 

and Powell 
Robinson & Kendall, house and sign painters, 

112 Clay 
Robinson Thomas, house and sign painter, 

112 Clay, h. Washington, bet. Stockton 

and Powell 
Robinson N. W. at Adams & Go's. Express 
Robinson A. turner, at Ellis & Stetson's 
Robinson J. C. carpenter, at Hutton & Co's. 
Robinson D. G. comedian, h. Calhoun, bet. 

Union and Green 
Robinson Jas. H. clerk, 172 Montgomery, h. 

Broadway, near Mason 
Robinson R. clerk, 131 Sansome 
Robinson "William, painter. Stevenson, near 

First 
Robinson J. helper, Vulcan Iron Works 
Robinson George, carpenter, No. 30 Davis. 

2d floor 
Robinson Wm painter, 100 California, house 

corner Bush and Powell 
Robinson Richard P. police officer, City Hall 
Robinson Wm. butcher. 158 Sansome 
Robinson John, cook, U. S. Marine Hospital 
Robison D. W. & W. D. fruit, 44 Commerc'l. 

h. Minna 
Robbins John, stage, carpenter, American 

Theatre 
Robbins John, boards Pacific, betw'n Powell 

and Stockton 
Robbins L. S bar-keeper, 194 Washington 
Robbins Chas. F. printer, 132 Clay, h. corner 

Post and Montgomery 
Robbins Chas. machinist, Vulcan Iron W'ks 
Robins T. G. hackman. at Pat. Hunt's stables 
Robins Alex, blacksmith, 94 Pine 
Robertsou Alexander, grocer, corner of Bush 

and Dupont 
Robertson John, paper hanger, boards corner 

Union and Union place 
Robertson J. liquors, 73 Bush 
Robertson Misses J. & A. milliners, 144 1 .< 

Sacramento 
Robertson AVm. sea captain, h. Charles place 
Robertson J. H. & R. L. coal dealers, 62 Clay, 

h. Vallejo, bet, Powell and Stockton 
Robertson Frank E. clerk, 62 Clay 
Robertson W. H. clerk, Flint's wharf 
Robinett John, plumber, 18 Leidsdorff 
Robb Thos. P. boards at Wilson's Exchange 
Robb S. wood turner, 137 Pine 
Robie L. H. boards at Portsmouth House 
Robie Levi, clerk, corner of Leidsdorff and 

Sacramento 
Roberts S blacksmith, Bush, near Battery, h. 

Stevenson 



Roberts X. M. at Hastier, Baines & Co's. 
Roberts Jas. B. <fc Co. boots and shoes, No. 

70 Battery 
Roberts Jas. B. boots and shoes, 70 Battery, 

h. Tavlor, near Pacific 
Roberts C. W. grocer. 129 Front 
Roberts J. M. carpenter, boards at Xo. 129}^ 

Jackson 
Roberts J. com. merchant, 68 Sacramento 
Roberts Samuel, blacksmith, h. Stevenson, 

near Second 
Roberts John T. boarding house, Market, 

near Main 
Roberts Wm. painter, 28 California 
Roberts •' . M. & Co. produce. Clay, between 

Dram and East 
Roberta 6. M. & Co. saloon, Clay-st. wharf 
Roberts Martin li. wharfinger, Pacific wharf 
Roberts R. J. contractor, h. Broadway, bet. 

Dupont and Stockton 
Robberta Daniel S. h. 1">0 Mission 
Roche Thomas, Ball Court Saloon, Jackson 
Roche John H. speculator, house California, 

above Powell 
Rochat Henry, bar-keeper, Pacific Club 

Rooms 
Rockwell W. M. hardware, cor. Montgomery 

and Merchant 
Roding Frederick, com. merch't, 138 Jackson 
Rodgers Robert, merchant, 143 Clay 
Rodolf A" Johnson, boarding house, Vallejo, 

near Front 
Roe Chas. C. Clipper Saloon, 1 Union Hotel, 

basement 
Roe 'J'. S. bar-keeper, Clipper Saloon, 1 Union 

Hotel, basement 
Roever Carl, clerk, at Egs;ers & Co's. 
Roesing E. L. clerk, 35 Sacramento 
Roff A. B. firm Suvdam & Roff, 91 Batterv, 

h..42 Pacific 
Rogers Wm. sea captain, h X. W. corner of 

Kearny and Union 
Rogers Thos. pilot, h. N. W. corner Kearny 

and Union 
Rogers H. P. firm of Howe & Co. grocers, h. 

Buena Vista 
Rogers & Shattuck, stalls 14 and 16 Pacific 

Market 
Rogers CD. stalls 14 and 16 Pacific Market, 

h. Buena Vista 
Rogers Patrick, bar-keeper, 176};,' Clay 
Rogers T. D. attorney, office Xagle's building 
Rogers Robert Clay, attorney, office 3 Bolton 

& BaiTon's building 
Rogers James S. book-keeper, 160 and 162 

Battery 
Rogers & Fullerton, com. merchants, Xo. 74 

California, 2d floor 
Rogers Jacob, Jr. bar-keeper, corner Jackson 

and East 
Rogers & Bean, builders, 196 Sansome 
Rogers X. B. builder, 196 Sansome 
Rogers Robert C. attorney, 102 Merchant, 2d 

floor, h. corner Dupont and Lombard 



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Rogers S. carman, h. Melius, near Third 
Roggenburger & Co. importers, 74 Calif ni a 
Roggenburger M. importer, 74 California, h. 

373 Powell 
Rogan J. B. com. merchant, 35 Commercial 
Rohr John, saloon, 130 Commercial 
Rohrs F. E. butcher, 100 Broadway 
Rohtbar H. H. cigars, 199 Washington 
Roison J. French bakery, S. W. cor. Green 

and Powell 
Rolfe Asa T. lumber yard, north side Pacific, 

above Stockton 



Ross John, porter, at Eugene Kelley & Go's. 

Ross Wm. G. painter, 106 Jackson 

Ross 1 ). L. & Co. com. and shipping merch'ts, 

113 Battery 
Ross Daniel L. com. and shipping merchant, 

113 Battery, h. Sacram 'to, near Stockton 
Ross Wm. laborer, h. Green, bet. Sansome 

and Montgomery 
Ross D. L. B Franklin House 
Ross James, liquors, 175 Sansome, h. corner 

Green and Montgomery 
Ross Thomas, laborer, boards 129J.< Jackson 



Roloff John, ship carpenter, h. Green, bet'wn j Ross Geo. painter, at J. W. Denny's 



Dupont and Stockton 
Rollings John A. clerk, 131 Montgomery 
Rollins Wm sawyer, Alta Foundry 
Rollinson & Co. com. merchants, 3 Maynard's 

Row 
Rollinson Joseph R. com. merchant, 3 May- 

nard's Row, h. corner Clay and Powell 
Rollinson Rev. Wm. pastor Second Baptist 

Church, h. 30 Melius 
Roland Mrs E. M. (widow.) h. Union, bet. 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Romer J . L. Lafayette Brewery, south side of 

Green, above Powell 



Ross Edward, moulder, Union Iron Works 
Ross Thomas, sheet iron worker, Urnon Iron 

Works 
Ross Daniel, carpenter, 39 Davis, 2d floor 
Ross Wm. G. port warden, corner Drum and 

Clay, 2d floor 
Ross James, laborer, G2 Clay 
Ross Wm. steward, at G. W. Chapin's 
Rosenburg Joseph, cigars. 157 1 ., Kearny 
Rosenbaum A. S. tobacco and cigars, No. 

87 Clay 
Rosenfeld Julius, merchant, 96 Merchant 
Rosset & Co. painters, 64 Kearny 



Romcr & O'Brien, ship chandlers, 13 Sacr'to I Rosenthal S. importer dry goods, corner Com 
Romer Wm. J. ship chandler, 13 Sacramento , mercial and Kearny 



Romero A. J. daguerrean, 130 Commercial 

2d floor 
Romar Frank, bar-keeper, 188 Front 
Roncati F. crockery, 191 Pacific 
Roney Wm. Jr. 17 California 



Rosenthal & Co. faucy and dry goods, No. 

173 Clay 
Rossey Wm. laborer, S. E. corner Stockton 

and Yallejo 
Rosa Salvator, music store, 180 Clay 
Rooney Capt. Matthew, superintendent of | Rosenstock M . 89 Clay, 2d floor 

store ship John Brewster, opposite Cali- Rosentstock S. clothing, No. 132 California, 
forma wharf 3d floor 

Ross Adolphus, clerk, h. N. W. cor. Stockton Rosenstock M. merch't, over Hutton & Co's. 



and Filbert 
Root Addison, printer, 151 Clay 
Root J. stoves, tin and sheet iron, No. 160 

Battery 
Root Chas. O. clerk, junction California and 

Market 
Ropke Edw. clerk, N. W. corner of Stockton 

and Jackson 
Roper & Garagen, clothing. 59 Commercial 
Roper Daniel, clothing, 59 Commercial 
Rose David, carpenter, 116 Broadway 
Rose G. H. m. d. office Qaincy 



Merchant 
Rosenstock J. merchant, over Hutton & Co's. 

Merchant 
Rossiter Jas. carpenter, h. Clementine, bet. 

Anthony & Ecker 
Rosseter Geo. R. clerk. 163 Montgomery, 2d 

floor, h Filbert, near Montgomery 
Rothchild S. clothing, 251 Dupont 
Rothchild J. A. clothing, 251 Dup<3nt 
Rotpwske Henry, tailor, 159 Washington 
Rothan, Reinstein & Brother, clothing, No. 

70 Sacramento 



Rose Julius K. attorney, office Howard's b'dg | Rothan Joseph, clothing. 70 Sacramento 



Rose Chas. A. pressman, 159 Montgomery 
Rose & Brown, brokers and gen'l commission, 

52 California, 2d floor 
Rose J. A. broker and general commission, 

52 California, 2d floor 
Rose Henry, cooper, 100 Pine 
Ross Thos. boiler maker, 51 Jackson 
Ross Thomas, boarding house, Jackson, near 

Davis 
Ross Richard, Bella Union 
Ross Samuel F. carriage maker, h. cor. Bush 

and Kearny 
Ross David, Pioneer Rrewery, Jessie, near 

Jane 



Routiner F. manf. jewelry, 175 Commercial 
Rountree J. O. exchange and banking, 31 

Commercial 
Roundtree D. F. clerk, 108 Front 
Rousset, Anger & Co. commission merchants, 

122 California 
Roushey Simeon, printer, " Cal. Courier" 
Roux M. Mexican store, 190 Clay 
Rounds Samuel H. wheelwright, h. 22 First 
Rourke Bernard, printer, " Ledger" office, 

148 Clay 
Rover W. H. bar-keeper, 200 Washington 
Rowland R. E. clerk, cor. Kearny and Jack. 
Rowen Thos. laborer, boards 196 Pacific 



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Rowell Wm. W. boots and shoes, 34 Com- 
mercial 
Rowell J. it. d. office 132 Kearny 
Rowe G. F. cabinet maker, 194 Kearny 
Rowe Albert, ship carpenter, boards Melius, 

near First 
Rowe Rufus, Long- Wharf Market, 9 Com- 
mercial 
Royal B. h. Sutter, near Dupont 
Rubinstein Morris, clerk. 66 Commercial 
Rude T. G. mason, h. St. Mary's 
Rudesdale M. merchant, 47 Sansome, 2d floor 
Ruggles J. W. importer of pantaloons, corner 
Sacramento and Leidsdorff, h. corner 
California and Joyce 
Ruje A. porter at B. Davidson's bank 
Rumpf J. C. butcher, corner Dupout and 

Vallejo 
Runkel M. gunsmith, 203 Washington 
Rundcll Wm. M. entry clerk, naval office, 

custom house 
Runge k Bomhoff, proprietors Kossuth 

House, 90 Pacific 
Runge Henry, Kossuth House, 90 Pacific 
Russell Thomas, buihier, h. 287 Pacific 
Russell Mrs. Ann, (widow,) h. X. side Green, 

between Kearny and Dupont 
Russell Wm. painter at Allen k Bloomer's 
Russell Wm. H. attorney, office 91 Merchant 
Russell Chauncey, at Adams k Co.'s Express 
Russell Geo. T. printer, '• Sun" office 
Russell Robert, laborer, boards 20 Ohio 
Based] IT. W. machinist, Vulcan Iron Works 
Russell Frederick W. cook. Winthrop House 
Russell H. A. ex-police officer, City Hull 
Russell & Winants, attorneys, 91 Merchant 
Russell Win. H. attorney, 91 Merchant 
Russell A. 0. editor and proprietor " Even- 
ing Picayune," 123 Sacramento 
Basse! Andrew, machinist. Union Iron W'ks 
Rust Wm. E. inspector, custom house 
Rusk (reo. firm of Ensign k Rusk, 82 Pacific 
Rutland Samuel, attorney, boards 29 Leids'rT 
Rutherford Thos. L. clerk, corner California 

and Front, 2d floor 
Ruthardt Julius, clerk. 223 Dupont 
Rutte <fe Co. importers of Swiss and French 

goods, Clay, near Front 
Rutte Th. de, Swiss consul, Clay, near Front 
Rutterman John, tinner, 160 Battery 
Ruttcr Williain, boots and shoes, 128 Clay, 

basement 
Ryan Dennis, laborer, h. cor. Dupont and 

Sutter 
Ryan James, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
Ryan Daniel, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
Ryan James, steward, Portsmouth House 
Ryan C. saloon, Jessie, near Jane 
Ryan Richard F. attorney, office Montgom- 
ery Block 
Ryan Lawrence, deputy sheriff. City Hall 
Ryan Wm. engineer, City Hall 
Ryan John, carman, 64 Battery 
Ryan Thomas, laborer, boards 13 Ohio 



Ryan Michael, porter, 182 Montgomery 

Ryan Michael, laborer, h. Stevenson, near 
Second 

Ryan. Duff k Co. lumber merchants, corner 
Mission and Stewart 

Ryan Jas. T. lumber merchant, corner Mis- 
sion and Stewart 

Ryan k Co. commission merchants, 82 Front 

Ryan J. D. commission merchant, 82 Front 

Ryan P. commission merchant, 82 Front 

Ryan J. C. painter. X. E. corner Sansome 
and Washington 

Ryan <Sr Gunnison, attorneys, P. O. Ex- 
change, 2d floor 

Ryan R. F. attorney, P. O. Exchange, 2d 
floor 

Rvcman G. W. flour inspector, 34 Clav, h. 
209 Stockton 

Rycman Wm. S. deputy flour inspector, 34 
Clay 

Ryder John, mason, boards 147 Sansome 

Ryder Geo. W. wood and cool yard, Wash- 
ington, corner of Stone 

Ryberg C. G. boatman, at Goin k Ellis', 
Front 

Ryon F. mason, boards 147 Sansome 

S.vniNS A. carman, h. Minna 

Sabins E. carman, h. Minna 

Sal pins A. C. carman, 150 Sansome 

Sabatie k Co. French importers, corner 
Commercial and Leidsdorff 

Sabatie A. E. French importer, corner Com- 
mercial and Leidsdorfr 

Sabatie E. P. French importer, corner Com- 
mercial and Leidsdorff 

Sabatie P. G. French importer, corner Com- 
mercial and Liedrdorff 

Sabel John, carpenter, h. corner Sansome and 
California 

Saben Arnold B. carman, 39 California 

Sachs L. k M. importers and jobbers, 94 
Sacramento 

Sachs & Beringer, jewellers. 214 Kearny 

Sachs Robt. jeweller, 214 Kearny 

Saffarans Mrs. Josephine, h. 208 Stockton 

Sagnor A. coach maker, 39 Webb 

Sage & Smith, commission merchants, 41 
California. 2d floor 

Sage Edward, commission merchant, 41 Cali- 
fornia. 2d floor, h. cor. Chestnut and 
Stockton 

Sage Lewis P. clerk at Shaw k Hale*s, h. 
248 Clay 

Salmon John, laborer, h. corner Jane and 
Minna 

Salvador Joseph, 
First 

Samson Chas. h. Powell, between Broadway 
and Vallejo 

Samson A. B. manf. jeweller, 156 California 

Samnelson S. carman, h. Greenwich, between 
Dupont and Stockton 

Sammis Edward, Mason, h. 30 Minna 



caulker, h. Melius, near 



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Samus Edward, mason, h. Union, between 

Kearny and Dupont 
Samuels David, dry goods, 201 Kearny 
Sampson A. H. clerk, 147 Montgomery 
Sampson Charles E. Opposition Line Pilots, 

cor. Jackson and East, 2d floor 
Sampson W. A. merchant, at Golden Gate 

Flouring Mills, h. 129 Dupont 
Sampson F. W. clerk at Page & Webster's 
Saujurjo & Co. merchants, 171 Sansome 
Sanjurjo Francisco, merchant, 171 Sansome 
Sanders Lewis, jr. inspector, custom house 
Sanders & Brenham, bankers, 129 Montg'y 
Sanders B. C. banker, 129 Montgomery 
Sanders P. B. teller, 129 Montgomery 
Sanders & Parker, attorneys, 98 Merchant 
Sanders G. J. Hubert, attorney, 98 Merchant, 

h. corner Dupont and Lombard 
Sanders Thos. helper Union Iron Works 
Sanderson John, laborer, Alta Foundry 
Sanderson C. boarding house, 1 Battery 
San Francisco Iron Works, 164 California 
San Francisco Manufacturing Company, 172 

Montgomery 
San Francisco Novelty Works, 116 Front 
Saniter H. clerk, 137 Montgomery 
Sanford James, attorney, office 11 Wells' 

building 
Sanford F. C. commission merchant, 35 Pine 
Sanford J. L., Saucilito Laundry, cor. Wash- 
ington and Drum 
Sang David, bar-keeper, Clementine, near 

Ecker 
Sank Chas. tailor, at James Ardles' 
Sanborn John, carpenter, h. Beale, near 

Folsom 
Sandy Geo. H. printer, " Times and Tran- 
script office 
Sands T. B. clerk, 129*0 Jackson 
Sarsfield Thomas, door-keeper, Metropolitan 

Theatre 
Sarles M. A. real estate and money broker, 

174 Montgomery 
Saroni, Archer & Co. hats and furnishing 

goods, 179 Clay 
Saroni Chas. S. hats and furnishing goods, 

179 Clay, h. Pacific, near Stockton 
Sarpy 0. stalls 17, 18 and 19 United States 

Market 
Sargent John, 32 Battery 
Sargent F. L. reporter for " Times and Tran- 
script" 
Satterlee, Wm. wagon maker, 80 Kearny, h. 

corner Turk and Taylor 
Satterlee John, judge supreme court, City Hall 
Sather Peder, banker, corner Montgomery 

and Commercial 
Satrustegui J. M. de, consul for Spain and 

Parma, 159 Battery 
Sattuck Joseph, carman, 65 Washington 
Saulmann Augustus I. Merchant, near Mont- 
gomery 
Saulnier A. h. Taylor, between Lombard and 
Chestnut 



Saulnier P. h. Taylor, between Lombard and 

Chestnut 
Saulnier J. importer, 95 Merchant, h. corner 

Sansome and Pacific 
Saunders J. H. attorney, office 127 Mont- 
gomery, 2d floor 
Saunders Mrs. Mary, proprietress of Win- 

throp House, 57 Jackson 
Saunders C. R. attorney, 13 and 14 Mont- 
gomery Block, h. corner Powell and 

Washington 
Saulsbury E. J. police officer, City Hall 
Savage Moses, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
Savage J. A. carman, h. corner Jane and 

Minna 
Savage Whittey, carman, cor. Sacramento 

and Front 
Savage Richard, grocer, 148 Sansome 
Savage R. proprietor^ Central Hotel, 229 

Clay 
Sawyer E. A. carpenter, h. Prospect place 
Sawyer J. R. saloon, 243 Pacific 
Sawyer L F. waterman, boards corner Spring 

and Summer 
Sawyer Wm. B. paints, oils, &c. 105 and 107 

Clay, boards Wilson's Exchange 
Sawyer L. Pioneer Livery Stables, 160 Cali- 
fornia, h. Presidio road 
Sawyer, Johnson & Harvey, paints, oils, <fec. 

105 and 107 Clay 
Sawyer, Johnson & Pixley, attorneys, office 

5 Montgomery Block 
Sawyer Lorenzo, att'y, office 5 Montgomery 

Block 
Sawyer Otis V. hardware and leather, 127 

Sansome 
Sawyer Simeon, saloon, 44 Commercial 
Sawyer Lodwick L. Market-st. Storehouse, 

between Davis and Front 
Sawyer James, carpenter, 39 Davis, 2d floor 
Sawyer Albert F. m. d. house and office 52 

Montgomery 
Sawyer F. A. clerk, custom house 
Sawyer & Co. dairymen, Spring Valley, Pre- 
sidio road 
Sawtelle A. D. clerk, 65 California 
Sayward John H. Pilot Livery Stables, 70 

Kearny 
Sayles J. stalls 2 and 4 Pacific Market 
Sayer & Smith, dealers in hardware, corner 

Pine and Sansome 
Sayer Thomas, dealer in hardware, corner 

Pine and Sansome 
Sayer Pidward, grocer, Fremont 
Scaefer G. P. Globe Hotel, 243 and 245 

Dupont 
Scannell Capt. David, deputy sheriff, City 

Hall 
Scarpa Geo. Mission Coffee House, Mission 

Dolores 
Sceva G. W. boards Franklin Hotel 
Schmit Mrs. Maria P. (widow,) h. 189 Pine 
Schamacher A. boots and shoes, 163 Wash. 
Schmitz Joseph L. musician, h. 195 Pine 



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Schmitz Christopher, musician, h. 195 Pine 
Schad & Schwerin, fancy bakery, 179 Wash. 
Schad Wm. baker, 179 Washington 
Schwortz L. pedler, 259 Dupont 
Schwerin Henry, baker, 179 Washington 
Schwerin W. clothing, 185 Washington 
Schroeder F. H. police officer, City Hall 
Schroeder Mrs. Sarah A. (widow,) h. 250 

Clay 
Schroder Lewis, saloon, 229 Pacific 
Schroder Henry & Co. commission merchants, 

128 Washington, h. Mason, near Glay 
Schroder & Meyer, saloon, 179 Eront 
Schroder L. saloon, 179 Front 
Schroder A. Mission Coffee House, Mission 

Dolores 
Scholl Lewis, butcher, 219 Pacific 
Scholl & Freeh, Washington Brewery, Val- 

lejo, between Powell and Mason 
Schuepel Cezar, clerk, 141 Clay 
Schaeffer F. 13. clerk, custom house, rooms 

Mansion House 
Schaffer George, Public Bakery, 234 Jackson 
Schaffer Chas. H. h. Green, between Kearny 

and Dupont 
Schaffer Chas. clerk, 128 Commercial 
Schafer John, bar-keeper, 133 Sansome 
Schafer John F. furniture, 131 California, h. 

7 Bush 
Schultz C. actor, h. St. Charles, between 

Kearny and Montgomery 
Schmidt Nicholas, dyer, h. 358 Stockton 
Schmidt Adolphus H. dyer, h. 358 Stockton 
Schmidt J. liquor store, 218 Jackson, h. Fil- 
bert, 4 doors above Powell 
Schmidt J. upholsterer, 210 Clay 
Schmidt & Hadlcr, fruit, 188 Glay 
Schmidt J. A. fruit, 188 Clay 
Schmidt W. shoemaker. 178'., Clay 
Schmidt Mrs. h. 189 Pine 
Schleiden W. ship and custom house broker, 

cor. Sacramento and Sausome 
Schleiden W. general library, Sacramento, 1 

door below Montgomery 
Schwiren A. dry goods, 199 Kearney 
Schermerhorn John, Harney's Exchange, 

Brenham place. 
Scholfield Nathan, civil engineer and survey- 
or, 102 Merchant 
Scholfield John P. copying clerk at Alsop 

& Co.'s, 111 and 113 California 
Scholfield Chas. 137 Montgomery 
Schie Lewis, h. 118 Dupont 
Schulte J. G. W. grocer, corner Bush and 

Dupont 
Schulte J. H. grocer, cor. Bush and Dupont 
Schulte & Osmer, saloon, Market-st. wharf ; 

and Continental Saloon, 2 Clay 
Schulte J. G. W. saloon, Market-st. wharf; 

and Continental Saloon, 2 Clay ; house 

corner Bush and Dupont 
Scheper & Van Bergen, importers of wines 

and liquors, 138 Washington 
Schenck C. S. stall 8 New World Market 



Scheper Aldrich, importer of wines and li- 
quors, 138 Washington 

Scheper C. & Co. grocers, corner Sutter and 
Montgomery 

Schenck H. veterinary surgeon, 19 Battery 

Schulz F. cigars, 133 Commercial 

Schultze Julius, firm of Leppien, Schultze & 
Co. 128 California 

Schmolz & Knus, mathematical and nautical 
instrument makers, 119 Montgomery 

Schmolz Wm. mathematical and nautical in- 
strument maker, 119 Montgomery 

Schmolz A. dry goods, 124 Kearny 

Schuth John, mechanic, h. cor. Taylor and 
First 

Schuth John W. commission merchant, 67 
California, 2d floor 

Schell Alexander M. deputy clerk, United 
States Court 

Schoyer R. & Co. auctioneers, 92 Jackson, h. 
Gustavus, between Sacramento and Cali- 
fornia 

Schoulank Julius, clerk, 159 Jackson 

Schulg S. tailor, h. Kearny, near Green 

Schander J. H. pilot, h. Calhoun, between 
Union and Green 

Schoonmaker E. P. clerk, 57 Front, 2d floor, 
h. 128 Broadway 

Schloss Brothers, importers clothing and dry 
goods, 122 Montgomery 

Schloss F. importer clothing and dry goods, 
122 Montgomery 

Schloss Philip, importer of clothing and dry 
goods, 122 Montgomery, h. Stockton, 
between Green and Union 

Schetter Frederick, clerk, corner Pine and 
Davis 

Schachtn & Craft, boarding house, Jackson, 
below Davis 

Schulthcss J. F. 4 Sansome, 2d floor 

Schroobeda John B. laborer, appraiser's of- 
fice, house Dupont, near Clay 

Schbirg Wm. boarding house, 64 Commercial 

Schimper H. & Co. storage and commission 
merchants, 47 Battery, near California 

Schaehten A. & G. Kraft, proprietors San 
Francisco Bay House, Jackson 

Schwabe H. M. & Co. importers, 50 Front, 
2d floor 

Scooffy & Kelsey, real estate auctioneers, 146 
Montgomery 

Scooffy P. M. real estate auctioneer, 146 
Montgomery 

Scoville Oliver, h. Green, between Sansome 
and Montgomery 

Scovel Mrs. Catharine, private boarding 
house, Pine, near Kearny 

Scovel C. P. book-keeper, 95 Front 

Scovern J. G. express wagons, Sansome, be- 
tween Pacific and Broadway 

Scott Solomon, clerk, custom house 

Scott Chas. G. h. 33 Powell 

Scott George, Walter Scott House, 53 Mont- 
gomery 



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Scott R. C. 151 Commercial 
Scott N. B. bar-keeper, El Dorado 
Scott James W. printer, Commercial job 
printing office, boards Washington, near 
Stockton 
Scott A. G. at Cross & Co.'s 
Scott Matthew, merchant, 125)^ Sansome 
Scott John, tinner, 58 and 60 Sacramento 
Scott Thos. machinist, Alta Foundry 
Scott Capt. A. F. shipping master and ship 

broker, 10 Sacramento 
Scott John, liquors, 61 Davis 
Scott Edward, bar-keeper, corner Clay and 

Drum 
Scott Ann, private boarding, corner Bush 

and Montgomery 
Scott Thos. engineer, h. 31 Sansome, 2d floor 
Scotchln Joseph B. clerk, corner Battery and 

Halleck 
Scouler James, cabinet maker, 127 Kearny 
Scofield Edward H. grocer, 210 Kearny and 

183 Jackson, h. 181 Jackson 
Scofield Mrs. E. H. milliner, 181 Jackson 
Scriber .Philip, Jr. 179 Jackson 
Scriber C. manf. furniture and bedding, 179 

Jacksoa 
Scriber Philip, Sr. 179 Jackson 
Scriber Jacob, mattress maker, 261 Dupont 
Scriber Lewis, mattress maker, 261 Dupont 
Scribuer & Clark, Fells Point Market, 80 

Pacific 
Scribner G. W. Fells Point Market, 80 Pa- 
cific, h. cor. Hinckle and Kearny 
Scranton C. E. clerk, 204 Clay 
Scranton J. H. steamboat agent, Clay-street 

wharf 
Screminger Robt. clerk, 135 Sacramento 
Scudder Geo. M. 165 Sansome, corner Gold 
Scully John, book-keeper, 134 Clay 
Sears John F. res. 183 Dupont 
Sears Clark A. clerk, 136 Pine 
Searle Wm. butcher, City Market, 150 Cal. 
Searle & Wynn, com. mer. 147 Battery 
Searle John, Portuguese consul, 147 Battery 
Seaburg Padan G. trader, h. Montgomery, 

near Broadway 
Seaman Nelson, miller, boards 147 Sansome 
Seaman F. C. clerk, 6 Sacramento 
Seaman Edw. merchant, corner Montgomery 

and Bush, 2d floor 
Seaman Victor, importer, 1 Lombard, North 

Beach 
Sedgley John, carpenter, Flint's wharf 
Beger George, firm of Hutton & Co. h. Mis- 
sion Dolores 
Seguine Bront, City Marshal, 4 City Hall 
Seiring E. H. fancy store, 204 Clay 
Sejassie Edward, clerk, 154 Kearny 
Selling B. Saloon, 229 Dupont 
Selling J. importer and jobber, 94 Sacra- 
mento, 2d floor 
Sellock N. mason, boards at G. W. Chapin's 
Selleck Silas, daguerrean artist, 142 Mont- 
gomery, 2d floor 



Selig Mores, butcher, h. corner Trinity and 

Bush 
Selig & Bros. G. dry goods, 86 Cailfornia 
Seligmau & Co. J. general importers, 107 

California 
Seligman Henry, general importer, 107 Ca- 
lifornia 
Selover & Sinton, real estate auctioneers, 110 

Montgomery 
Selover A. A. real estate auctioneer, 110 

Montgomery, h. 88 Broadway 
Selover A. A. store keeper, custom house 
Selkirk James, helper, Union Iron Works 
Selby Thos. H. & Co. importers of metals, 42 

and 44 California 
Selby Thos. H. importer of metals, 42 and 44 

California, h. Harrison 
Selby John N. merchant, 42 and 44 Califor- 
nia, h. Wetmore place 
Selden H. J. liquors and cigars, 62 Front 
Sciden J. R. clerk, 62 Front 
Sellard Benjamin, organ builder, and carpen- 
ter, rear 207 Clay 
Sempson John, saloon, Union, 1 door from 

Battery 
Sennacel A. S. hatter, 157 Commercial 
Senter Chas. E. bar-keeper, 108 Montgomery, 

boards St. Mary's place 
Seniter E. clerk. 157 Montgomery 
Seraefeni J. carpenter, house Everett, near 

Third 
Sessions Josiah, house corner Powell and 

California 
Severance Luther, at Williams & Severance's 

soda factory 
Severance J. steward, 80 and 82 Davis 
Seymour & Co. furniture 190 Washington 
Seymour G. T. furniture, 190 Washington 
Seymour E. P. & Co. wholesale brooms, 

pails, &c. 108 Clay 
Seyd Earnest, clerk, 154 Washington 
Seydel Arthur, clerk, 13 Sacramento 
Seydel R. A. blacksmith, 15 and 17 Broadw'y 
Sharron Wm. h. Mason, between Union and 

Filbert 
Sharon Beuj. bar-keeper, 44 Commercial 
Sharon Wm. real estate agent, 4 Bolton and 

Barron's building 
Shaw Mrs. Lydia A. h. 228 Powell 
Shaw Thos. San Francisco Iron Works, 164 

California 
Shaw Wm. J. attorney and counsoller, 62 

and 63 Montgomery Block, 3d floor 
Shaw G. M. book-keeper, "Evening Jour- 
nal" office 
Shaw Wm. machinist, Union Iron Works 
Shaw T. clothing, 5 Commercial 
Shaw Samuel, blacksmith, 51 Jackson 
Shaw John O. jour, printer, "News" office, 

35 Commercial 
Shaw William, carrier, "S. Francisco Herald" 

120 Montgomery 
Shaw & Hale, storage and commission, cor. 
Battery and Union 



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Shaw Geo. N. storage and commission, corner 

Battery and Union 
Shaw Henry C. clerk, cor, Battery and Union, 

h. 248'Clay 
Shaw George, bar-keeper, cor. Front and Sac- 
ramento, h. cor. 2d and Jessie 
Shaw, Cotting & Reed, shipping and com. 

mer. 1 Orleans Row 
Shaw S. C, shipping and com. mer. 1 Orleans 

Row 
Sharkey, James, laborer, boards 19G Pacific 
Shade Mrs. Caroline, (widow) h. 43 Pike 
Shaeffer John B. barge officer, custom house 
Shafer Chas. Haney's Exchange, Brenham 

place 
Shav John. cook. 44 First 
Shattuck D. D. stalls 14 and 16 Pacific 

-Market 
Shattuck R. D. boards at Xiantic 
Shattuck F. W. boards at Niantic 
Shattuck Hon, D. 0. attorney, 24, 25 and 

26 Montgomery Block, boards at "Wil- 
son's Exchange 
Shale Samuel, clerk, 47 Melius 
Shales John, machine sewer, 118 Front 
Sharp Wm, Sc Co. Excelsior Mills, Pine, 

above Montgomery 
Sharp Henry, at county tax collector's office, 

City Hall 
Sharp Geo. F. & Wm. attorneys. 142 Mont- 
gomery, cor. Clay 
Sharp Sol. A. city attorney, 163 Montgomery, 

2d floor 
Shanks John S. printer 
Shankland & Co. clothing, 82 Commercial 
Shankland Robt. clothing, 82 Commercial 
Shannon Jos. mer. h. Vallejo, bet. Stockton 

and Powell 
Shannon Alfred E. clerk, City Hall, b. Val- 

lejo, bet. Stockton and Powell 
Shelley Wm. N. pilot, h. Greenwich, between 

Powell and Mason 
Shephard Philip, shoe store, 239 Pacific 
Sheppard Edward, jour, carpenter, Market, 

near First 
Sheppard Chas. A. baker at M. L. Winn's 
Sheppard J. & Co. merchant tailors, Metro- 
politan Block 
Sheppard John, mer, tailor, Metropolitan 

Block, house corner Clay and Spofford 
Shepard S. A. attorney, office Argenti's b'd'g. 

3d floor 

Shepard B. F. miller, Harrison mills 
Shepard D. A, impr. wines and liquors, 99 

Jackson 
Shepard Miles, clerk, 99 Jackson, h. Union, 

bet. Stockton and Dupont 
hepheard Philip W. justice of the peace, 

office Brenham plaee, h. Powell, between 

Washington and Clay 
Shermann F. m. d. office 228 Dupont, 2d 

floor 
Sherman Thos. h. Sutter, bet. Kearny and 

Dupont 



Sherman C. H, upholsterer, cor. Sacramento 

and Montgomery 
Sherman R. M. merchant, Sherman's building, 

cor. Clay and Montgomery 
Sherman Wm. mer. Sherman's building, cor. 
Clay aud Montgomery 

Sherman Wm. T. firm Lucus. Turner & Co- 
bankers. 104 Montgomery 

Shergens William, cabinet maker, 61 Mont- 
gomery 

Sheldon D. L. D. m. d. office 205 Clay, 2d 
floor 

Sheldon C. 0. hatter. 179 Clay 

Sheldon Mark, stalls 30 and" 31 United S. 
Market 

Sheldon X. P. com. mer. cor. California and 
Davis 

Sheldan James, stone cutter, h. Kearny, bet. 
Sutter and Post 

Shearer H. R. auction and commission, 108 
Sausome, boards Xiantic 

Shear & Wilson, Hippona stables, 166 Com- 
mercial 

Shew William, livery stables, 166 Com- 
mercial 

Shear Chas. H. foreman Hippona stables, 166 
Commercial 

Shear Wm. proprietor Nightingale House, 
Mission road 

Shew Wm. daguerrean artist, cor. Sacramento 
and Montgomery 

Shew Jacob, daguerrean operator, cor. Sacra- 
iianto and Montgomery 

Shew Leonard, cooper, boards Franklin Hotel 

Sherwood Walter W. at Hussey, Bond & 
Hales, h. 254 Powell 

Sherwood Robt. firm Barrett & Sherwood, 
135 Montgomery 

Sherwood Wm. J. & Co. auctioneers and 
commission merchants, 65 and 67 Ca- 
lifornia 

Sherwood Chas. T. clerk, 176 Clay 

Sherwood S. B. California wharf market, 2 
California 

Sherwood C. H. butcher, 2 California 

Sherwood Geo. E. laborer, appraiser's office, 
h. Dupont, near Clay 

Sherwood Jas. H. carman, h. California, above 
Powell 

Sherwood H. H. oarman, h. California, above 
Powell 

Sheridan Thomas, metal roofer, 31 Sansome. 

Sheehan William, carman, boards 147 San- 
some 

Shed Chas. D. clerk, 89 Front 

Sherry Thos. 72 and 74 California 

Sheen Daniel, carman, house Stevenson, near 
Second 

Shetton S, W. com. mer. 35 California,, 2d 
floor, b, 195 California 

Sherf Aaron, shoe maker, 68 Pacific 

Sheilds Wm. saloon, 79 Montgomery 

Sheier G. clothing, 60 Pacific 

Shields Richard, clerk, 53 Clay 



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Shiner James, steward, house Mason, near 
Vallejo 

Shipley W. E. h. 2 Trinity 

Shirley John, crockery. 138 Kearny 

Shirley Mrs. C. crockerv, 138 Kearnv 

Shirley & Bayley, China Hall, 176 Mont- 
gomery 

Shirley John. China Hall, 176 Montgomery, 
h. 138 Kearny 

Shirley W. F. proprietor of Howard House, 
35 Pacific 

Shimmins Chas. boarding house, 8 Bav State 
Row 

Shippen Edward clerk, city treasurer's office, 
h. Jackson, above Mason 

Shipman Chas. G. clerk at Bluxome's coal 
yard 

Shick John J. clerk, 110 and 112 Mont- 
gomery 

Shindler J. cor. Sacramento and Davis, 2d 
floor 

Shindler Gabriel, turner. 116 Jackson 

Shindeler William, trader, 173 Sansome, 2d 
floor 

Shlageter John, hat manufacturer, 177 Wash- 
ington 

Shnell Peter, bar-keeper, 243 Dupont 

Shoemaker Constant, brick maker, h. Powell, 
bet. Lombard and Xewell 

Shockley F. boards 37 Webb 

Short John & Co. Washington Baths, 174 
Washington 

Short John, "Washington Baths, 174 Wash- 
ington, h Pacific, near Jones 

Short 1) carrier of the "Sun" 

Sholle & Brothers, clothing, 92 Sacramento 

Shober Miss H. h. S. side Vallejo, 4 doors 
from Stockton 

Shreve C. G. clerk, 131 Sansome 

Shreve G. C. & S. S. importers of watches 
and jewelry, 139 Montgomery 

Shreve G. C. jeweller, 139 Montgomery 

Shreve S. S, jeweller, 139 Montgomery" 

Shreve & Co. lime and cement, 42 Battery 

Shreve William A. lime and cement, 42 Bat- 
tery 

Shroder C. clerk, Clementine, near Ecker 

Shurtleff E. carman, h. Mason, bet. Broadway 
and Vallejo 

Shurtleff Lucius E. carman, 98 Front, house 
Mason, near Vallejo 

Shuler, J. S. a. d. private hospital. W. side 
Mason, bet. Jackson and Pacific 

Shuler John, baker, 160 Kearny 

.Shuppert Adam, California brewery, corner 
Jackson and Stockton 

Shultz J. S. builder, Brenham place 

Shullz Martin, clerk, 130 Washington 

Shute Henrv M. carriage smith, 10 Webb, h. 
28 Union 

Shupnell Simon, brass finisher, 137 Jackson 

Shying George, butcher, 56 Bush 

Sibley Mrs. Ann J. (widow) house 198 
Stockton 



Sibbers M. S. h. Mary lane 

Si berth H. trader, h. Sutter, 2 doors from 

Kearny 
Sickels John, firm Owner, Sickels & Taylor, 

31 Sacramento 
Sickler C. M. tinner, 112 Kearny 
Sichel Gustav, barber shop. Crescent Citv 

Hotel 
Siebeck G. coffee house, 167 Commercial 
Sigrist Brothers, tin and sheet iron, No. 112 

Kearny 
Sigrist J. J. tin and sheet iron, 112 Kearny 
Sigrist Frederick, tinner, 112 Kearny 
Silves Wm. resides at El Dorado 
Silvermans H. D. general importer, corner of 

California and Sansome 
Silvermans I. general importer, cor. California 

and Sansome 
Silversteiu Chas. merchant, h. 272 Dupont 
Silva Jose B. waiter. S. M. Hospital 
Silversberg Simon, butcher, boards corner of 

Stockton and Sutter 
Silver W. J. furniture, 116 Jackson, and 149 

Sacramento, h. 116 Jackson 
Silver Mrs. R machine sewing. 230 Kearny 
Silverthorn Win. constable, at P. W. Shep- 
herd's. Brenham place, house Philippa, 3 

doors from Mission 
Silvy Adolphe, pawnbroker, 126 Commercial 
Sillem V\'m. banker and com. merchant, Xo. 

141 Clay 
Simon U. h. W. side Stockton, bet. Jackson 

and Pacific 
Simon B. dry goods, 260 Dupont 
Simon Joseph, blacksmith, 49 Kearny 
Simon S. clerk, 107 California 
Simon S. dry goods, 163 Clay 
Simon Julius, clerk, 166 Sansome 
Simon H. L. clerk, eor. Front and Sacram'to 
Simon Levi, general importer, Front, near 

California 
Simon B. cigars, 151 Front 
Simons A. R. house and sign painter, Xo. 106 

Jackson, h. 243 Clay 
Simonton N. M. builder, h. Bush, 2 doors 

from Monroe 
Simmons Seth, bar-keeper, 149 Commercial 
Simmons Geo. A. clerk, "Com. Advertiser" 

office, Montgomery, near Clay 
Simmon S. C. merchant, 134 Clay 
Simmons O. agricultural hardware, 94 Batty 
Simmons John, printer, "Daily Com. Adver- 
tiser," 146 Montgomery 
Sim & Co. produce com. merchants, 30 Clay 
Sim J. produce com. merchant, 30 Clay 
Simonds Solon S. foreman of saw mills, Alta 

Foundry, h. Second, bet'wn Market and 

Mission 
Simonds &: Co. American House, 6 Com'cial 
Simonds X. American House, 6 Commercial 
Simonds J. H. book-keeper, 40 California 
Simonds Rev. D. editor "Christian Advocate," 

148 (.'lay, h. Sacramento, bet. Stockton 

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Sims & Fraser, manf. iron doors and shatters, 

Battery, near Broadway 
Sims J. R. manuf. iron doors and shutters. 

Battery, near Broadway 
Sime John, builder, 106 Montgomery, h. cor. 

Jackson and Virginia . 
Sirumeron Henrv, butcher, stall 6 X. World 

Market 
Simpson Joseph, law student, Argeuti's b'dg. 
Simpson Jeremiah, Jr. jour, carpenter, Mar- 
ket, near First 
Simpson & Jackson, lumber merch'ts, junction 

California and Market 
Simpson A. M. lumber merchant, junction 

California and Market, h. Davis, betw'u 

California and Sacramento 
Simpson Robert W. h. Davis, bet. California 

and Sacramento 
Simpson John L. book-keeper, 28 Clay 
Simpson ^Charles S. wharfinger, Sacramento 

wharf 
Simson Robert, attorney, 104 Moutgomcrv, 

2d floor, h. X. Beach 
Simpton Capt. Geo. port warden, corner of 

Drum and Clay, 2d floor 
Simington Ceorge, reporter, -Evening Jour- 
nal/' 120 Commercial 
Sinclair Samuel, grocer. Third, near Mission 
Sinclair Mrs. Catharine X. proprietress of 

Metropolitan Theatre, h. 18-1 Montgom- 
ery, 2d floor 
Sinclair Capt. boards, at 20 Montgomery 
Singmaster Aaron, carpenter, at Clark & 

AVatts 
Siusheiiner Simon, h. 245 Kearny 
Sinton R. H. real estate auctioneer, Xo. 136 

Montgomery, h. 88 Broadway 
Sivers F. clerk, 139 Sacramento 
Sizer Samuel, carpenter, boards Alta Hotel 
Skellv Michael, Empire Soda Manufactory, 

83 Fine 
Skerrett M. clothing, 21 Commercial 
Skinner Robert, mason, house 207 Dupont, 

2d floor 
Skinner Elisha C. h. corner of California and 

Powell 
Skinner Win. W. 2 Clay 
Skinner J. S. M d. 128 Broadway 
Slade & Co. com. merchants, 40 California 
Sladc C. com. merchant, 40 California, h. 177 

Stockton 
Slanson T. book-keeper. 12 Commercial 
Slazenken M. clothing, 28 First 
Sleight J. mason, boards 147 Sansome 
Slater W. J. attorney, Xo. 4 Masonic Hall, 

3d floor 
Slicer A. E. police officer, City Hall 
Sloan. Bates A- Mudd, attorneys, 98 Merchant, I 

2d floor 
Sloan E. W. F. attorney, 98 Merchant, 2d ! 

floor, h. Jackson, near Mason 
Sloan J. S. stall 26 II. S. Market, boards at; 

Brauch Hotel 
Sloat E. Darwin, Franklin Hotel 



Sloane W. J. lumber merchant, cor. Mission 

and Stewart 
Sloat, Mayer & Botts, real estate, stock and 
money brokers, 129 Montgomery, 2d floor 
Sloat L. YV. notary public and commissioner, 
firm of Sloat. Mayer it Botts, 129 Mont- 
gomery. 2d floor 
Small Geo. porter, 97 Front 
Small Samuel S. boarding house, 26 First 
Small B. F. butcher, boards 29 Leidsdorff 
Smith Algernon, clerk, custom house, h. Cal- 
ifornia, bet. Kearny and Dupont 
Smith Adeline, (widow.) house Vallejo. above 

Powell 
Smith Albert H. sea captain, h. 363 Stockton 
Smith & Farr. express wagons, Centre street, 

Mission Dolores 
Smith A. A. express wagons, Centre street, 

Mission Dolores 
Smith Benj. teller, at Page, Bacon & Co's. 
Smith Mrs. C. L. (widow,) h. 186 Stockton 
Smith Chas. boatman, h. Baldwin's Row, X. 

Beach 
Smith Chas. K. stock broker, corner Mont- 
gomery ami Merchant 
Smith Capt. C. T. stevedore, h. Montgomery, 

near Union 
Smith Cyrus, at Flint, Peabody & Co's. 
Smith ' has. H. saloou, 45 Broadway 
Smith A Co. grocers, 49 Broadway 
Smith ('has. grocer, 49 Broadway 
Smith C. D. firm of Paul & Co. Franklin Job 

Printing office, 186 Montgomery 
Smith, Gowers A Xeefus, coppersmiths, plum- 
bers. Ac 116 Front 
Smith C. W. coppersmith, plumber, &c. 116 

Front 
Smith Chas. bar-keeper, 60 Clay 
Smith Chas. boarding house, 46 Clay 
Smith i has. importer of French goods, Xo. 

82 Montgomery 
Smith Chas. K. proprietor Xorth Star House, 

45 Broadway 
Smith Judge Chas F. attorney, 111 Mont- 
gomery Block, 4th floor 
Smith D. W. clerk, 158 Sacramento 
Smith D. S. feed store, 144 Sausorne 
Smith D. W. wholesale liquors, 73 California, 

h. 6 John 
Smith David M. clerk, Xo. 73 California, h 

6 John 
Smith D. F. tinner, 443o Sacramento 
Smith Dimon, painter, h. Union, near Powell 
Smith Edward, mason, h. Jessie, nearEcker 
Smith E. Lawrence, storago and commission, 
cor. Pine aud Davis, h. Pleasant Valley 
Smith Edward, firm of Smith Brothers & Co. 

corner Sansome and California 
Smith E. jewelry, 66 Commercial, h. corner 

California and Dupont 
Smith E. J. saloon, cor. Jackson and Battery 
Smith Fielding, runner, 118 Montgomery 
Smith A Brackett, Summit Market, cor. Sac- 
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Smith Frederick, grocer, 335 Stockton, house 

Stockton, 2 doors from Vallejo 
Smith Frederick A. 115 Battery 
Smith, Lougee & Co. importers, corner Mer- 
chant and Battery 
Smith Frederick, importer, corner Merchant 

and Battery 
Smith G. W. h. St. Mary's place 
Smith Geo. Alexander, attorney, 150 Montg'y 
Smith G. coach maker, 39 Webb 
Smith Geo. W. furniture, 118 Sansome 
Smith Geo. carman, 160 Battery 
Smith & Co. ship chandlers, Market-st. wharf 
Smith George C. ship chandler, Market street 

wharf 
Smith Geo. manager Middle Telegraph Sta- 
tion, Merchants' Exchange 
Smith George & Co. porter house, Clay street 

wharf 
Smith Geo. H. bar-keeper, 35 Pacific 
Smith G. Frank & Co. real estate agents, 92 

Montgomery, h. cor. Pine and Powell 
Smith Geo. M. merchant, h. Geary 
Smith Geo. ship carpenter, boards Jackson, 

near Drum 
Smith Gustavus, steward, at Alden's Branch 
Smith H. C. boards at 91 Bush 
Smith H. blacksmith, boards at 114 Pacific 
Smith H. Clav. porter, at Smilev, Yerkes <fe 

Go's. 
Smith H. H. shipwright, Fremont, between 

Howard and Folsom 
Smith I. H. grocer, Stockton. 2 doors from 

Green 
Smith John, laundryman, h. Francisco, near 

Kearny 
Smith John S. steward, Portsmouth House 
Smith John F. wagon maker, 118 Bush 
Smith John, h. Sherwood place 
Smith <fc Bennett, hardware. 150 Clay 
Smith John C. hardware. 150 Clay 
Smith John, Harrison Mills 
Smith John, laborer, boards at 13 Ohio 
Smith John, steward, 114 Pacific 
Smith John, seaman, boards at 20 Stevenson 
Smith John W. flour packer, City Mills, 25 

First 
Smith John Triplett, inspector, custom house 
Smith John R, carman, h. 377 Stockton 
Smith John K. laborer, h. Folsom 
Smith John W. carpenter, house Pine, near 

Taylor 
Smith John J. ship carpenter, boards Jackson, 

near Drum 
Smith John, teamster, h. 59 First 
Smith John P. carman, h. Sacramento, 4 

doors above Stockton 
Smith John, carman, h. Buena Vista 
Smith John, h. Fremont, near Folsom 
Smith John, laborer, h. 382 Stockton 
Smith Joshua, h. Greenwich, bet. Jones and 

Taylor 
Smith Jeremiah, butcher, 277 Jackson 
Smith James, butcher, h. 230 Clay 



Smith Jacob, baker, 155^2 Kearny 
Smith Joseph, carpenter, h. 159 Pine 
Smith Joseph, carman, h. Jessie, near Jane 
Smith J. J. (U. S. deputy marshal,) No. 97 

Merchant 
Smith Joseph, Pacific Coal Depot, Halleck 
Smith Jacob, bar-keeper, 210 Kearny 
Smith J. E. laborer, boards at 129*2 Jackson 
Smith James, laborer, house Stevenson, near 

Third 
Smith J. E. general importer, 19 Davis 
Smith J. M. produce comission merchant, 22 

California 
Smith J. H. proprietor City Hotel, 37 Pacific 
Smith J. L. saloon, 142 Front 
Smith J. Connor, vocalist, rooms Meiggs' 

building, cor. Bush and Montgomery 
Smith J. L. & Co. proprietors Eclipse Hotel, 

corner Clark and Front 
Smith James & Co. pile drivers and wharf 

builders, N. E. corner Montgomery and 

Commercial, 2d floor 
Smith Jas. J. laborer, h. Melius, near Third 
Smith Jabez, laborer, h. Melius, near Third 
Smith James A. caulker, h. Fremont, near 

Howard 
Smith Jas. R. speculator, h. Powell, 3 doors 

S. of Sutter 
Smith Mrs. J seminary for young ladies, Du- 

pont, opposite Mansion House 
Smith L. W. office 4 Phoenix Block, Clay 
Smith L. Shuster, firm of Napoleon Smith & 

Brother, 84 Clay 
Smith Lawrence, porter, custom house, house 

Taylor, bet. Clay and Sacramento 
Smith Mrs. Mary P. (widow,) h. S. W. cor. 

Green and Taylor 
Smith Mrs. Mary J. (widow,) h. 270 Clay 
Smith Miss Mary, confectioner, 340 Stockton 
Smith M. S. clerk, 94 California 
Smith Mortimer D. baker, Beale, near Folsom 
Smith Mrs. M. J. (widow,) h. Melius, near 

Third 
Smith N. P. h. Pine, corner Quincy 
Smith Napoleon & Brother, provisions, No. 

84 Clay 
Smith Peter, private boarding, corner Union 

and Union place 
Smith Phillip, barber, Cochituate Baths 
Smith Peter, stall 24 U. S. Market 
Smith Peter, M. i>. boards Wilson's Exchange 
Smith Randall, treasurer Metropolitan Thea- 
tre, h. near cor. Green and Kearny 
Smith R. H. boards corner Pine and Kearny 
Smith Robert E. clerk, 180 Clay 
Smith R. L. hardware, corner of Pine and 

Sansome 
Smith R. L. h. 8 Pike 
Smith Mrs. Seba, (widow,) h. Francisco, N. 

Beach 
Smith S. D. market, 74 Kearny, cor. Bush 
Smith Stephen, bar-keeper, Arcade Saloon 
Smith Sidney V. attorney and commissioner 

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Smith Samuel, mason, boards 64 Broadway 
Smith Silas E. boards at Xiantic Hotel 
Smith Samuel, clerk, Crescent City Hotel 
Smith Stark B. m. d. boards Crescent Citv 

Hotel 
Smith Stewart, com. merchant, 41 California, 

2d floor, h. cor. Chestnut and Stockton 
Smith & McDauiel, groceries and provisions, 

100 Front 
Smith Stephen, groceries and provisions, No. 

100 Front 
Smith Brothers & Co. importing merchants, 

S. Wi cor. Sanssome and California 
Smith S. A. importing merchant, S. W. cor. 

Sansome and California 
Smith Samuel, boarding house, 177 Front 
Smith Mrs. Susan A. private boarding, Fre- 
mont, near Howard 
Smith Seth R. laborer, h. 3 Stockton 
Smith Thomas, carpenter, boards 196 Pacific 
Smith T. L. banker, 141 Montgomery 
Smith Theodore, at Huttmi ft (Vs. 
Smith Thomas, Rising States Hotel, Jackson, 

bet. Drum and East 
Smith Theodore E. clerk, 117 and 119 Wash- 
ington 
Smith Wm. carman, boards S. side Union. 

between Mason and Taylor 
Smith William, printer, rooms 230 Clay 
Smith & Wells, carriage makers. 91 Kearny 
Smith Wm. R. carriage maker, 91 Kearny 
Smith Wm. m. d. office 156 Sacramento, 2d 

floor 
Smith Walter, carman. 160 Battery 
Smith VVm. trader, boards 19 Ohio* 
Smith Wm. porter, boards 147 Sansome 
Smith W. O. Merchants' Exchange, 152 

Montgomery 
Smith William, trader, bouse Anthony st. 
Smith Wm. N. bar-keeper. .'{6 First 
Smith W. Summit Market, cor. Sacramento 

and Drum 
Smith W. M. produce commission merchant. 

38 Clay 
Smith it Loring, stair builders, 59 Pine 
Smith Wm. stair builder, 59 Pine 
Smith Wm. M. deputy U. S. Marshal, 89 

Merchant 
Smith Wm. H. merchant, h. Powell, near 

Union 
Smith W. C. real estate agent, h. Folsom, 

near Beale 
Smith Zacheus, ranchero, h. Taylor, near 

Union 
Smiley James, corner Battery and Wash- 
ington 
Smiley, Yerkes & Co. auctioneers and com- 
mission mer. S. W. cor. Sacramento and 
Sansome 
Smiley Thos. J. L. auctioneer and commis- 
sion merchant, S. W. cor. Sacramento 
and Sansome 
Smilie E. R. m. d. dentist, 159 Monteromerv, 
2d floor 



Smiley Samuel, carman, Clark, near Davis 

Smiley Joseph E. auctioneer and commis- 
sion mer. S. W. cor. Sacramento and 
Sansome 

Smiley Ceo. W. auctioneer and commis- 
sion mer. 8. W. cor. Sacramento and 
Sansome 

Smiley Charles S. auctioneer and commis- 
sion mer. S. W. cor. Sacramento and 
Sansome 

Smochlle John, house Dupont, bet. Bush and 
Sutter 

Smyth William, general importer, 135 Front 

Snapper Samuel. 174 Washington 

Snead Thomas, h. 296 Powell 

Snead Samuel P. post office 

Sneath, Arnold & Co. merchants, 49 Pacific, 
2d floor 

Snell Geo. W. impr. drugs and medicines, 
Sansome. cor. Merchant, boards 249 
Powell 

Sniffen Geo. F. clerk, 145 Front 

Snooks Cnas. W. carpenter, shop and house 
_':!7 Kearny 

Snook Gen. ft VVm. tin, copper and lead pipe, 
Washington, below Montgomery 

Snow C. carpenter, h. 63 Montgomery 

Snow Mrs. Eliza II. boarding hoase, 20 
Melius 

Snow T. blacksmith, Market 2 doors from 
First 

Snow J. agent, 46 Clay, 2d floor 

Snow W. H. merchant tailor, Metropolitan 
Block 

Snyder Louis, house VV. side Mason, near 
Broadway 

Snyder Henry, tin and sheet iron, 87 Mont- 
gomery 

Snyder J. W, tinner, 87 Montgomery 

Snyder G. C. baker. Jenny Lind bakery 

Snyder Wm. A. m. r>. 145 Mission 

Suyder Albert A. carpenter, 61 Halleck, h. 
211 Clay 

Snyder Thos. machinist, Union Iron Works 

Suyder A. W. clerk, 81 Front, h. Prospect 
place 

Snyder Jacob R. assistant treasurer, custom 
house, h, cor. Jones and Lombard 

Snyder Zachariah, inspector, custom house 

Snyder Augustus, book-keeper, 164 San- 
some 

Soaper C. machiuist. boards 163 California 

Soeder F. proprietor Minerva Exchange, 73 
Pacific 

Sollomon John, variety store, 219 Dupont 

Sollomon A. com. mer. 173 Sansome, 2d 
floor 

Solomon John E. L. inspector, custom house 

Somerville R. contractor, Bank Exchange, 
Montgomery Block 

Sonenthal S. impr. cigars and tobacco, 129}.j 
California 

Sonntag & Co. imprs. and com. mer. 187 
Sansome 



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Sonntag J. H. importer and com. mer. 187 

Saasome, h. Powell, cor. Green 
Sonntag R. H. importer and commission 

merebant. 187 Sansome 
Soper C. M. blacksmith, 164 California 
Soule & Page, lumber merchants, 32 Battery 
Soule Samuel, lumber merchant, 32 Battery, 

h. Rincon point 
Soule Wm. h. 160 Mission 
Soule Prank, editor and publisher " Daily 
Cal. Chronicle," S. E. corner Montgom- 
ery and Merchant 
Southgate J. J. ship broker and commission, 

cor. Davis and Pacific, 2d floor 
Southworth & Co. gen. hardware, 64 Battery 
Southworth P. T. gen. hardware. 64 Battery 
Southworth A. B. gen. hardware, 64 Battery 
Southworth Harvey, carman, boards Franklin 

Hotel *" 

Southard J. carpenter, h. Stockton, near Clay 
Southwick W. toll keeper, 1st toll gate, 

Mission road 
Southwick D. S. assistant wharfinger, Sac- 
ramento wharf 
Souther Henry, carman, 93 Front 
Souther Henry, Jr. carman, 93 Front 
Souther H. B. rpothecary, 127 Montgomery 
Southerlaud John, laborer, boards 20 Ohio 
Sowes John, clerk, 198 Clay 
Soward J. E. sea captain, h. Calhoun, be- 
tween Union and Green 
Sparks Zadoc Wilson, merchant, 151 Clay, 

2d floor 
Sparks Hervey, real estate dealer, 151 Clay, 

2d floor 
Spaulding C. J & Co. Xewsboys' Headquar- 
ters, 152 Montgomery 
Spaulding Mrs. Julia A. firm of W. K. 

Doe <fc Co. Kennebec House 
Spaulding B. Adams, 113 Montgomery 
Spatz & Newhouse, dry goods, 132 California 
Spackman Wm. H. clerk, cor. Sacramento 

and Front 
Spencer J. h. 226 Powell 
Spencer Samuel A. carman, boards 118 Bush 
Spencer Thomas, mason, h. Jessie, near Jane 
Spear & Bristol, attorneys, 24, 25 and 

26 Montgomery Block 
Spear H. A. attorney, 24, 25 and 26 Mont- 
gomery Block, h. cor. Clay and Taylor 
Spear T. R. surgeon and dentist, office and 

house 230 Washington 
Spear Rev. Wm. h. 376 Stockton 
Spear J. N. carpenter, 192 Sacramento 
Spear Samuel, teamster, boards 17 Ohio 
Spear Miss E. boarding house, 17 Ohio 
Spear T. H. sash and blind mauuf. Market^st. 

wharf 
Spear Edw. S. manuf. furniture, 129 Cali- 
fornia, h. Washington, between Dupont 
and Stockton 
Spear James, moulder, Union Iron Works 
Spear Edward S furniture, 133 California 
Spcckels Wm. clerk, 155 Front 



S perry W. J. deputy county surveyor, City 
Hall 

Spethmann R. ship chandler, 21 Davis 

Speyer Morris, importer and commission mer- 
chant, 131 Sansome 

Sperling Brothers, clothing, Davis, near Sac- 
ramento 

Sperling Henry, clothing, Davis, near Sac- 
ramento 

Sperling Lewis, clothing, Davis, near Sac- 
ramento 

Spiller F. F. carman, h. Lombard, between 
Kearny and Dupont 

Spies F. upholsterer, h. Mary lane 

Spier R. P. book-keeper, 67 Front 

Spinney & Scott, shipping masters and ship 
brokers, 10 Sacramento 

Spinney Joseph S. shipping master and ship 
broker, 10 Sacramento 

Sporborg J. importer, 5 Custom House Bl'k, 
2d floor 

Spotswood H. M. inspector, custom house 

Spofford Wm. E. book-keeper at Alsop & 
Co.'s, 111 and 113 California 

Spraguc Wm. clerk, 105 Front, 2d floor 

Spraguc Thos. attorney, 142 Montgomery, 
corner Clay, 2d floor 

Sprague J. S. commission merchant, 104 
Montgomery, 3d floor 

Sprague Chas. J. inspector, custom house 

Sprague Capt. Chas. (U. S. Army,) h. rear 
42 Bush 

Sproat Greenville, grocer, 121 Broadway 

Spreckels B. grocer, cor. Sutter and Union 

Springer J. E. & Co. house and sign painters, 
91 Jackson 

Spring J. S. clerk, 60 California 

Spring John H. commission merchaut, 153 
Sansome 

Spring John R. commission merchant, 153 
Sansome 

Springsted Wm. blacksmith, 194 Sansome 

Sproul Andrew, laborer, Market, near Beale 

Squires Henry, 174 Washington 

Squier J. H. firm of Hollenbeck & Co. 150 
Sansome 

Squire H. M. clerk at C. Minturn's, Cun- 
ningham's wharf 

Stanford Joseph, coppersmith, h. cor. Broad- 
way and Mason 

Stanford J. tinner, 163 Front, h. Mason, be- 
tween Broadway and Yallejo 

Stamp Henry, porter house, Clay-st. wharf 

Stadin E., N. E. corner of Jackson and Da- 
vis, 2d floor 

Stanton John, apothecary, 74 Davis 

Staunton Charles H. wharfinger, Broadway 
wharf 

Stahl & Mores, hat and cap manufacturers, 
161 Washington 

Stanley & Co. Excelsior Bakery, N. W. cor- 
ner (May and Dupont 

Stanley James, h. cor. Kearny and Broadway 

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Stanley R. butcher, h. Jessie, near Jane 
Stanley Edward, attorney, 4 and 5 Express 

buildings, 2d floor 
Stanley Wm. B tinner, 110 Sacramento 
Stanley Tufton, painter, 26 California 
Stafford John E special police, h. 9 St. 

Mary's 
Stafford Mrs. Susan, (widow.) h. Spring 
States Wm. N. Eastern Restaurant, 84 Com- 
mercial 
Staples Levi, restaurant, cor. Drum and Sac- 
ramento 
Stanwood Wm. office Howard's building 
Staylor AVm. watchman, custom house 
Stauger Alfred, machinist, Sutter Iron W'ks 
Standish E. & Co. lumber merchants, 18 

Battery 
Standish Elisha, lumber merchant, 18 Bat- 
tery, h. 157 Pine 
Starr & Johnson, Excelsior Dagucrreau 

Rooms, 163 Clay 
Starr Thos. N. Excelsior Daguerrean Rooms. 

163 Clay, h. Rincon point 
Starr H. Ward, clerk, 156 Battery 
Starr J. B. auction and commission, 1 Or- 
leans Row 
Starr Prank R. at Knight, Chadwick & Co.'s, 

Custom House Block 
Starkweather, McOlenachan & Co. commis- 
sion merchants, 104 Battery 
Starkweather M. B. commission merchant, 

104 Batterv 
Btarkey Edward, 12 First 
Stadtfeld J. saloon, 37 Merchant 
Stagg Cornelius, county sealer of weights 
and measures, office corner Commercial 
and Pront, 2d floor 
Stable Edward & brother, barbers, Mont- 
gomery Block, basement 
Staib Conrad, shoemaker, 177 Washington 
Stackpole J. S. M. d. Sansome, 2 doors S. of 

Pacific, 2d floor 
Stackhouse Robt. stage carpenter, American 

Theatre 
Stecnblinck Henry, brewer. Union, bet. Mason 

and Powell 
Stead George, h. 337 Stockton 
Stewart Wm. D. book-keeper, 91 Battery 
Stewart John, dealer, boards S. side Yal- 

lejo, between Powell and Stockton 
Stewart Hugh, carman, boards 196 Pacific 
Stewart John L. mason, boards 147 Sansome 
Stewart James, boiler maker, h. Stevenson, 

near First 
Stewart John, brewer, h. 17 Melius 
Stewart James, helper, Sutter Iron Works 
Stewart W. H. boiler maker, A^ulcan Iron 

Works 
Stewart Samuel, laborer, boards 29 Leidsdorff 
Stewart Michael, boiler maker, 51 Jackson 
Stewart E. B. carpeuter, boards Franklin 

Hotel 
Stewart Chas. saloon, Vallejo, petween San- 
some and Batterv 



Stewart W R. police officer. City Hall 
Stephens Lieut. Thos. H. surveying schooner 

Ewiug, h. cor. Sacramento and Powell 
Stephens Henry, bar-keeper. 138 Montgomery 
Stephens & Bancroft, commission merchants. 

51 Leidesdorff 
Stephens J. Pratt, commission merchant. 51 

Leidsdorff 
Stephens Geo. roofer and plumber. 33 Leids'ff 
Stevens & Montgomery, auction and commis- 
sion, 112 Sansome 
Stevens G. B. auction and commission, 112 

Sansome 
Stevens Chas. E. teamster, boards 89 Pacific 
Stevens A. J. clerk, 45 Battery 
Stevens Y. 0. printer, " Daily Commercial 

Advertiser" office, 14f» Montgomery 
Stevens R. J. wharfinger. Sacramento wharf 
Stevens Geo. W. printer, 151 ( lay 
Stevens, Baker & Co. commission merchants, 

59 Front, 2d floor 
Stevens Levi, commission merchant, 59 Front, 

2d floor 
Steven- Wm. H. commission merchant, 102 

Batterv. 2d floor 
Stebbins Wm. P. C. mason and builder, h. 

153 Stockton 
Stebbins J. C. firm of Sutherland & Stebbins, 

attorneys, ('< and 7 Armory Hall, 2d fl'r 
Steiger Chas. R. foreman moulder, Yulcan 

Iron Works 
Steinhard & Brothers, dry goods, 136 Sac- 
ramento 
Steinhart Wm. & Co. gen. importers, 66 Sac- 
ramento. 2d floor 
Stein II. W. <fe Co. merchant tailors, 181 

Washington 
Steiu D. clerk, h. 372 Stockton 
Stein Jacob, 174 Washington 
Stein W. J. clerk, 156 Sacramdnto 
Stcane C. B. clerk, 106 Sacramento 
Steen Harris, barber, Cochituate Baths 
Stecn Edward T Yulcan Iron Works, boards 

48 Bush 
Steenberger Lawrence, carman, 64 Battery 
Stearns John H. h. Maiden lane 
Stearns J. H. at LeCount & Strong's 
Stearns A. W. book-keeper, 70 California 
Stearns T. B. cook, Clinton House, Jackson, 

between Front and Davis 
Stearns <fc Green, groceries, corner Clay and 

Sansome 
Stearns D. W. groceries, corner Clay and 

Sansome 
Steere & Hathaway, produce commission 

merchants, cor. Front & Clay 
Steere G. S. produce commission merchant, 

cor. Front and Clay 
Sterling & Wenzel, coopers, Jackson, near 

Sansome 
Sterling 1 Capt. Josiah, at DeLong, NcNeil 

& Co.'s 
Sterling P. W. marble cutter, 94 Battery, h. 

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Sterling C. N. cooper, Jackson, near Sausome 
Sterling A. P. clerk, bonded warehouse, 

Green, corner Battery 
Stekeen Matthew, seaman, boards 20 Stev'sn 
Sterett & Russell, publishers "Eveuing Pic- 
ayune," 123 Sacramento 
Sterett B. F. publisher " Evening Picayune," 

123 Sacramento 
Steling Peter, grocer, cor. Pine and Dupont 
Stephenson R. McLean, architect, 129 San- 
some, 2d floor, h. 249 Powell 
Stephenson Nelson, laborer, S. E. corner 

Stockton and Vallejo 
Stevenson Samuel, butcher, boards Sutter 

Hotel 
Stevenson J. D. attorney, Parson's building, 

h. Stockton, between Cal. and Pine 
Stevenson Wm. seaman, h. Stevenson, near 

Second 
Steil Henry, merchant tailor, 154 Sacramen- 
to, 2d floor 
Steele James, foundry-man, Union Iron Wks 
Steele Jas. G. apothecary, 142 Montgomery 
Steele Henry, house and shipsmith, 63 Leids'ff 
Steinthal M. M. res. El Dorrdo 
Sieinbeehler W. boarding house, 69 Pine 
Steinweg John, blacksmith, Pine, between 

Sansome and Montgomery 
Steffens Adolf, commission merchant, 147 

Battery, 2d floor 
Stecver Geo. G. Arm of 0. P. Lolor & Co. 94 

Front, b. corner Dupont and Green 
Stetson A. M. 174 Washington 
Stetson Alva M. tinner, rear of Atwill's 

music store 
Stetson X. C, & Co. boots and shoes, 126 

Montgomery 
Stedman W. S. clerk, 60 California 
Stedman Wm. laborer, h. Howard, near First 
Stinman John, saloon, 181 Pacific 
Stinson Perry, carpenter, at Elliott & Tilden's 
Stickney David, clerk, 18 Battery 
Stickney George, machinist, 51 Jackson 
Stiles A. G. book-keeper at Jones & Co.'s 
Still John H. bookseller and stationer, 128 

Montgomery, h. 126 Stockton 
Still Mrs. Mary, (widow,) h. corner O'Farrall 

and Bagley 
Stilman James W. county assessor, City 

Hall, h. 232 Kearny 
Stillinger M. book-keeper, 74 California, 2d 

floor 
Stivers D. A. clerk at H. Wetkerbee & Co.'s, 

Market street wharf 
Stivers Wm. C. carpenter, boards Chicago 

Hotel 
St. Losky, Levy <fc Co. importers Havana 

segars, 170 Montgomery 
St. Losky Samuel, importer Havana segars, 

170 Montgomery 
Story, Redington <fe Co. importers drugs and 

medicines, Sansome, corner Merchant 
Story Chas. R. importer drugs and medicines, 

L 249 Powell 



Story L. shoe store, 151 Sacramento 

Story Wm. F. commission merchant, 87 and 

89 Front, h. 193 California 
Storm C. firm of Bokee, Titcomb & Co. 59 

and 61 Sacramento 
Stone Wm. D armorer, at Armory Hall 
Stone J. upholsterer, 128 Clay 
Stone Hubert, clerk, 127 Sansome 
Stone Edward F. book-keeper, 35 Pine 
Stokes J. Darrieux, clerk, 75 Sacramento 
Stockton T. B. W. inspector, custom house 
Stockton B. G. book-keeper, California State 

Telegraph, office 159 Clay 
Stout Arthur B. m. n, house and office 240 
Washington, between Dupont and Stock. 
Stoat & McKee, dry goods, 78 Battery, 2d 

floor 
Stout John H. dry goods, 78 Battery, 2d 

floor, h, Powell, near Sacramento 
Stowell Henry, clerk, 202 Washington 
Stowell Jobson, carpenter, h. Grant place 
Stowell L. lumber merchant, Market, between 
Beale and Main, h. Merchant, bet. Mont- 
gomerv and Sansome 
Stowell Wm. H. & Co. com. mer. 58 Front, 

2d floor 
Stowell Wm. H. com. mer. 58 Front, 2d 

floor, h. Oakland 
Stowell & Williams, builders, 143 Washing- 
ton, 2d floor 
Stowell L. notary public, and Grand Secreta- 
ry F. A. Masons of California, 5 Mont- 
gomery Block, 2d floor 
Stover D. B. inspector, custom house 
Stodder George G. bar-keeper, 143 Com- 

Stoddard E. H. druggist, 2 First 
Stoddard N. K. printer, "Daily Com. Adver- 
tiser," office, 146 Montgomery 
Stoutenberg Augustus, 148 Commercial 
Stoutenburg Lambert & Co. com. mer. 115 

Washington 
Stoutenberg "W. B. commission mer. 115 

Washington 
Stoutenberg Wm. E. commission merchant 

152 Battery 
Storer Henry, stone cutter, cor. Bush and 

Battery 
Storrs F. K. clerk, corner Leidsdorff and 

Sacramento . 
Stose C, jr. clerk, 96 California 
Stork Samuel, playing cards, 88 Sacramento, 

2d floor 
Stott, Dunn & Co. camphene distillers, 125 

Commercial 
Stott Alexander, camphene distiller, 125 

Commercial 
Stoppelkamp A. H, clerk. 71 Montgomary 
Stolz & Craner, dry goods, 147 Sacramento t 
Stoice C. grocer, Fremont 
Stockfleth Theodore, merchandise broker, 102 

Battery, 2d floor 
Stoken John Jacob, 180 Washington 
St. Palais R. clerk, 137 Sacramento 



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Street Joseph S. carpenter, house 281 "Wash- 
ington 

Strecker Win. porter, 197 and 199 Sansome 

Strong Chas. L. firm of LcCount & Strong, 
booksellers and stationers, 111 Mont- 
gomery 

Strong Harvey, groom for Dillon, Hedge & 
Co. 

Strong H. L. carver, 83 Jackson, 3d floor 

Strong Alexander, clerk, corner Clark and 
Davis 

Stratman Jack, feeder "California Chronicle" 
office 

Stratton Rev. Royal B. h. Sutter, bet. Kearny 
and Dupont 

Stratford Wm. saloon. f> Broadway 

Strey Wm. carpenter, l'7 Sansome 

Strohecker, oigars, 62 Kearny 

Btrowbridge I. M. clothing, 85 Commercial, 
and cor. Battery and Sacramento 

Strowbridge & Blake, clothing, 85 Commer- 
cial, and corner Battery and Sacra- 
mento 

Stringer & Co. W. coal merchant. Washing- 
ton, below Davis 

Stringer W. J. firm Craves <fc Stringer, 129 }:, 
California, and 37 Davis 

Strauss Levi, dry goods and clothing, 90 
Sacramento 

Strahle Jacob, billiard table manufacturer, 7 
Custom House Block. 2d floor 

Stribble J. Henry, at S. W. Tinmon's, boards 
Wilson's Exchange 

Strybing C. H. commission mer. Battery, near 
Jackson 

Streibich F. J. bottler, 61 Broadway 

Stumkey Chas. carpenter, h. Lafayette, bet. 
Green and Union 

Stuber & Conrad, William Tell House, 77 
Bush 

3tuber M. William Tell House, 77 Bush 

Studley Benjamin K. lighterman, at B. Post's 

Sturtevant George, firm of Cook, Kenny & 

Co. 
turtevant Lawrence, clerk for Cook, Kenny 

& Co. 
turdivant R. 0. clerk, custom house 

Stutsman J. feed store, 156 Pacific 
tuart G. F. commission merchant, 129 
Jackson 

Stuart A. C. wholesale liquors. 61 Jackson 

Stuart, James & Co. ship chandlers, corner 
Commercial and Battery 

Stuart A. G. com. mer. 11 Davis 

Stuart A. bar-keeper, 94 Pacific 

Stuart John C. boarding house, 100 Pacific 

Stump Joseph proprietor Howard House, 
Pacific 

Stump Geo. boards 35 Pacific 

Stuinp W. H. inspector, custom house 

styles Henry, M. d. 83 Davis, 2d floor 

Suber L. E. at Burgoyne & Co's. 

Juckert L. m. d. house and office 92 Broad- 
way 



Sullivan Thos. laborer, boards 196 Pacific 

Sullivan John P. Bella Union 

Sullivan James, carman, 159 Sacramento 

Sullivan D. architect, 130 Kearny, 2d floor 

Sullivan Chas. 160 Kearny 

Sullivan Richard, 160 Kearny 

Sullivan Eugene, office 137 Montgomery, h. 
Powell, near Clay 

\ Sullivan J. W. periodical depot, Kearny, bet. 
Clay and Merchant 

Sullivan John, porter, 156 Battery 

Sullivan M. saloon, 6 Ohio 

Sullivan James, h. 153 Mission 
| Sullivan David, clothing, 13 Sacramento 

Sumner Mrs. Mary, (widow) house 357 
Stockton 
| Summers John, house corner Spring and 
Summer 

Summers Mrs. Elizabeth, (widow) 125 Cal- 
ifornia, 2d floor 
; Surdam M. 0. firm of J. C. Cissna & Co. 

Sutherland & Stebbins, attorneys, 6 and 7 
Armory Hall, 2d floor 

Sutherland T. W. atterney, 6 and 7 Armory 
Hall, 2d floor 

Sutherland John, porter house, 16).< Sacra- 
mento 

Sutro A. importer of variety goods, 110 Sac- 
ramento 

Sutro G. clerk. 163 Clay 

Sutro Adolph. importer of segars & tobacco, 
103 Clay 

Sutton O. P. appraiser, house Green, above 
Powell 

Sutton John, engineer, house 23 Stevenson 

Sutton Mrs. Anne, dressmaker, 23 Stevenson 

Sutton E. B. carpenter, boards Beale, near 
Folsom 

Sutton Jas. L. firm S. R. King & Co., junc- 
tion California and Market 

Sutter Samuel, machinist, Sutter Iron Wks. 

Sutter Iron Works, cor. Folsom and Beale 

Suwerkrop A. O. com. mer. 62 Front, 2d 
floor 

Suydam A; RoiT, commission merchants, 91 
Battery 

Suydam J. commission merchant, 91 Bat- 
tery 

Swain Wm. B. h. N. side Green, 4 doors 
above Powell 

Swain Charles II. waterman, house 330 
Powell 

Swain David, mason, boards 221 Sacram. 

Swain J. C. oil factory, 114 Broadway 

Swain James, trader, h. 117 Bush 

Swain William B. blacksmith, 164 Cali- 
fornia 

Swain Daniel, contractor and builder, 129>£ 
Jackson 

Swain R. A. com, mer. 105 Front, 3d floor, 
house Stockton, between Jackson and 
Washington 

Swain Harry F. merchant, cor. Davis and 
Clark 



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Swasey Gustavus A. sea capt. k. Green, bet. 

Dupont and Stockton 
Swasey J. B. commission mer. 62 Sansome2d 

floor 
Swasey Wm. F. firm Wm. Neely Johnson & 
Co. 96 Merchant, boards at Mrs. Haley's, 
Waverley place 
Swart A. contractor, office corner Ecker and 

Stevenson 
Swartz A. G. tinner, 109 Sacramento 
Smartz N. moulder, Sutter Iron Works 
Swearingen, A. S. Phoenix Saw Mills, Mar- 
ket, 3 doors from First 
Swearingen Mrs. (widow) house N. side of 

Bush, bet. Kearny and Dupont 
Sweeny Miles D. grocer, 133 Broadway 
Sweeny Michael, engineer, Union Iron Wks. 
Sweeny & Baugh, Merchants' Exchange and 

Marine Telegraph, 123 Sacramento 
Sweeny G. F. Merchants' Exchange and Ma- 
rine Telegraph, 123 Sacramento, house 
Telegraph Hill 
Sweeny John, helper, Union Iron "Works 
Sweeny Myles D. & Co. importers of liquors, 

85 Davis 
Sweeny Myles D. importer of liquors, 85 

Davis, h. cor. Mason and Broadway 
Sweeney B. carman, house Jessie, near Jane 
Sweeney Alexander, laborer, h. 51 Vallejo 
Sweetser & Co. stall 7, New W. Market 
Sweetser Alonzo, stall 7 New World Market 
Sweetser, Hutchins & Co. commission mer- 
chants, 93 Front 
Sweetser J. E. com. merchant, 93 Front 
Sweetland Mrs. Jane, (widow) boarding house, 

27 Bush 
Sweigert Adam, grocer, Kearny, bet. Sutter 

and Post 
Swett F. P. pile driver, h. N.W. cor. Taylor 

and Clay 
Swett Lorenzo, carpenter, h. S.W. cor. Tay- 
lor and Clay 
Switzer John H. butcher, h. cor. Washington 

and Stockton 
Swift John, clerk, 81 Washington 
Swift George, waterman, boards 119 Sacra- 

ramento 
Sykes Joseph, waterman, boards 40 First 
Sylvester L stoves, 212 Pacific 

Taaffe, McCahill & Co. improrters and 

jobbers of dry goods, corner Front and 

Sacramento 
Taaffe William, importer and jobber of dry 

goods, cor. Front and Sacramento, h. cor. 

Jones and Greenwich 
Taber Jacob S. clerk, 118 and 120 Kearny, 

and 171 California 
Taber John S. clerk, 118 and 120 Kearny, 

and 171 California 
Taber Joseph E. porter, 118 and 120 Kearny, 

and 171 California 
Taber Wm. H. carpenter, h. Beale, near 

Folsom 



Tabor A. L. porter, 109 Battery 

Tabor William L. carpenter, boards 64 

Broadway 
Tabor John H. carman, corner Battery and 

Halleck 
Taft J. waterman, boards, cor. Spring and 

Summer 
Tafft & Edwards, imprs. wines and liquors, 

103 Battery 
Tafft Dexter, importer wines and liquors, 103 

Battery 
Tafft Henry L. book-keeper, 103 Battery 
Tagliabue Francis, instrument maker, 29 

Commercial, cor. Front 
Taggard J. L. wholesale grocer, 102 Front 
Taggard Edwin W. clerk, 102 Front 
Tasrgard J. A. clerk, 126 Montgomery 
Tafbott H. W. police officer, City Hall 
Talbot William, carman, house 125 Broad- 
way 
Talbot P. machinist, Tulcan Iron Works 
Talbot S. C. blacksmith, Mission, bet. First 

and Front 
Tallant & Wilde, bankers, cor. Montgomery 

and Clay 
Tallant D. J. banker, corner Montgomery 

and Clay, h. 133 Dupout 
Tallant N. W. clerk, corner California and 

Battery 
Talmadge Wm Henry, com. mer. Maynard's 

Row, house corner Powell and Clay 
Tallman William C. N. clerk at Shaw's & 

Hale's 
Tamplen A. barber, 249 Dupont 
Tann Mrs. Catharine, saloon, Yallejo, bet 

Sansome and Battery 
j Tann Cbas. blacksmith, h. Yallejo, bet. San 

some and Battery 
I Tandler & Co. general importers, 5 Custom 

House Block 
Taney Jas. sash and blind maker, Market, 

near First 
j Tappan C. W. coal yard, 44 Battery, house 

Grant place 
' Tarbell Frank, saloon, 168 Washington, b'dl 

Mansion House 
i Tarbett Foster B. clerk, S'. E. cor. Stockton 

and Yallejo 
Tarbox Mrs. H. G. dressmaker, 84 Bush, 2d 

floor 
Tass G. H. clerk, comer Ecker and Ste* 

venson 
Tasken Thos. millwright, Sutter Iron Wks 
Tassin J. B. residence El Dorado 
Tasheira A. L. book-keeper, cor. Montgomer; 

and Commercial 
Tate Robt. H. grocer, 269 Washington 
Tate F. H. clerk, 269 Montgomery 
Taufarari Terravia, inspector, custom house 
Taussig, Pollack & Co. leather goods, 117 

Sacramento 
Taussig William, leather goods, 117 Sac- 
ramento 
Tavel Frederick A. grocer, 217 Stockton 



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Tavaro J. fruit, 198 Kearny 
Tavenor Thomas, clerk, 146 Battery 
Taverner G. bar-keeper, 46 Sacramento 
Taylor & Harmon, carpenters and builders, 

34 Montgomery 
Taylor 0. carpenter and builder, 34 Mont- 
gomery 
Tavlor Jas. M. merchant, Main, near Howard. 

h. 44 Melius 
Tavlor D. A. clerk, Main, near Howard, h. 

44 Melius 
Tavlor Truman, clerk, Main, near Howard, 

* h. 44 Melius 
Taylor W. H. inspector, custom house 
Taylor W. H. camphene distiller, Lombard, 

bet. Powell and Mason 
Taylor F. camphene distiller, Lombard, bet. 

Powell and Mason 
Taylor Thomas, clerk, h. cor. Greenwich and 

Jansen 

Taylor James D. nurse, S. M. Hospital 
Taylor Francis, cook, h. 129 Broadway 
Taylor A. J. gun smith, shooting gallery, 209 

Clay 
Taylor A. S. .I.ssie st. soda factory, corner 

Jessie and Jane 
Tavlor John, com. raer. Merchant ,bet. Mont- 
gomery and Sansome, h. Kearny, bet. 
Green and Vallejo 
Taylor Wm. J. butcher, Finest. Market, cor. 

Pine and Montgomery 
Taylor Mrs. Helen, saloon. 112 Fine 
Taylor E. TV. attorney, office 8 and 9 "Wells' 
building. 2d floor, house Stockton, near 
Pacific 

Taylor Joseph B. 81 California 
Taylor James, grocer, S. W. cor. Montgom- 
ery and Broadway 
Taylor Ambrose, carman, 80 Clay 
Taylor A. J. book-keeper, 96 and 98 Bat- 
tery 

Tavlor & Wescott, blacksmiths. 20 First 
Taylor J. F. blacksmith, 20 First 
Taylor Daniel, ship carpenter, boards Melius, 

near First 
Taylor Edward, clerk, corner of Leidsdorff 

and Sacramento 
Taylor C. L. A - Co. sash and blind manufac- 
turer, 24 California 
Taylor Chas. A. firm Owner. Sickels A- Tay- 
lor. 31 Sacramento 
Taylor S. P. lumber merchant, 25 California 
Taylor Joseph, apprentice, Union Iron Wks 
Taylor John B. produce dealer, 71 Clay, h. 

cor. Berry aud Mary lane 
Taylor Ghauncy. book-keeper, 65 and 67 

California 
Taylor James, boot and shoe store, 202 

Kearny 

Tay & Flint, merchants, Flint's wharf 
Tay Henry, merchant, Flint's wharf 
Tay & Son D. clothing, 41 Commercial 
Tay, Brooks &, Co. commission merchants, 52 
Front I 



Tayker J. J. assistant librarian, Mercantile 
Library, post office building 

Teager G. TV. mattress maker, 164 Sacra- 
mento 

Teal Lewis &: Co. imprs. liquors & cigars, 130 
Washington 

Teclaw F. F. druggist, 59 Montgomery 

Teese Mrs. Mary, dress maker, 208 Clay 

Teese Lewis, trader, 174 Sansome, h. Clay, 
opposite Plaza 

Teese Lewis jr. trader. 174 Sansome, h. Clay, 
opposite Plaza 

Teese Frederick, trader, 174 Sansome, house 
Clay, opposite Plaza 

Teibman A. C. coffee house, 2-3 1., Dupont 

Teirnon John, teamster, boards Sutter Hotel 

Teller J. D. P. merchandise broker, 52 Cali- 
fornia, 2d floor, h. Powell, between Clay 
and Washington 

Temple I. J. batcher, Qoincy Market, corner 

Kearny and Pacific 
j Ten Eyck J. 140 Sansome 

Tense Chas. clerk, 1">2 Kearny 

Tenell Wm.. U.S. Deputy "Marshal, U. S. 
Court liooms 

Tennent Thus, surveying and naval ware- 
house, 29 Commercial, cor. Front 

Terrell James EL deputy U. S. Marshal, 89 
Merchant 

Terry C. laborer, house Stevenson, corner 
Second 

Terry Albert, bar-keeper. 168 Washington 

Teschemacher J I. F. real estate, office How- 
ard's building 

Teasing John, laborer, at Pirries' bakery 

Tevis Lloyd, firm of Crockett, Page &, Tevis, 
attorneys, rooms Xos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, Ex- 
press buildings, 3d floor 

Tewksbury Marcus R. m. d. office cor. Kearny 
and Commercial. 2d floor 

Tewksbury J. M. m. d. office 132 Kearny 

Thayer E. D. importer of jewelry and cutlery, 
106 Sacramento 

Thayer E. clerk, 137 Sacramento 

Thayer B. B. & Co. druggists, 127 Montg'ry 

Thayer B. B. druggist, 127 Montgomery 

Thayer Frank, druggist, 127 Montgomery 

Thayer Hiram, foreman, 95 Pine 

Thayer Edward, h. 343 Dupont 

Tharp E. H. coal dealer, Jackson, near East 

Thackston Chas. A. com merchant. 61 Battery 

Thaw Wm. M. clerk, 94 Merchant 

Thede Julius, Oregon Market, cor. Davis and 
Oregon 

Thete Julius, butcher, 99 Bush 

Theller Dr. E. A. editor "Public Ledger," 148 
Clay, 3d floor 

Theobald J. T. jour, barber, 46 Commercial, 
h. corner Sansome and Pine 

Thebaud E. shipping merchant, 2% Com- 
mercial, 2d floor 

Thillon Madame Anna, vocalist, boards at 
Oriental Hotel 

Thirgood TVm. laborer, 83 Pine 



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Thirkar Wm. turner, 212 Washington 
Thielebein A. sign painter, 7 Custom House 

Block, 2d floor 
Thiery & Brother, manf. jewelry, Trinity, bet. 

Bush and Sutter 
Thibault P. J. firm Bidleman & Co. No. 186 

Montgomery 
Thomas T. C. h. Union, between Dupont and 

Stockton 
Thomas. C. L. miller, S. F. Mills 
Thomas John, at Babb & Go's, soda factory 
Thomas Horace, proprietor of Crescent City 

Hotel 
Thomas James, segars, Magnolia Saloon, 

Kearny 
Thomas 0. H. attorney, office Phoenix Block 
Thomas Edwin, hoist wheel maker, h. Bush, 

near Montgomery 
Thomas Isaac, attorney, 90 Merchant 
Thomas A. M. printer, "Times & Transcript" 
office, h. south side Washington, 3 doors 
below Stoekton 
Thomas Wm. bar-keeper, Wilson's Exchange, 

basement 
Thomas T. C. ship broker, 28 Clay, 2d floor 
Thomas John, laborer, 62 Clay 
Thomas H. & Co. fruit, 25 Commercial 
Thomas Chas. C. inspector, custom house 
Thomas W. S. builder, boards at Franklin 

Hotel 
Tnomas L. S. manufacturer, office corner of 
Battery and Broadway, house Broadway, 
near Montgomery 
Thomas A. M. butcher, boards at National 

Hotel 
Thomas Edward, engineer, 78 Jackson 
Thomas J. B. com. merchant, 145 Front, h. 

S. A\ r . cor. Vallejo and Montgomery 
Thomas W. G. proprietor Gohien Gate Hotel, 

Davis, corner Oregon 
Thomas Wm. steward, Golden Gate Hotel, 

Davis, corner Oregon 
Thomas Henry, porter, corner of Davis and 

Sacramento 
Thomas John, nurse, U. S. M. Hospital 
Thompson E. C. painter, 103 Broadway 
Thompson A. P. painter, 1G5 Dupont 
Thompson Geo. C. Union Soda Water Fac- 
tory, Union place 
Thompson James, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
Thompson Mrs. C. J. (widow,) saloon, corner 

Mission and Third 
Thompson C. clerk, 128 Clay 
Thompson A. stalls 21 and 23 Pacific Market 
Thompson Wm. Jr. Polka Saloon, 161 Com- 
mercial, h. Pike 
Thompson James, baker, 160 Kearny, h. cor. 

Pine and Joyce 
Thompson J . P. real estate, office Howard's 

building 
Thompson H. B. clerk, 93 Battery 
Thompson John, jeweller, boards at Franklin 

Hotel 
Thompson Henry, cook, 46 Commercial 



Thompson Alex, firm McKenzie, Thompson 
& Co. 199 Front 

Thompson John, boatman, h. Vallejo, betw'n 
Montgomery and Sansome 

Thompson" James, baker, 48 Commercial 

Thompson W. Neely, com. merchant, 63 Clay 

Thompson Peter, seaman, boards at No. 20 
Stevenson 

Thompson W. boiler maker, Sutter Iron 
Works 

Thompson Henry & Co. City Mills, No. 25 
First 

Thompson W. Jr. firm Henry Thompson & 
Co. 25 First 

Thompson Wm. Neely, lumber merchant.Mar- 
ket, bet. Beale aud Fremont 

Thompson Wm. moulder. Union Iron Works 

Thompson Wm. S. carriage repository, No. 
64 Sansome 

Thompson R. Augustus, U. S. Land Commis- 
sioner, h. cor. Union and Kearny 

Thompson D. W. weigher and measurer, cus- 
tom house 

Thompson J. S. clerk, 199 Front 

Thompson W. T. boards Wilson's Exchange 

Thompson A. P. & Co. house and sign pain- 
ters, 165 Dupont, cor. Sacramento 

Thompson Wm. cook, 66 Pacific 

Thompson Smith, bar-keeper, Nightingale 
House, Mission road 

Thompson W. comedian and dancer, Metro- 
politan Theatre 

Thomson Brothers, iron and steel and black- 
smiths' tools, 149 aud 151 Sansome 

Thomson S. S. 149 and 151 Sansome, h. cor. 
Sutter and Powell 

Thomson T. W. 149 and 151 Sansome, b'ds 
at Mrs. Leland's 

Thomson J. S. 149 and 151 Sansome 

Thoman Jacob, comedian, boards at Ports- 
mouth House 

Tbode H. brewer, Filbert, betw'n Mason and 
Powell 

Thornton R. S. blacksmith, 105 Kearny 

Thornton Thomas, engineer, Fremont, near 
Market 

Thornton Harry I. attorney, Sacramento, 
near Montgomery, h. John, bet. Jackson 
and Pacific 

Thorn George, bar-keeper, 142 Front 

Thorne E. B. jour, printer, "S. F. Herald," 
Thorne C. R. actor, American Theatre, b'ds 

at Wilson's Exchange 
Thorne Wm. boards at Wilson's Exchange 
Thorne Mrs. G. R. actress, American Theatre, 

boards at Wilson's Exchange 
Thorne Miss Emily, actress, Amer. Theatre, 

boards at Wilson's Exchange 
Thorne R. N. merchant, boards at Mansion 

House, Mission Dolores 
Throckmorton S. R. h. Howard's Row, 

Mission 
Thrasher. I G. butcher, 27 Bush 
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Thursby John, blacksmith. Xos. 15 and 17 

Broadway 
Thurston X. >i. d. office and residence at Hill- 
man "s Temperance House 
Tibbey E. G. clerk, at Page, Bacon k Go's. 
Tibbey Mrs. Mary At (widow.) h. Green, 3 

doors below Stockton 
Tibbetts M. C. paper hancrer, 145 and 147 

Clay 
Tibbits S. M. K. d. 26 Montgomery Block, 

h. Bush, bet. Kearny and Dupont 
Tichenor S. W. grocer, 92 Battery 
Tichenor Henry B. shipping and commission, 

Jackson, below Davis 
Tice & White, merchants, 92 Montgomery 
Tice J. W. merchant. 92 Montgomery 
Tice Alansou, brick manufacturer, boards at 

Bay Stat'- House 
Tice Henry M. brick manufacturer, boards at 

Bay State Boose 
Tierney Edmund P. laborer, appraiser's office, 

h. corner Sutter and Stockton 
Tierney Win. watchman. Tehama House 
Tiesimr Jacob, baker, 160 Kearny 
Tieroff A. merchant, h. rear 258 Kearny 
Titft Marvin, laborer, h. Minna, near Third 
Tiffany W. H. attorney, off. Tallant A' Wilde's 

building, 2d floor 
Tildau Ghas. L. builder, h. Quincy 
Tildeu k Little, com. merch'ts, Empire ware- 
house, Beale, near Market 
Tilden Thos. com. merch't, Empire warehouse, 

Beale. near Market 
Tileston W. M. boots and shoes, 84 Batterv, 

2.1 floor 
Tileston Cbas. E. apothecarv, 2 First 
Tilford Frank, (inn of Ma-raw. Tilford & 

Mills, attorneys. Bolton & Barron's b'dg, 

entrance on Merchant, h. Kearny, near 

Pacitie 
Tilghman W. F. entry clerk, naval office, 

custom ho ■ 
Tilghman Goo. clearance clerk, naval office, 

custom house 
Tillinghast Wm. H. book-keeper, 64 and 66 

California, 2d floor 
Tilinghast Beuj. blacksmith, Pacific 
Tillman E. runner, Drum, bet. California and 

Commercial 
Tillman F. iron safes. 90 Battery 
Tillman John, painter and paper hanger, 113 

i'int. corner Trinity 
Tillman J. L. horse show, 81 Pine 
Tillman Samuel, cook, 84 Commercial 
Tillotson J. H. clerk, countv surveyor's office. 

Oity Hall 
Tillotson Thos. & Co. hardware and cutlery, 

7 Maynard's Row 
Tilton H.' L. book-keeper, at J. D. Hunt 

& Co's. 
Tilton W. F. waterman, beards at Xo. 147 

Sausome 
Tilton Stephen S. dairyman, Presidio road, 2 
miles west of Plaza 



Tillman John J. jeweller, 156 California 
Tilton Joseph S. dairyman, Presidio road, 2 

miles west of Plaza 
Timmerman J. B. & Co. exchange office, cor. 

Clay and Sansome 
Timmons S. W. boots, shoes and leather, 

Merchant, bet. Sansome and Battery 
Tinker & Brown, importers Havana segars. 

Merchant, below Montgomery 
Tinker John, imp'r Havana segars, Merchant, 

below Montgomery 
Tinker John, segars, corner of Kearny and 

Merchant 
Tinker ifc Co. grocers, 200 Kearny and 183 

Jackson 
Tinker. W. W. grocer, 200 Kearny and 183 

Jackson 
Tingley & Carroll, billiard saloon, 155 Com- 
mercial. 2d floor 
Tinglev Wm. billiard saloon, 155 Commerc'l, 

3d floor 
Tingley Geo. B. attorney, 4 Bolton «fc Barron's 

buildings, boards Wilson's Exchange 
Tipler O. S. m. d. surgeon U. S. Army, office 

corner Sacramento and Montgomery 
Tirrcll Geo. scenic artist, boards north side 

2 doors from Kearny 
Tisdel Jas. B. clerk. Merchants' Exchange 
Tisdale Wm. clerk. Cocbitnate Baths 
Titcomb J. li firm Bokee, Titcomb As Co. 59 

and 61 Sacramento 
Titcomb John W. clerk, 29 Commercial, cor. 

Front 
Titcomb A. H. book-keeper, 64 Front 
Titus D. carman. 45 California 
Tobias R. tailor. 2 Ohio 
Tobias James H. caulker, boards at Xo. 129*2 

Jackson 
Tobias A. I. &: Co. general importers, Xo. 4 

Custom House Block 
Tobias A. I. general importer, Xo. 4 Custom 

House Block, h. cor. Union and Stockton 
Tobin Bichard, attorney, office Brenham place 
Tobin Thos. milliners' furnishing store, Xo. 

1 - acrarnento 
Tobin M. E. clerk. 57 Sacramento 
Tobin Wm. F. bar-keeper. 48 Sacramento 
Toby Edward, real estate and stock broker, at 

Sauders «fc Brenham's banking house 
Todd Samuel, sea captain, h. 287 Jackson 
Todd Wm. M. merchant, house Kearny, near 

Union 
Todd John, boots and shoes, Xo.' 128 Clay, 

basement 
Todd A'.viu, gTOcer. 10 First 
Todd John, steward, boards at 29 Leid-dorff 
Todd John, helper, Union Iron Works 
Tolcat T. H. laborer, boards 147 Sansome 
Toler H. clerk to U. S. Land Commissioners, 

148 California, h. John 
Tolmau J. X. clerk, 154 Commercial 
Toland H. H. m. d. office Xagle'3 building, 

boards at Xi antic 
Tolner Chas. barber, 180 Washington 



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Tomkins T. B. butcher, h. Green, bet. Stock- 
ton and Dupont 
Tompkins E. B. grocer, 143 Front 
Tomick A. J. fruit, 165 Commercial 
Tonnick Wm. beer house, Clementine, near 

Ecker 
Toole Christopher, carpenter, h. north side 

Green, bet. Taylor and Mason 
Tootle Thos. carman, 62 Clay 
Tooman Matthew, h. Vallejo, bet. Dupont 

and Stockton 
Toombly W. H. carpenter, No. 194 Kearny, 

basement 
Toomy Henry, com. merchant, No. 64 Front. 

2d floor 
Toplin Dr. boards cor. Spring and Summer 
Topping Ambrose, clerk, 131 Montgomery, 

rooms Wells' building 
Topping G. W. stove dealer, 68 Sansome 
Torrance Bobt. B. tinner, 110 Sansome 
Torrence John, stage carpenter, house 281 

Washington 
Torquet Paul, draughtsman, Vulcan Iron 

Works 
Torrey E. N. house and ship joiner, 201 

California, h. 136 Dupont 
Torrey W. L. house and ship joiner, 201 

California, h. 136 Dupont 
Torrey James M. carpenter, 201 California, 

h. 136 Dupont 
Toshach Francis, Livermore's Exchange, 147 

Sansome 
Touchard Madame, proprietress Mansion 

House, 157 Dupont 
Touhy Peter, laborer, boards 118 Pacific 
Townsend Hon. Ja?. B. attorney, 47 Mont- 
gomery Block, 3d floor 
Townsend L. W. architect, 3 Folsom's build 'g 
Townsend Wm. S. carpenter, h. First, near 

Howard 
Townsend & Flint, lumber merchants, Bat- 
tery, opposite Oriental Hotel 
Townsend B. E. lumber merchant, Battery, 

opposite Oriental Hotel, h. Oriental block 
Townsend Copeland, clerk, Battery, opposite 

Oriental Hotel 
Townsend D. printer, 118 Jackson 
Townsend Judge James B. attorney, office 

Nagle's building 
Townsend L. R. architect, 3 Folsom's iron 

building, California 
Townsend Major E. D. (U. S. Army,) 

Presidio 
Tower A. D. at Wells, Fargo & Co.'s 
Tower Major Z. B. (U. S. engineer,) 118 

Montgomery Block, 4th floor, h. Union, 

between Taylor and Mason 
Tower Charles, boiler maker, Vulcan Iron 

Works 
Tower N. Jr. 118 Montgomery Block, 4th 

floor 
Towne James W. firm of Whitton, Towne & 

Co. 151 Clay 
Towle Wm. saloon, 127 Front 



Towle James, sergeant of police, 4 City Hall 
Toy Chas. laborer, h. Francisco, near Kearny 
Toye H. F. inspector, custom house 
Tozer Chas. H. m. d. 140 Front, 2d floor 
Trannach Richard, h. corner Francisco and 

Dupont 
Trantmann Dr. 85 Bush, 2d floor 
Travers James, livery stable, corner Kearny 

and Broadway 
Travers John, h. cor. Kearny and Broadway 
Travers O. E. carpenter, boards 29 Leidsdorff 
Travis Geo. W. hackman, 166 Kearny 
Travis Daniel, cutter, 176 Clay 
Tracy E. P. firm of Brown, Pratt & Tracy, 

attorneys, 6 and 7 Wells' building 
Tracy Francis J. stone-cutter, 121 Pine 
Tracy James L. at Flint, Peabody & Co.'s 
Tracy Felix, Jr. at Adams & Co.'s Express 
Train H C. boards at Mrs. Carswell's 
Trainer John W. merchant, h. at Trainer's 

Row 
Tranor James, watchman, custom house 
Trape Pierre, restaurant, 84 Pacific 
Trappan Chas. clerk, corner California and 

Sansome 
Tremble Wm. H. lumber yard, 97 and 99 

Broadway 
Trembly Ralph, attorney, office Tallant & 

Wilde's building, 2d floor 
Tread way Joseph, at Wells, Fargo & Co.'s 
Treadwell & Co. general hardware, corner 

California and Battery 
Treadwell L. L. general hardware, corner 

California and Battery 
Treadwell J. P. attorney, 118 Montgomery, 

2d floor, h. corner Stockton and Market 
Treat John, proprietor 8th Ward House, 

Mission Dolores 
Trench Joseph, architect, San Francisco 

Theatre 
Tripler C. S. m. d. 1 Armory Hall, 2d floor 
Tripp & Oughton, pyrotechnists, Merchant, 

below Montgomery 
Tripp S. G. gunsmith, Merchant, below 

Montgomery 
Trippe N. H. at H. C. Hudson's coffee mills 
Tristy Chas. carman, boards Beale, near 

Folsom 
Trofeter L. carman, 73 Battery 
Trounce Thomas, carman, h. corner Jones 

and Union 
Troman J. blacksmith, Gold, between Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
Trowbridge Lieut. W. P. (U. S. Army,) 

Presidio 
Trouette H. m. d. 45 Sansome 
Trouette F. clerk, 45 Sansome 
Trammel Albert, builder, h. 87 Broadway 
Truett & Truett, groceries, provisions and 

liquors, 60 Front 
Truett H. B. groceries, provisions and li- 
quors, 60 Front, h. cor. John and Powell 
Truesdale & Waters, Merchants' Saloon, 76 

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Truett M. F. groceries, provisions and liquors, 

60 Front, h. corner John and Powell 
Truesdale S. V. Merchants' Saloon. 76 Cal. 
Tubbs A. L. ship chandler, 49 Pacific 
Tubbs H. ship chandler, 49 Pacific 
Tucker J. W. jeweller, 125 Montgomery 
Tucker Wm. H. clerk, 84 Battery 
Tucker &. Parent, house and ship joiners, 39 

Davis, 2d floor 
Tucker Daniel N. house aud ship joiner, 39 

Davis, 2d floor 
Tucker G. W. pattern maker, Vulcan Iron 

Works 
Tucker Thos W. miller, City Mills 
Tucker J. J. ex-police officer, City Mall 
Tuckwell George, carriage maker, h. Kearny, 

near Post 
Tuit Peter, clerk, N. W. corner Kearny and 

Dupont 
Tulley Coleman, carman, 42 Battery 
Tunnack Wm. porter house, 16 First 
Turner Mrs. E. H. h. corner Sacramento and 

Buena Vista 
Turner Vi, residence 183 Dupont 
Turner Cephes, soda factory, rear 280 Dupont 
Turner Peter, baker. 302 Washington 
Turner W. B. at Wells, Fargo & Co.'s 
Turner S. J. book-keeper, 52 and 54 Sansome 

2d floor 
Turner, Andariese & Co. shipping and com- 
mission merchants, 91 Battery 
Turner David S. shipping and commission 

merchant, 91 Battery 
Turner Brothers, syrup factory, Jessie, near 

First 
Turner Kobert, svrup factory, Jessie, near 

First 
Turner James, carpenter, 39 Davis, 2d floor 
Turner & Seidell, liquors and segars, 62 Front 
Turner C. 0. liquors and Begara, 62 Front 
Turner Henry S. banker, 104 Montgomery 
Turner H. B. & Co. commission produce, 

storeship Ohio, cor. Pacific and Front 
Turner John, mason, boards 22 First 
Turner George R. firm of Wyman & Turner, 

5 and 6 Express Buildings, 3d floor 
Turnbull J. W. m. d. 178 Montgomery, 2d 

floor 
Turnbull & Walton, commission merchants, 

165 Sansome, cor. Gold 
Turnbull Wm. commission merchant, 165 
Sansome, cor. Gold, h. cor. Harrison 
aud Rincon place 
Turk Frank, attorney and counsellor, office 
James King of Wm.'s building, 2d floor, 
h. N. E. corner Pine and Powell 
Turk B. clothing, 69 Pacific 
Tuska M. clothing, 191 Clay 
Tuttle Wm. S. lumber merchant, 20 Drum . 
Twachtmann & Huber, liquors, Market, be- 
tween Battery and Sansome 
Twachtmann C. liquors, Market, between 

Battery and Sansome 
Twitchell E. intelligence office, 124 Comm'l 



Twithet James, stone-cutter, boards 48 Mont- 
gomery 
Twiggs Henry L. book-keeper, corner Cali- 
fornia and Battery 
Tylie Matthew, steward, 196 Pacific 
Tyler Joseph, wagon maker, at Woodside & 

Browns 
Tyler S. H. machine sewing, 118 Front 
Tyler Owen B. firmofFenner & Tyler, attor- 
neys, 151 Clay, 2d floor 
Tvlerker Wm. express driver, h. 56 Minna 
Tvmerson A. M. clerk. 82 Commarcial 
Tyrnerson A. M. clerk, 82 Commercial 
Tyrell Albert, carpenter, boards 196 Pacific 
Tyson John, nurse, State Marine Hospital 
Tyson William H., Tyson's Exchange, 111 

Commercial 
Tyson Isaac, clerk, corner Market and Main 

Udell K. S. mason, boards 147 Sansome 

Udell Jos. H. printer, ''Evening Journal" 
office 

Uhrig Christian. Arcadia beer house, Kear- 
ny. 1 door from Commercial 

Unman &Corwin. periodical depot, post office 
bnilding 

Ullman Morris, periodical depot, post office 
building 

Ullmer & Feigenbanm, imprs. clothing and 
dry goods, 70 Battery 

Ullmer S. H. dry goods. 77 Battery 

Umbsen Henry, clerk, corner Dupont and 
Sutter 

Underwood G. Ii. h. Webb 

Underwood Bcnj. cook, 41 Pacific 

Underbill Jacob, agent for Thos. Tillotson <fc 
Co. 7 Maynard's Row, h. Bush, near 
Sansome 

Underbill Wm. A. manager Billiard Saloon, 
Bank Exchange, Montgomery Block 

Uuger H. & Co. wholesale hat warehouse, 5 
Custom House Block, 2d floor 

Unger Adolph, importer and jobber, 88 Sac- 
ramento 

Unger A. clerk, 100 Sacramento 

Union Iron and Brass Works, cor. First and 
Mission 

Unz J. jewelry, 37 Montgomery 

Unz Osias, dry goods, Merchant, bet. San- 
some and Montgomery 

Upham Geo. T. firm of G. B. Post & Co. h. 
270 Clay 

Upham John, pump and block maker, Clay, 
bet. Drum and East 

Upham John, firm Mitchell & Upham, foot 
of Clay 

Upson Rev. J. pastor First Congregational 
Society, h. at M. L. Winn's, John st. 

Upton John P. printer, 132 Clay 

Urbana Henry, steward, 6 Commercial 

Urie James, shoe maker, 92 Kearny 

Urie & Gill, saloon, Cunningham's wharf 

Urie Jeremiah, Benecia pilot, residence at J. 
S. Urie's, Cunningham's wharf 



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Urie James S. saloon, Cunningham's wharf 
Urny W. S. hatter, 157 Commercial 
Urrutia Y. importer Havana cigars, 102 

Clay 
Urzynske John, jewelry, 159 Washington 
U. S. Market, Washington, bet. Montgomery 

and Sansome 
Ustick Ford, store keeper, State Marine 

Hospital [Co's. 

Ustick W. L. clerk at Boardman, Bacon & 
Uznay Capt. Chas, 89 Merchant 

Yache Aletander F. m. d. h. Filbert, above 
Powell 

Yache John F. h. Filbert, above Powell 

Yachon A. & Co. engravers, cor. Washing- 
and Montgomery 

Yail D. 0. at Hussey, Bond & Hale's, house 
Prospect place 

Yail C. H. auctioneer, 41 California 

Yaill & Lawson, metal roofers, 33 Leidsdorff 

Vaill J. F. metal roofing, 33 Leidsdorff 

Yalentine Andrew, coffee saloon, 58 Mont- 
gomery 

Yalentine T. B. proprietor Commercial Job 
Printing Office, Sacramento, near Mont- 
gomery, 3d floor 

Yallentine James, builder, house 154 Cali- 
fornio 

Yalier John, clerk, 165 Clay 

Yanarsdalen J. helper, Sutter Iron Works 

Yan Allen W. K. grocer and commission 
merchant, 144 Battery, corner Jackson, 
h. 232 Washington 

Yan Brunt, K. N. 4 Orleans Row 

Yan Bergen John, wines and liquors, 138 
Washington 

Yan Bever Peter, European groceries, Kear- 
ny, opposite Verandah 

Yan Buren D. II jour, printer, "News" office, 
35 Commircial 

Yan Bokkelen J. L. secretary of Fire Depart- 
ment, 105 Jackson, 2d floor 

Vanbuskirk H. teamster, boards 89 Pacific 

Yan Court J. F. carriage trimmer, h. cor. 
Union and Union place 

Yan Court Wm. II. journeyman saddler, 82 
Battery 

Yan Court D. W. Washington Mills, Market, 
near First 

Vance R. H. daguerrean artist, cor. Kearny 
and Commercial, 2d floor 

Yance J. express wagons, 56 Minna 

Yance Thos. express wagons, 56 Minna 

Yander Marsch, syrup manufacturer, 171 
Washington 

Yandelip Edward, butcher, boards 29 Leids- 
dorff 

Vandervoort & Wood, Orleans House, 196 
Pacific 

Vandervoort Jas. A. Orleans House, 196 
Pacific 

Vanderwort Cornelius, laborer, house 15 
Stockton 



Yan Der Hooft J. G. & Co. sail makers, 5 
Sacramento, 3d floor 

Vanderoep H. boiler maker, Sutter Iron 
Works 

Vanderveer Henry, deputy county tax collec- 
tor, City Hall, h. 156 Mason 

Yandenbroeck Mrs. A. saloon, Pacific, bet. 
Montgomery and Kearny 

Yandenbroeck Francois, tailor, Pacific, bet. 
Montgomery and Kearny 

Van De Water John, notary public, 137 Cal- 
ifornia, cor. Montgomery 

Yandewater Garry, laborer, Eclipse Mills 

Vande water G. tinner, boards 1293 e Jackson 

Yan Dyke Jas. caiman, Happy Valley Mills 

Van Fossen Wm. com. mer. Clay, bet. Drum 
and East 

Van Holland Chas. laborer, at Cook, Kenny 
& Co. 

Vanhore Bernard, boots and shoes, 202 
Kearny 

Van Horn F. G. grocer, corner Jessie and 
Ecker 

Vankeuren A. H. clerk, 201 Sansome 

Vanlandingham Thos. residence Bella Union 

Van Lokeren A. book-keeper, 157 Mont- 
gomery 

Yan Loan Walton, at LeCount & Strong's 

Van Loan M. D. clerk, appraiser's office, 
boards Rassette House 

Vanness John P. barding house, 319 Stockton 

Van Nest G. B. clerk at Alta Foundry, Mar- 
ket place 

Van Ness Henry, pilot, h. Pacific, bet. Powell 
and Stockton 

Van Ness James, deputy clerk, District Court, 
h. Mission road 

Yan Name Chas. porter, cor. Battery and 
Union 

Yan Pelt P. book-keeper, Davis & Co's. auc- 
tion store, h. Prospect place 

Van Pelt Peter, clerk, 60 California 

Yan Pelt John H. bottler, at Gihon's soda 
factory 

Van Riper James, carpenter, house 280 
Jackson 

Van Riper H. machinist, Sutter Iron Works 

Van Ronkel J. S clerk, 137 Sacramento 

Yan Renssaelaer J. mer. 142 Montgomery, 
cor. Clay, 2d floor 

Van Straaten J. H. pawn broker, cor. Wash- 
ington and Dupont 

Van Sickle Wm. saddler, 98 Sansome 

Van Sickle Wm. boards at G. W. Chapin's 

Van Santen T. C. book-keeper, 83 Davis 

Vantine Jas. liquors and segars, 64 Front, h. 
Prospect place 

Van Valkenburg Henry, at Adams <fe Co's. 

, Express 

Yanvalkenburg A. firm J. A. McCrea & Co. 

Yan Vleck Aaron, clerk, 33 and 35 Sac- 
ramento 

Yau Vactor J. W. book stand, cor. Com- 
mercial and Davis 





HORTICULTURAL MUSEUM, 






The subscribers take pleasure in announcing to their friends and pat 
rons that they open their Hall as a Museum of Horticulture and Natura 
Sciences. Having now completed our arrangements in Europe and in 
this country, we are enabled to offer to the patrons of this establishmen 
(the first of the kind in California) everything desirable connected with 
the science of Agriculture, Horticulture, and Floriculture. 

Connected with this establishment will be Nurseries, Gardens, Frui 
Orchards, Graperies, and Greenhouses of the proprietors, and therefore 
the patrons can be assured that it is much better for them to send their 
orders to first hands than to those who collect here and there, at auctioi 
and elsewhere, where there can be no certainty of the genuineness of 
what they buy. 

The Nurseries will be extensive, containing several hundred thousan 
trees grown under the eye of the proprietors. The Fruit Garden wi 
contain the choicest Fruits known in Europe and America. 

The Museum will contain specimens of Fruit in Wax, rare and curiou 
specimens of everything else in nature, both in wax and in a dried state 
Oil Paintings, Drawings and Paintings of Fruits, Flowers, &c, togethe 
with specimens in Natural History, Books on Agriculture, Horticulture 
and Botany ; Garden implements of all destriptions and of the most ap 
proved patterns. 

SEEDS. — A large and superior assortment of Garden and Flow 
Seeds, comprising all the new and rare varieties. Field and Grass See; 
of warranted quality, wholesale and retail. The Seeds sold at this es 
tablishment will be warranted pure and genuine, true to their name an< 
preserved in a proper manner. Dealers will receive a liberal discoun 

Boxes of Seeds for exportation at $5 and upwards, so packed that the 
may be safely transported to any part of the world. 

Packages of Flower Seeds, containing twenty varieties of Annuals, 
Biennials and Perennials, neatly packed in boxes, from $3 to $20. 

jg^Separate Catalogues of Fruit and Forest Trees, Vines, Shru 
Evergreens, Dahlias, Roses and Greenhouse Plants, Garden and Ag 
cultural Seeds, may be had on application. 

WARREN & SON, 
Nurserymen, Seedsmen and Florists, 
Musical Hall Building, Bush st., San Francisco 



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137 



Van Voorhees Wm. Surveyor of the Port, h. 

Broadway 
Van Wagner IT. carman, house 298 Pacific 
Van Winkle P. W. offices, X. E. cor. Califor- 
nia and Leidsdorff 
Van Wyck W. clerk. 144 Battery 
Vareene Earnest, at O'Farrell's, bet. Dupont 

and Stockton 
Varney Thomas, salesroom, 1 02 Commercial 
Varney Robt. clerk, 102 Commercial 
Vassault Ferdinand, merchant, 172 Montgom- 
ery, 2d floor, h. 200 Stockton 
Yautier Alexander, inrpor. of perfumery, and 

wig maker, 150 Kearny 
Vaughn Thomas S. cabinet maker, 180 

Montgomery 
Yaughan H. W. gas-titter. LTi Bush 
Vaughen Eugene, trader, h. Fremont 
Veatch Ceo." W. apothecary. U. S, Marine 

Hospital 

Veasey & Co. clothing, 100 Battery, 2d floor 
Veazic S. M. stove-. 78 Davis . 
Vecchio Oliver Del, paints, oils and glass, 

cor. Sansome and California, h. Vallpjo, 

above Stockton 
Veeiler James, bar-keeper, 72 Davis 
Veirs Jesse E. book-keeper, 163 Sacramento 
Venberer P.' grocer, cor. Washington and 

Dupont 
Venker F. grocer, cor. Third and Everett 
Vennigerholz J. G. grocer, cor. Sacramento 

and Kearny, and cor. Third and Sherwood 

place, h. Sherwood place 
Verdier Brothers <fc Co. imprs. dry goods, 

152 Kearny 
Verplanck & McMullin, groceries and liquors. 

69 Front 
Verplanck Philip, groceries and liquors, 69 

Front 
Ver Mehr Rev. J. L. reotor Grace Church, h. 

Powell, near Jackson 
Vernon J. P. clerk, cor. Front and Jackson 
Vignes A. saloon, 4 Sacramento 
Vigneaux E. clerk, 64 Front, 2d floor 
Vigoureau Augustus, lumber merchant, Mar- 
ket street wharf 
Viner J. H. trader, h. 313 Powell 
Vinson Jas. H. comedian, American Theatre 
Vinson Frederick, seaman, boards 20 Stev'sn 
Vinton W. G. sash maker, boards 129)^ 

Jackson 

Vincanot Pirea, restaurant, 265 Dupont 
Vincent Wm. H. firm of Hale & Vincent, 

167 Sansome 
Viney Geo. machinist, 51 Jackson 
Virgin Capt Geo. W. shipping merchant, 1% 

Commercial, 2d floor 
Vischer Edward, real estate agent, 105 and 

107 Montgomery 
Voelker & Koll, U. S. Brewery, 35 Montg'y 
Voelker G., U. S. Brewery, 35 Montgomery 
Vogan James, bar-keeper, 29 Leidsdorff 
Vogle Peter & Co. American Hotel, 65 

Montgomery 



Voigt G. liquor store, 110 Broadway 
Voigt Louis, proprietor Eberhardt's Saloon 

Montgomery Block, basement 
Volkert John, cooper, 16 Leidsdorff 
Volpillac Stephen, grocer, 145 Pacific 
Von Hadeln John, grocer, N, W. corner 

Powell and Vallejo 
Von Poellnitz Dr. office 164 Commercial, 2d 

floor 
Voorhees B, F. merchant, h. 184 Montgom- 
ery. 2d floor 
Voorman Henry, grocer. 71 Montgomery 

A. carpenter, boards Alta Hotel 
Vosburg A. J. carpenter, boards Franklin 
! louse 
■ . AV. batcher, corner Bush and Dupont 
Vose Thos. laborer, boards 29 Leidsdorff 
Vreeland Israel, bar-keeper, cor. Dupont and 

Washington 
Vreeland E. B. inspector, appraiser's store 
Vulcan Iron Works, First, fronting on Mel- 
ius and Fremont 

Wabar X. shoemaker. 71 Kearny 
Wadsworth <fe Rafesies, ship and merchan- 
dise brokers, 129 Sansome, 2d floor 
Wadsworth Wm. R. ship and merchandise 

broker, 129 Sansome, 2d floor 
Wadsworth B. C. clerk, 129 Sansome, 2d fl'r 
WaiWorth & Rockwell, hardware, corner 

Montgomery and Merchant 
Wadsworth J. C. L, hardware, corner Mont- 
gomery and Merchant 
Wadsworth H. F. clerk, corner Montgomery 

and Merchant 
Wadsworth Amos, carpenter, 103 Broadway 
Wadsworth H. F. h. 7. Prospect place 
Wadsworth Hiram W. clerk, 169 Clay 
Wadsworth Harry, carman, at Bluxome's 

coal yard 
Wadsworth E. R. National Hotel, 76 Pacific 
Wadsworth J. B. merchant, 65 California 
Wade John E. 221 Pacific 
Wade O. R. commission merchant, 83 Wash. 
Wade John, ale and porter merchant, 17)^ 

Sacramento 
Wade D. house Mission road 
Waddell Wm. engineer, 78 Jackson 
Wadhams Wm. carman, at Fairbanks & Co.'s 
Wadbams L. carman, at J. D. Hunt & Co.'s 
Waddington Alfred, wholesale grocer, S. E, 

corner Davis and Jackson 
Wagner Adolph, shoemaker, 22)^ Sacram'to 
Wagner E. segars, corner Pacific and Davis 
Wagner Wm. steward, 46 Sacramento 
Waggoner C. butcher, Franklin Market, 99 

Bush 
Waggoner J. saloon, 210 Kearny 
Wagoner F. O. carpenter, h. 368 Powell 
Wager Henry A. driver of Smith & Farr's 
Express wagons, Centre street, Mission 
Dolores 
Wagstaff Capt. R. shipping master, Drum, 
between California and Sacramento 



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Wagnier Louis, coffee house, 287 Dupont 
Wainwright Edward, gardener, h. Flbert, be- 
tween Jones and Leavenworth 
Wainwright Wm. 148 Commercial 
Wainwright, Eandall & Co. real estate and ! 

stock auctioneers, 100 Merchant 
Wainwright James E. real estate and stock 
auctioneer, 100 Merchant, h. Green, be- 
tween Dupont and Stockton 
Wainwright Samuel, clerk, 48 Clay 
Waitt A. C. book-keeper, Page, Bacon & Co. 
Wait A. mason, h. Russ lane 
Wait S. & Co. grocers, cor. Davis and Jack. 
Wakeman F. O. at Burgoyne <t Co's, h. 

Pleasant Valley 
Wakeman T. A. cashier Nicaragua S. S. Co. 

cor. Leidsdorff and Sacramento 
Wakeman A. C. office X. E. corner Califor- 
nia and Leidsdorff 
Wakefield T. laborer, boards 129*o Jackson 
Walker Chas. carman, h. Powell, near Union 
Walker W. cashier at B. Davidson's bank 
Walker T. J. clerk at A. J. Pope's, corner 

Pine and Battery 
Walker Thos. W. importer and jobber, 99 

Battery 
Walker H. W. commission merchant, corner 

Battery & Sacramento, 2d floor 
Walker Lewis, stall 5 New World Market, 

h. Montgomery, near Bush 
Walker Andrew, carman, cor. Pine and Davis 
Walls Wm. laborer, h. Virginia, between 

Pacific and Jackson 
Walls David, carpenter, boards 1 96 Pacific 
Wail Patrick, carman, h. cor. California and 

Stockton 
Wallace Patrick, carpenter, h. 260 Clay 
Wallace Chas. m. d. h. 182 Caalifornia 
Wallace Chas. W. porter, 74 Battery 
Wallace John, watchman, Sutter Iron Works 
Wallace Wm. boiler maker, 51 Jackson 
Wallace Joseph, tinner, 110 Sansome 
Wallace John T. clerk, 171 Sacramento 
Wallace David, property man, San Francisco 

Theatre 
Walsh John, police officer, City Hall 
Walsh Joseph, m. d. (U. S. N.) firm R. Mc- 
Caffrey & Co. 78 Pacific 
Walsh James, bar-keeper, 1 Commercial 
Walsh James, boards at Jones' Hotel 
Walsh Simon T. real estate agent, 186 "Wash- 
ington, boards Columbia House 
Waldier C. saloon, 230 Pacific 
Wallen Capt. Henry D. (U. S. Army,) h. 

4 Vallejo 
Wain Wm. Jr. cashier's clerk, custom house, 

h. Stockton, below Clay 
Walley David, Golden Gate Bakery, 208 Glay 
Walbridge Dustan, carriage maker, Kearny, 

near Post 
Walbridge James H. pressman, Commercial 

job printing office, h. rear 100 Pine 
Wallis Joseph S. clerk, h. 118 Pine 
Walkum J. coach painter, 91 Kearny 



Walter G.F. & Co. clothing, 113 Montg'y 
Walter & Co. Tammany Hall, 37 Merchant 
AValter Frank, saloon, 37 Merchant 
Waller & Dodge, attorneys, 90 Merchant 
Waller Royal H. attorney, and commissioner 

for Ohio, 90 Merchant, h. Montgomery, 

between Green and Union 
Waller Edwin, inspector, custom house 
Waller D. Wilmarth, tragedian, boards at 

Mrs. Leland's, California 
Waller Mrs. Emma, vocalist, boards at Mrs. 

Leland's, California 
Walton Wm. F. firm of Turnbull & Walton, 

165 Sansome, house corner Pacific and 

Mason 
Walton N. C. commission merchant, 96 Cal. 
Walton David H. cook, Franklin House 
Walton R. & Co. produce commission mer- 
chants, 36 Clay 
Walton John, deputy collector of customs, h. 

Lombard, near Taylor 
AVales Jonathan, boots and shoes, 96 San- 
some, 2d floor, h. 171 Sansome 
Wampole S. M. book-keeper, 42 Battery 
Wanda B. & Co. stoves, tin and sheet iron, 

120 Sansome 
W r arbass Thos. A. general agency, 150 Mont- 
gomery, 2d floor 
Warren Mrs. Sarah A. (widow,) boarding 

house, 23 Pike 
Warren J. waterman, North Beach 
Warren C. J. book-keeper at Annan, Tal- 

mage & Co.'s 
Warren Wm. S. clerk, corner Battery and 

Sacramento 
Warren & Vigoureau, lumber merchants, 

Market street wharf 
Warren Geo. A. lumber merchant, Market 

street wharf 
i Warren Russell, shipping and commission 

merchant, corner Drum and Clay 
| Warren & Son, horticultural rooms, Meiggs' 

Hall. Bush 
Warren Jas. L. L. F. horticultural rooms, 

Meiggs' Hall, Bush 
1 Warren John Q A. horticultural rooms, 

Meiggs' Hall, Bush 
j Warren Charles, police officer, City Hall 
; Warren Henry S. foreman " Evening Picay- 
une" office, h. Stockton, between Clay 

and Washington 

j Warner John J. ranchero, Mission Dolon 

Warner Mrs. h. cor. Kearny and Sacrament 

Warner Wm. stock and money broker, 15' 

Montgomery 
Warner George, clerk, 193 Clay 
Warner Theodore, trader in live stock, 5; 

and 54 Sansome 
Warner Chas. M. painter, 148 Pacific, boards 

at What Cheer House 
Warner Alexander, merchant, 67 Jackson 
Warner Abram, butcher, 9 Commercial 
Wardwell Albert, h. Post, between Kearny 

and Montgomery 



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Ward well J. B. book-keeper, Union Iron 

Works 
Wardwell C. 0. & Co. commission merchants, 

50 California, 2d floor 
Wardwell A. M. commission merchant, 50 

California, 2d floor 
Wardwell G. C. police officer, h. Happy 

Valley 
Wardlee Wm. miller, 94 Kearny 
Warlock John, blacksmith, Summer 
Ward Jas. C. commission merchant, 127 
Montgomery, 2d floor, h. corner First 
and Harrison 
Ward Ransom, saloon. 148 Commercial 
Ward T. laborer, Market-st. Stores, corner 

Fremont and Market 
Ward Isaac M. post office, h. 261 Clay 
Washburn R. W. at Wells, Fargo & Co.'s 
Washburn & Co. wholesale grocers and com- 
mission, corner California and Front 
Washburn E. H. wholesale grocer and com- 
mission merchant, corner California and 
Front, h. corner Sansome and Bash 
Washburn & Todd, grocers, 10 First 
Washburn James M. grocer, 10 First 
Washburn Jerry, porter, 41 California 
Washington Mills, Market, near First 
Washington Frank, teamster, h. cor. Beale 

and Harrison 
Washington B. F. editor " Times and Tran- 
script," Sacramento, next door to Ar- 
mory Hall 
Wason Archibald, painter, at J. W. Denny's 
Wass, Molitor & Co. assayers, 89 Merchant 
Wass S. assayer, 89 Merchant, h. corner 

Merchant and Montgomery 
Watson George, carman, h. alley, bct> Pacific 

and Broadway 
Watson James, saloon, 243 Pacific 
Watson James, 114 Broadway 
Watson David, M. d. office '• Alta" building 
Watson Adams, blacksmith. Union Iron 

Works 
Watson James A. inspector, custom house 
Watson John S. clerk, custom house 
Watson John S. & Co. painters, N. E. cor. 

Sansome and Washington 
Watson John S. painter, N. E. cor. Sansome 
and Washington, house Union, above 
Powell 
Watson Geo. F. upholsterers, 72 Merchant, 

2d floor 
Watkin John,h. Green, between Dupont and 

Stockton 
Watkins James E. tinner, 174 Kearny, base- 
ment 
Watkins John, cabinet maker, 129 California 
W r atkins R. J. watchman, custom house 
Watkius Carleton, clerk, at G. W. Murray & 

Co's. Montgomery Block 
Watts James, builder, end Maiden lane, h. 
Sacramento, between Kearny and Mont- 
gomery 
Watts Henry, 151 Commercial 



Watkinson Abel, h. Howard, near Third 
Watterhouse Hamblin, h. Minna 
Watts AVilliam, boarding house, 35 First 
Watts Mrs. Maria, boarding house, 35 First 
Watts Robert, engineer, Phcenix Saw Mills 
Watts David, proprietor Orleans House, 196 

Pacific 
Watt Jas. tinner, boards 20 Stevenson 
Waters Wm. A. tinner, 144 Sacramento 
Waters J. M. 32 Battery 
Waters A. carman, 81 Eront, h. Pine, bet. 

Dupont and Kearny 
Waters T. bar-keeper, Jackson, near East 
Waters & Jovce, contractors, Trinity, near 

Bush 
Waters Wm. P. contractor, Trinity, near 

Bush 
Waters G. L. Merchants' Saloon, 76 Califor- 
nia, h. Pike 
Waters James, porter, Bank Exchange, 

Montgomery Block 
Watters Geo. boarding house, 60^ Pacific 
Waterson D. helper. Sutter Iron VVorks 
Waterson Thomas, blacksmith, Union Iron 

Works 
Watriss Frank, stalls 14 and 1C Xew World 

Market 
Watrons Chas. commission merchant, 63 

Washington 
Weaver G. M. printer, house cor. Minna and 

Jane 
Weaver & Blasdel, produce com. mer. Clay, 

bet. Drum and East 
Weaver G. W. produce com. mer. Clay, bet. 

Drum and East 
Weaver Henry jr. saddler, 130 Sansome 
Webb Charlton, painter, hsuse Union, near 

Powell 
Webb W. H. L. painter, house Union, near 

Powell 
Webb S. P. attorney, and commissioner for 

Mass., Maine, N. H. and R. J. 161 Mont- 
gomery 
Webb Frank, carman, Mason, near Union 
Webb Henry, builder, 160 Battery 
Webb P L. carpenter, boards 114 Pacific 
Webb & Harris, commission merchants, 99 

Front 
Webb Hiram, com. mer. 99 Front, h. Green, 

bet. Powell and Mason 
Webb John M. clerk, at Case, Heiser & Co's. 
Webb C. C. firm Lord & Webb, blank books 

and stationery, 132 Sansome, h. Mont- 
gomery, near Green 
Webb G. W. clerk, 132 Sansome 
Webber G. manfacturer boots and shoes, 168 

Clay 
Webber W. N. clothing, 212 Kearny 
Webber Elijah, carpenter, boards at G. W. 

Chapin's 
Weber [Herman, editor "Freie Presse" 109 

Clay, 2d floor 
Weber Jacob, jeweller, 117 Montgomery, 2d 

floor 



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"Webster D. M. gents' furnishing, 123 Wash- 
ington 
Webster Samuel, printer, 151 Clay 
Webster Theodore, clerk, 194 Kearny, boards 

23 Pike 
Webster George W. carpenter, boards Frank- 
lin House 
Webster Frank E. commission merchant, 63 

Clay 
Webster Hsrace, book-keeper, 81 Front 
Webster J. printer, "Ledger" office, 148 Clay 
Webster Wm. D. flour packer, 25 First 
Webster Henry A. com. mer. cor. Union and 

Battery 
Week L. E. book-keeper, 157 Jackson 
Weed Jos. house 337 Powell and 146 Broad- 
way 
Weed Samuel R. News Boys' Head Quar- 
ters, 152 Montgomery, h. 337 Powell 
Weed Jos. H. locksmith, 67 California, h. 

cor. Filbert and Montgomery 
Weed Samuel R. clerk, "Daily Commercial 

Advertiser" office 
Weeks T. D. & Co. gilders, 5 iron building, 

Sansome, opposite Tehama House 
Weeks J. D. bar-keeper, Oakley's Saloon 
Wegteman L. house Kearny, bet. Union and 

Green 
Wehrle A. City Brewery, Kearny, bet. -Post 

and Market 
W 7 eir J. B. importer and dealer in butter, 48 

Front 
Weiler T. B. boarding house, 69 Pine 
Weil D. engraver, 134 Montgomery, 3d floor 
Weill Eli, h. 240 Clay 
Weill Morris, porter, 60 California 
Weihe Augustus, cigars, 161 Kearny 
Weih Harvy, porter, 42 and 44 California 
Weiner, Conn & Mayer, com. mer. 172 Mont- 
gomery, 2d floor 
Weilent H> clerk, 62 Battery 
Welling Charles, boards corner Pacific and 

Kearny 
Welling J. W. grocer, 4 Washington 
Welch Thomas, carman, h. S. E. cor. Pacific 

and Powell 
Welch Jos. W. carrier, h. 152 Bush 
Welch Jas. M. carpenter, boards 144 Clay 
Welch A. commission merchant, cor. Davis 

and Washington 
Welsh A. purser U, S. Navy, Argenti's build- 
ing, 4th floor, front room 
Welsh John, laborer, appraiser's office, h. cor. 

Mason and Greenwich 
Welsh Walter, clerk, at Oliver & Buckley's 
Welsh Chas. hides and skins, 74 California. 

2d floor 
Welhoff M. cigars, 211 Kearny 
Wellner Chas. 200 Jackson 
Wells B. F. carpenter, boards 221 Sacram'to 
Wells Henry J. attorney, office Brenham place 
Wells Jacob L. carriage maker, 91 Kearny 
Wells, Fargo & Co. express office, cor. Cali- 
fornia and Montgomery, Brannan's block 



Wells J. P. clothing, 154 Commercial 
Wells F. H. attorney, office Argenti's build'g, 

3d floor 
Wells, Haight & Gary, attorneys, office Post- 
office building, 2d floor 
W r ells Joseph B. attorney, Post-office building, 

2d floor 
Wells Geo. groom, at Oriental Stables 
Wells Wm. Y. firm o<" Whelpley & Wells, 

"Daily Com. Advertiser" office, No. 146 

Montgomery 
Wells Robt. & Co. com. merchants, junction 

Davis, Market, Pine and Beale 
AVells Alex, associate justice Supreme Court, 

City Hall 
Wells Michael H. clerk "Picayune" office, 123 

Sacramento 
Wells A. R. stair builder, 196 Sansome 
Wcllman B. merchant, 65 Jackson, 2d floor 
Weiler J. B. attorney, Nagle'a building 
Weiler Peter H. butcher, stall 3 New World 

Market 
Weiler Geo. F. clerk, at Case, Heiser & Co's. 
Weiler Chas. L. examiner, appraiser's office, 

h. Green, above Powell 
Wellington H. mason, boards 147 Sansome 
AVendall J. S. saddler, 75 California 
Wenderoth A. firm of Nahl & Wenderoth, 79 

Broadway 
Wentworth Chas. carpenter, boards at No. 

221 Sacramento 
Wentworth Eli, lumber, doors, &c. cor. Pine 

and Battery 
AYentworth J. J. engineer, 149 Battery 
Wentworth N. grocer, 67 Pacific 
Wentworth John P. H. "Evening Journal" 

office, 120 Commercial 
AVentworth Lewis, marker, billiard saloon, 

Bank Exchange, Montgomery Block 
AVeuzel G. L. cooper, Jackson, near Sansome 
Wensinger F. S. clerk, 109 Battery 
AA r ertheimer L. furnishing, 192 Washington 
AVerner Michael, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
AYerthman R. real estate ag't, 137 California, 

corner Montgomery 
AA r erlin Geo. boot manf. 242 Montgomery 
AVerlter E. Oriental Bakery, Montgomery, 

near Broadway 
West Chas. H. stcck and money broker, 157 

.Montgomery, h. A r irginia, 3 doors from 

Jackson 
West Jas. K. speculator, house Mason, near 

Union 
A\ r cst Benjamin L. clerk, corner Stockton and 

Sacramento 
AVest John, h. 7 St. Alary 's 
AVest J. Jr. clothing, 166' AVashington, house 

John, bet. Powell and Mason 
AVest Chas. O. com. merchant, 105 Front, 2d 

floor, h. John, 2 doors from Powell 
West Joseph R. merchant, 51 Sacramento, 2d 

floor, h. 287 Washington 
AA r est James, sail maker, 67 Davis, 2d floor 
AVest B. F. cider factory, 138 Front 




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CAPITAL, $500,000. 



Henry Wells, Edwin B. Morgan, 

Johnston Livingston, D. X. Barney, 
Elijah P. Williams, W. J. Pardee. 



Wm. G. Fargo, 
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A. Reynolds. 



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NEW YORK— 16 Wall street; D. N. Barney, Resident Director and 
Manager. 

SAN FRANSISCO— Express Buildings. Montgomery street; W. J. Par- 
dee, Resident Director and Manager. 

PARIS— 8 Place de la Bourse; W. H. Babbitt, Agent. 

Wells, Fargo & Co. dispatch an Express, 

in charge of Special Messengers, on EACH of the regular Steamers run- 
ning between New York and San Francisco, both by the PANAMA and 
NICARAGUA' ROUTES. Treasure and Small Parcels received for 
shipment by either route up to the latest moment. INSURANCE effected 
in the best Companies. 

Our EXPRESS to EUROPE is dispatched via New York, and the 
steamers of the " Collins' Line." 

We send Daily Expresses lo Sacramento and Stockton, 

Our Express for PORTLAND and the interior of Oregon, is dis- 
patched by thfr Steamers of the P. M. S. S. Company. 

ON NEW YORK, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA, ST, LOUIS, 

And most of the Principal Towns in the Atlantic States- 



''or the convenience of those of our customers who may require it, 
our Banking Department will be open to receive deposits eyery SATUR- 
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141 



AVest Mrs. Maria, saloon, 54 Montgomery 
West Francis H. inspector, custom house 
Westley Thornton, book-keeper, 33 and 35 

Sacramento 
Weselsky J. J. tailor, 125 Kearny 
AVestervelt Aaron, h. Spring street. 
Wester Andrew, Jefferson Market, No. 241 i 

Dupont 
Wester Moses P. porter, 106 Battery 
Westerlo E. book-keeper, at Page, Bacon 

& Go's. 
Westgale William, firm of Chase & Co. soda 

factory 
Westedt G. & Co. California bakery, corner 

Vallejo and Battery 
Westhoff Bodolfo, office 141 Montgomery, h. 

Green, bet. Stockton aud Dupont 
Westcott E. F. clerk, No. 4 Empire Block, 

Calilbrnia 
Westcott E. G. firm of DuBois & Westcott, 

stevedores, 90 Front 
Westcott C. B. blacksmith. 20 First 
Weston F. E. Branch Hotel, 40 Sansome 
Weston Daniel, cook, 43 Sansome 
AVeston J. Jr. firm of S. O. Brigham & Co. 

30 Battery 
Wetherhed A. E. h. corner of Taylor and 

Lombard 
Wetherby >. F. at Branch Hotel 
Wetherbee Chas. E. 115 Battery 
Wetherbee H. & Co. lumber merch'ts, Market 

street wharf 
AVctherbee C. H. lumber merchant, 16 Cali- 
fornia, h. Eddy, bet. Taylor and Jones 
Wetekin Henry, barber, 119 Sacramento 
Wetmore Jesse L. contractor aud builder, 

cor. Montgomery and Bush 
Wetmore W. C. h. Clark's Point 
Wever Daniel, shoemaker, h. Kearny, near 

Green 
AVeygant F. E. & Co. National Temperance 

House, 32 and 34 Sacramento 
Weyl & Feres, clothing, 109 Commercial 
Whan Tho.-. N. merchant. 40 (.'lay, 2d floor 
AVhalen Jeremiah, inspector, custom house 
Whaling J. AV. & Co. undertakers, No. 171 

Sacramento 
Whaling J. W. county coroner aud under- 
taker. 171 Sacramento, h. Minna, betw'n 
Second and Third 
Wheelock Mrs J. fancy goods, 207 Clay 
AVheelock 11. E. teller, at Tallant k Wi'lde's 
AVheeloek A. G. importer of carpets and oil 

cloths, Montgomery, 1 door X. Clay 
Whelau Wm. clerk. 83 Commercial 
AVheelan Fcter. pressman, '*CaL Chronicle" 
office, h. corner Washington aud Powell 
I Whelan's agency and intelligence office, 83 
Commercial 
Whelan William, intelligence office, No. 83 
Commercial 
I Wheatou George H. firm of Mitchell & Co. 

Sansome 
| Wheatou James, 84 Montgomery 



AVheaton A. S. & Co. lumber merchants, 

junction California and Market 
Wheaton A. S. lumber merchant, junction 

California and Market, h. Hardie place 
Wheelwright A. Pacific coal depot, Halleck 
Wheelwright Samuel, carpenter, boards at 35 

First 
Wheelwright James, steward, at Alden's 

Branch 
Whetstone Henry S. firm of Dow & Co. No. 

4 Mavnard's row 
Wheeler AV. H. clerk. 92 Battery, 2d floor 
Wheeler & Spear, sash and blind manufact'rs, 

Market street wharf 
AVheeler E. F. sash and blind manfr. Market 

street wharf 
Wheeler Alonzo, com merchant, 84 and 86 

Davis 
AVheeler Frank, gvmnasium, No. 37 Battery, 

2d floor 
Wheeler E. T. mason, boards at Franklin 

Hotel 
AVheeler Alfred, attorney, cor. Merchant and 
Montgomery, h. corner of Lombard aud 
Dupont 
Whearty F. jour, baker, Ecker. near Mission 
Whearty Jus. jour, baker. FYker, near Mission 
AVherman Henry, grocer. -17 Sansome . 
Whelpley & AVells, editors and proprietors 
"Daily Com. Advertiser,*' 146 Mont- 
gomery 
AA'helpley Jas. D. editor aud proprietor "Daily 

Com. Advertiser." 146 Montgomery 
White T. J. m. d. S. M. Hospital 
White Wm. boatman, h. corner Mason and 

Greenwich 
White T. J. m. d. office and house N. W. cor. 

Stockton and Jackson 
White E. m p. office and house A'irginia, near 

Jackson 
AVhite H. B. m. d. office No. 76 Montgomery 

Block, 3d floor, h. 257 Stockton 
AVhite Geo. paiuter, 291 Dupont 
AVhire D. saloon, 211 Kearny 
AVhite Wm. h. St. Mary's 
AVhite Henry, barber, 83 Kearny 
AVhite J. J. constable, Fourth Township, h. 

Mission, near 2d toll-gate 
White & Balch. stalls 17 and 19 New World 

Market 
White G. W. stalls 17 and 19 New AVorld 

Market 
White Leander. stasre driver, for Dillon, Hedge 

£ Co 
White Thomas, sergeant-at-arms of Board of 

Assistant Aldermen 
AVhite ..V Wentworth, lumber, doors, &c. cor. 

Pine and Battery 
White John C. lumber, doors, &c. cor. Pine 

and Batterv, h. 47 Minna 
White W. rttorney, 154 Pacific, 2d floor 
White J:;mes, boards at Star House, Fremont 
White Thomas, clerk, 11 Commercial 
! AVhite & Elliott, Lodge Saloon, 3 Jackson 



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White Chas. W. produce, Clay street wharf 
White Wra. A. Lodge Saloon, 3 Jackson 
White Wm. A. groceries and liquors, No. 

134 Front 
White John, saloon, 43 Sansome 
White F. proprietor Winthrop House 
White A. S. printer, "Temperance Organ," 

151 Clay, 2d floor 
White Robert, mail clerk, "S. F. Herald" off. 
White Thos. clothing, 68 Commercial 
White & Wilson, merchants, Merchant, bet. 

Battery and Sansome 
White Joseph, merchant, Merchant, between 

Battery and Sansome 
White Wm. H, com. merchant, cor. Sansome 

and Jackson, 2d floor 
White S. G. & Co. hatters, 179 Clay 
White Bev. A. F. depository Pacific Tract 

Society, over Winn's Fountain Head, 

boards at Rev. W. C. Pond's 
White Thos. Jr. proprietor of White House, 

Mission road 
White Thos. W. labortr, IT. S. Bonded ware- 
house, cor. Union and Battery 
White Daniel, firm of Goodwin & White, cor. 

Merchaut and Montgomery, basement 
Winston H. D. 42 First 
Whitcomb Moses, real estate, 148 Sansome, 

h. Powell, near Washington 
Whitcomb E. carpenter, rear of 368 Powell 
Whitcomb A. C. attorney, office 15 Wells' 

building 
Whidden "Wm. blacksmith, 89 Pine 
Whitacre W. T. jour printer, "Times & Tran- 
script" office 
Whitehouse Thomas, carpenter, h. Union, bet. 

Kearny and Dupont 
Whitecough Samuel, carpenter, boards at 

Sutter Hotel 
Whitney Mrs. H. B. saloon, 143 Commercial 
Whitney Wm. h. N. side Union, bet. Kearny 

and Dupont 
Whitney James P»m.d. office Brenham place, 

h. John, bet. Powell and Mason 
Whitney P. M. clerk, 137 Sacramento 
Whitney Geo. 0. furniture, 159 Sacramento 
Whitney Wm. J. furniture, 159 Sacramento 
Whitney Chas. clerk, 186 Montgomery 
Whitney James, book-keeper, cor. California 

and Davis 
Whitney B. G. clerk, 7 Washington 
Whitney Granville A. Shades Saloon, No. 73 

Commercial, h. Washington place 
W r hitney Lieut. W. IT. C. (U. States Army,) 

Parrott's building 
Whitney 0. S. gauger. custom house 
AVhipple John D. bar-keeper, Jones' Hotel 
Whipple Jos. A. jour, carpenter, Stevenson, 

near Second 
Whipple & Co. lumber merchants, 20 Drum 
Whipple W. lumber merchant, 20 Drum 
Whipple Stephen B. h. 160}o Commercial 
Whipple Albert, h. 160)fe Commercial 
Whippo Otto, World Saloon, 6 Kearny 



Whiting James W. carman, h. cor. Geary and 

O'Farrell 

Whiting & Co. wines and liquors, 99 Calif'na | 
Whiting M. S. wines and liquors, No. 99 I 

California, h. 13 John 
Whiting W. J. produce raiser and dealer, 

Spring Valley, Presidio road 
Whiting W. H. C. (1st Lieut. U. S. Corps 

Engineers.) No. 68 Montgomery Block, 

3d floor 
Whigman R. S. Sacramento, bet. Sansome 

and Battery, h. Clementine, near Ecker 
Whitmore H. M. merchant, 52 California, 2d 

floor 
Whitstead Edward, clothing, 55 Commercial 
W r hitford John F. beer house, 92 Kearny 
Whittelsey E. T. clerk, 156 Battery 
Whittlesey F. C. packer, boards at Franklin 

Hotel 
Whitton,Towne & Co. book and job printers, 

1 51 Clay, 3d floor 
Whit ton Abel, book and job printers, No. 151 

Clay, 3d floor, house Washington, above 

Taylor 
Whitteu W. S. tinner, 87 Montgomery 
Whitlesy Frederick, steward, Irving House 
Whittle D. hardware, Kearny, bet'wn Sutter 

and Post 
Whittle Mrs. M. millinery, Kearny, bet.Sutter 

and Post 
Whitaker W. A. com. merchant, 91 Battery, 

boards at Wilson's Exchange 
AVhitman S. P. stalls 5 and 7 Pacific Market, 

boards at Niantic 
Whitman Jos. pattern maker, Alta Foundry 
Whilelaw John, 7 Broadway 
Whitfield Thomas, laborer, h. Montgomery, 

near Broadway 
Whitnell J. S. steward, at Crescent City 

Hotel 
Whitnall J. L. steward, at Golden Gate Hotel 

corner Davis and Oregon 
Whoolf, Phillips & Co. patent steam bakery, 

30 Battery 
Wiard Edward, firm of Goddard & Co. First, 

between Mission and Howard 
Wickman Wm. boarding house, 33 Davis 
Widber J. H. furniture, 164 Sacramento 
Wiener, Cohn & Mayer, com. merchants, 172 

Montgomery, 2d floor 
Wightmau A. C. upholsterer, 172 Clay 
Wightman John G clerk, 145 aud 147 Clay 
Wigmore A. carpenter, boards at 89 Pacific 
Williams Edward, butcher, cforner Market 

and Jauson, house rear 
Williams John S. builder, 40 Green 
Williams H. C. h. Bucna Vista, near Cal. 
Williams & Severance, soda water factory, 

Vallejo, between Dupont and Stockton 
W r illiams Lewellyn, soda water factory, Val- 
lejo, between Dupont and Stockton 
Williams John, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
Williams Wm. F. h. Third, between Everett 

and Mission 



GEO. <X WHITNEY, 






DEALER IN 




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OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 



Old Stand, 159 Sacramento street, 

NEAR THE CORNER OF KEARNY, 




Would inform his Friends and Customers that he is making NEW 
AND EXTENSIVE 



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and is at all times prepared to furnish every article in his line on the 
most REASONABLE TERMS. 

His Goods are all bought at the Manufactories, and shipped by an 
Agent residing in the East ; and the prices will be guarantied as low as 
can be found at any other concern in California. 



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Williams Jas. S. cook, 211 Kearny 
Williams A. C. clerk, cor. Pine and Montg'y 
Williams John H. firm Cooke Brothers & Co. 
Williams B. apothecary, 132 Kearny 
Williams' A. attorney, Babe's building, 2d 

floor 
Williams C. H. at H. H. Hudson's coffee 

mills 
Williams Thomas, engineer, h. Yallejo, be- 
tween Sansome and Montgomery 
Williams Paul, packer, boards 129 % Jack. 
Williams Franklin, firm of Paul <fc Co. Frank- 
lin job office, 186 Montgomery 
Williams Richard, bar-keeper, 16 First 
Williams W. blacksmith, Gutter Iron Works 
Williams J. W. commission merchant, corner 

Market and Main 
Williams John, blacksmith, 123 Mission 
Williams Wm. B. carpenter, boards 35 First 
Williams John, coppersmith, rear 10 First 
Williams Henry B. 130 California 
Williams S. H. architect, 131 California. 2d 

floor 
Williams & Moore, house and sign painters, 

26 California 
Williams A. J. house and sign painter, 26 

California 
Williams Wm. AV. carman, 6 Sacramento 
Williams & Hutchinson, saloon, 13 California 
Williams G. saloon. 13 California 
Williams Franklin, bar-keeper. 14 Sacram'to 
Williams James, laborer, 62 Clay 
Williams Charles, laborer, 62 Clay 
Williams W. it Son, grocers, 76 Davis 
Williams John M. grocer, 76 Davis 
Williams E. Clipper Saloon, 25 Davis 
Williams F. lumber merchant, corner Mont- 
gomery and Bush 
W r illiams Andrew, grocer, 6 First 
Williams J. J. attorney, Sacramento, near 

Montgomery, 2d floor, h. corner Union 

and Kearny 
Williams Rev. Albert, pastor First Presby- 

teriau Church, house California, above 

Dupont 
Williams Paul, laborer, 140 Sansome 
Williams Wm. 0. clothing, 71 Pacific 
Williams J. wood and coal yard, 195 Stock. 
Williams B. wood and coal yard, 195 Stock. 
Williams Chas. H. S. attorney, Howard's 

buildiug, 2d floor 
Williams Henry F. builder, 143 Washington, 

2d floor 
Williams B. F. civil engineer and surveyor, 

137 California 
Williams John, prop'r Milk Punch House, 

Mission road 
Williams Gov. E. billiard saloon, Custom 

House Block 
Williams T. S. real estate, 2 Armory Hall, 

3d floor 
Williams Geo. driver of Richardson's express 

wagons, Centre street, Mission Dolores 
Williamson A. grocer, First, near Mission 



Williamson A. clerk, First, near Mission 
Williamson J. R. jonr. blacksmith, 20 First 
Williamson John, washman, State Marine 

Hospital 
Williamson Rev. Peter S. h. 193 California 
Williamson George, at El Dorado 
Williamson David, book-kkeper, "Sun" office 
Williamson Edmund, printer, " Sun" office 
Willan T. W. broker, 99 Jackson 
Wilson W. O. grocer, 217 Pacific, and 107 

Broadway 
Wilson Joseph L. mason, h. Kearny, between 

Filbert and Union 
Wilson AVilliam, bottler, corner Dupont and 

Vallejo 
Wilson Robert, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
W r ilson John, Hippona stables, 160 Com- 
mercial 
Wilson John C. wheelwright, 129 Kearny 
Wilson Samuel, baker, 183 California 
Wilson S. B surveyor, h. 115 Bush 
Wilson James, attorney and commissioner for 
New Hampshire, office 14 Well's bd'g 
Wilson John, attorney, Montgomery Block, 

h. corner Harrison and Fremont 
Wilson (J. O. clerk at A. J. Pope's, corner 

Pine and Battery 
Wilson John & Sons, Pioneer Harness Re- 
pository, 98 Sansome, h. cor Bush and 
Powell 
Wilson Edward A., Pioneer Harness Re- 
pository, 98 Sansome. h. corner Bush 
and Powell 
Wilson John S. saddler, 98 Sansome, h. cor- 
ner Bush and Powell 
Wilson W. J. 73 Commercial 
Wilson J. X. 90 ( 'lay 
Wilson L. J. & Co. commission merchants 

and drug brokers, 38 Commercial 
Wilson Charles, boarding house, 20 Stevenson 
Wilson Charles T. printer, <; Public Ledger" 

office 
Wilson James, New Orleans House, 148 

Mission 
Wilson E. proprietor Wilson's Exchange, 

Sansome 
Wilson Charles, saloon, 1 California 
Wilson Henry, saloon, 18 Sacramento 
Wilson P. A. saloon, Drum, near California 
Wilson Thomas, steward, 33 Davis 
Wilson Robt. boarding house, 60 Clay 
AVilson Charles, saloon, 83 Davis 
AVilson G. C. saloon, 38 Sansome 
Wilson John, painter, 16 Bush 
Wilson M. printer, " S. F. Herald" office 
AVilson James, merchant, Merchant, between 

Battery and Sansome 
Wilson Joseph A. real estate, h. Yallejo, be- 
tween Montgomery and Kearny 
Wilson John R. book-keeper, 161 Battery 
AVilson Mrs. Mary, saloon,- 98 Pacific 
AVilson Mrs. Mary, housekeeper, Golden Gate 

Hotel 
Wilson AVm. steward, Alden's Branch 



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Wilson Alex, proprietor Old Oak House, 

Mission road 
Wilson Captain L. T. proprietor Mansion 

House, Mission Dolores 
Wilson F. R. proprietor Mansion House, 

Mission Dolores 
Wilson George, boards Mansion House, Mis- 
sion Dolores 
Wilson John, cook, Alden's Branch 
Wilson Samuel M. firm of Hoge & Wilson, 
attorneys, 6 and 7 Montgomery Block, 
2d floor, boards at Rassette House 
Wilson Ezra A. carman, 3 Empire Block, 

California 
Wilke Ferdinand, trader, boards corner Pow- 
ell and Filbert 
Wilks Geo. h. Dunbar's alley, rear City Hall 
Wilks Mrs. Hannah M. furnished rooms, S. 

W. corner of Jackson and Davis 
Wilkey & Morrill, house and sign painters, 

28 California 
Wilkey E. H. house and sign painter, 28 

California 
Willey Rev. S. H.h. Second, near Minna 
Willey 0. waterman, boards corner Spring 

and Summer 
Wilber J. W. carpenter, h. cor. California 

and Alexander lane 
Wilber J. H. furniture, 164 Sacramento 
Wilber Marshall, builder, 27 Sansome 
Wilbor Thos. W. clerk, 93 Front, h. corner 

Pine and Stockton 
Wilby H. E. vice consul of Portugal, 135 

Front, 2d floor 
Wilner M. G. saloon, 216 Pacific 
Wilner Malcom G. lodging house, 142 Clay, 

2d floor 
Wilbrock C. grocer, corner Minna and Jane 
Willock T. painter, h. 336 Dupont 
Wilder H. Portsmouth House 
Wilder Waldo H., Young American Trage- 
dian, house corner Kearny and Commer- 
cial, 2d floor 
Wilder Lucius I. clerk, corner California and 
Battery, h. cor. Sacramento and Sans'e 
Wild Jonathan, collector, California-st. wharf 
Willeston H. C. bookseller, 201 Clay 
Williston Alanson, porter, 161 Battery 
Wilde Louis, shoemaker, h. N. side Pine, be- 
tween Kearny and St. Mary's 
Wilde Chas. stevedore, h. Jane, near Minna 
Wilde John W. banker, cor. Clay and Mont- 
gomery 
Wilkin Martin, grocer, cor. Third and Everett 
Wilkius M. B. steward, cor. Stockton and 

Union 
Wilkins Peter, steward, 66 Pacific 
Wilcocks B. boards at Wilson's Exchange 
Willcutt Joseph Lewis, at Fiint, Peabody 

& Co.'s 
Wiley & Steeg, auction and commission, 145 

Sansome 
Wiley Thomas, jour, carpenter, 83 Jackson 
Wiley Robert, bar-keeper, 89 Washington 



Willess Wm. carman, 184 Montgomery 
Wills John, carpenter, 77 Jackson, 2d floor 
Willis H. P. commission merchant, 61 and 

63 California 
Willis Edward, painter, N. E. cor. Sansome 

and Washington 
Willard E. carriage maker, 42 Sansome 
Willard Adab, dairy and produce, Presidio 

road 
Wilkinson Walker, house,304 Washington 
Wilkinson Daniel, laborer, boards 19 Ohio 
Wilkinson Wm. tinner, 16 Davis 
Wilkinson, Davis & Co., Clipper Storehouse, 
Washington to Jackson, above Sansome 
Wing A. m r>. apothecary, State Marine 

Hospital 
Wing John C. hackman, 192 Sacramento 
Wing Stephen, tinner, 126 Jackson 
Wingerter J. tailor, 60 Kearny 
Winterton John R. h. California, 2 doors 

above Stockton 
Winterton John, mail clerk, "Alta" office 
Wingate James H. real estate dealer, h. 181 

Stockton 
Wingate Benj. clerk at C. Minturn's, Cun- 
ningham's wharf 
Winslow C. F. m. d. office and house 230 

Washington 
Winslow M. boiler maker, Sutter Iron Works 
Winslow Robert, barkeeper, 17 Leidsdorff 
Winslow James, restaurant, 22 California 
Winslow Geo. intelligence office, Merchant, 1 

door E. of Montgomery 
Winter Chas. import clerk, naval office, cus- 
tom house 
Winter Clinton, book-keeper, " S. F. Herald" 

office 
Winter C. baker, at M. L. Winn's 
Winters D. W. segars, 215 Washington 
Winters Thadeus, steward, Franklin Hotel 
Winsor S. L. storage and commission, 63 

Sacramento 
Winsor H. O. laborer, 165 Sansome, corner 

of Gold 
Windsor Geo. carman, at Conroy & Connor's 
Winchester E. H. saddler, 82 Battery 
Winders Robert, at El Dorado 
Winder Wm. house and sign painter, 79 

Jackson 
Winn M. L. confectionery and ice cream sa- 
loons, cor. Montgomery and Washing- 
ton ; 78 and 80 Commercial ; and 109 
and 111 Clay 
Winall S. A. blacksmith, Stevenson, near 

First 
Winants A. attorney, office 91 Merchant, h. 

John, above Powell 
Winant Jacob, groom at Oriental stables 
Wintzer & Baker, clothing and segars, 12 and 

14 California 
Wintzer Chas. clothing and segars, 12 and 

14 California 
Wintzer Chas. clothing, Davis, 2 doors from 
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145 



Winans J. C. commission mer. 64 Front, 2d 

floor 

Winkler Godfrey, porter, 111 and 113 Ca- 
lifornia 

Wisnell David, laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
Wlsnell Thadeus, grocer, 203 Sacramento 
Wise Joseph, segars, 221 Kearny 
Wise John H. inspector, custom house 
Wisner Chas. 0. clerk, 72 Battery 
Witkow'sky Edward, tailor, 241 Dupont 
Witherbee J. J. m. d. 78 Pacific 
Withers Nathan. 32 Commercial 
Witness Geo. H. seaman, boards 20 Stevenson 
Wohler Herman, office 141 Montgomery, h. 

Green, bet. Stockton and Dupont 
Wolf P. crockery, Kearny, opposite custom 

house 
Wolf Z. I), h. corner Kearny, Market and 

Geary 

Wolf E. shoe maker, 126 Kearny 
Wolf P. crockery, 180 Kearny, h. Sansome 

place 

Wolf Brothers, clothing, 116 Sacramento 
Wolf L. clothing, 43 Pacific 
Wolf L. cabinet maker, 103 Jackson 
Wolf Lewis, jour, printer, "News" office, 35 

Commercial 
Wolfe .James E. house Sutter, 2 doors from 

Kearny 

Wolfe Wm. agent, h. 65 Broadway 
Wolfe John H. clerk, 1 Trainer's Row 
Wolff Chas. Sierra Nevada House. 37 Mont- 
gomery 

Wolfinger Peter, miller, Happy Valley Mills 
Wood >. P. stove dealer, 87 Montgomery 
Wood Madam Emma, dress maker, h. Union, 

2 doors from .Mason 
Wood Joseph, hatter, boards 103 Broadway 
Wood Chas. carpenter, h. S. side Clay, 2 

doors above Powell 
Wood William G. Esq. h. Green. 2 doors 

below Stockton 
Wood Francis. Orleans House, 196 Pacific 
Wood Mrs. Mary, (widow,) boards Ports- 
mouth House 
Wood Henry H. carpenter, h. 114 Bush 
Wood Geo. A. carpenter, h. 114 Bush 
Wood S. tiuuer. 87 Montgomery 
Wood T. J. clothier, 151 Montgomery 
Wood T. M. clothier, 151 Montgomery 
Wood P. P. carpenter, 196 Kearny, basem't. 
Wood Henry H. clerk, 85 Front, cor. Clay 
Wood <fc West, commission merchants, 105 

Front, 2d floor 
Wood Wm. H. commission mer. 105 Front. 

2d floor 
Wood J. H. clerk, corner Sacramento and 

Front 

Wood Chas. sawyer, Alta Foundry 
Wood Miss Sarah, h. Ecker, bet. Market and 

Stevenson 
Wood W. B. pattern maker. Sutter Iron 

Works 
Wood Wm. saloon, Melius, near First 



Wood & Co. stevedores, cor. Clay and Drum, 

2d floor 
Wood Ezra B. stevedore, cor. Clay and Drum, 

2d floor, h. cor. Clay and Taylor 
Wood Wm. G. attorney, 172 Montgomery 
Wood AY. E. shipping master, 17 Commerc'l. 
Wood N. R. teamster, boards 89 Pacific 
Wood M. boards 89 Pacific 
Woods U. P. Oak Hall clothing, 165 Wash- 
ington 
Woods I. C. of Adams & Co's. Express 
Woods F. H. at Adams & Co's. Express 
Woods Geo. W. machinist, Alta Foundry 
Woods R. E. real estate agent, 158 Mont- 
gomery Block 
Woods A. pattern maker, Yulcan Iron W'ks. 
Woods B. F. carpenter, boards 29 Leidsdorff 
Woodhams M. grocer, corner Stockton and 

Green 
Woodfork Ambrose, bar-keeper, Bella Union 
Woodside & Brown, carriage makers, Summer 
Woodside E. carriage maker, Summer 
AVoodside E. G. & Co. carriage makers, 158 

California 
Woodside E. (J. carriage maker, 158 Califor- 
nia, h. Summer 
Woodside P. K. clerk, Supreme Court. City 

Hall 
Woodlief I !ol. boards Jones' Hotel 
Woodruff V. S. book-keeper, at Boyd & Co's. 
Woodruff E. merchant, 64 Sansome, 2d floor 
Woodman Chas. B. Sutter Market, cor. Fol- 

som and Beak- 
Woodward Mrs. E. tragic actress, boards 

Portsmouth House 
Woodward S. P. Hippona stables, 166 Com- 
mercial 
Woodward Elisha, messenger at Adams & 

Co's, express 
Woodward Wm. H. 161 Commercial 
Woodward Robt. B. proprietor What Cheer 

House, 119 Sacramento 
Woodward Wm. engineer, 119 Sacrameuto 
Woodward C. C. printer, ••Daily Com. Ad- 
vertiser" office, 146 Montgomery 
Woodward Dr. G. carman, 4 Orleans Row 
Woodard L. intelligence office, 87 Commer- 
cial, 2d floor 
Woodworth & Co. importers of piano fortes 

and. melodeons, 130 Clay 
Woodworth Fredk. A. piano ware rooms, 130 

Clay. h. Hardie place 
Woodworth Selim E. sea captain, 130 Clay, 

h: Hardie place 
Woodworth James, apothecary, h. N. E. cor. 

Battery and Jackson, 2d floor 
Woolf D. B. paper store. 274 Dupont 
Woolf Israel E. importer shirts, 143 Clay 
Woolf & Phillips, Broadway bakery, 46 

Broadway 
Woolf Philip, Broadway bakery, 46 Broad- 
way 
Woolf J. L. clerk, 143 Clay, 2d floor 
Woollev Chas. clerk, 77 Commercial 



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Woolson TV. C. watchmaker, 161 Clay, house 

Sansome, near Bush 
Woolson Wm. watchmaker, 135 Montgomery 
"Woolsey J. L. & Co. Exchange and Banking 

office, 31 Commercial 
Woolsey J. L. Exchange and Banking office, 

31Comm'l, boards Crescent City Hotel 
Wooster J. B. clerk, 67 Pacific, h. Pacific, 

bet. Powell and Mason 
Worsham E. L. laborer, boards 196 Pacific 
Worthington Wm. painter and glazier, Bren- 

ham place 
Worth A. W. miller, 149 Battery 
Worth Wm. E. pattern maker, 137 Pine 
Worth James, saloon, Stevenson, near First 
Worth G. A. steward, Longley's restaurant, 

144 Clay 
Worden Jas. J. carman, at Hutton & Go's. 
Worden Thos. tinner, 109 California 
Worden Newell, at El Dorado 
Wordeu Francis L. clerk, 208 Montgomery 
Wormser L. 104 Merchant, 2d floor 
Worral A. C. fruit, 90 Commercial 
Worrell Robt.. bar-keeper, cor. Montgomery 

and Commercial 
Wozencraft 0. M. m. d. office 256 Washing'n 
Wray & Blake, butchers, stalls 1 & 3 Pacific 

Market 
Wray Jacob, butcher, stalls 1 and 3 Pacific 

Market 
Wrhanhaemer L. dry goods, 205 Kearny 
Wright Geo. W. banker, firm Palmer, Cook 

& Co. h. 185 Stockton 
Wright Wm. h. Union place 
Wright E. h. 7 Prospect place 
Wright P. F. at Robert Kellen & Co's. 
Wright Joseph, at Adams & Go's. Express 
Wright John, baker, at M. L.W inn's 
Wright A. carpenter, boards at 114 Pacific 
Wright Edw. A. clerk, 79 Washington 
Wright John, stevedore, h. Fremont 
Wright Jas. B. carpenter, 8 Sacramento 
Wright Wm. H. sail maker, 6 Sacramento, 

2d floor 
Wright Chas. clerk to Board of Port War- 
dens, corner Drum and Clay 
Wright Captain J. T. agent for San Diego 

steamers, 31 Sacramento, 2d floor 
Wright George S. merchant, 31 Sacramento, 

2d floor 
Wright E. S. carpenter, 59 Pine 
Wright Dr. A. S. miners' exchange and sav- 
ings bank, Armory Hall building 
Wrigley Joseph, foreman of boiler makers, 

Union Iron Works 
Wundsch Edward, M. d. rear 109 Kearny, h. 

corner Sutter and Dupont 
Wurl Frederick, sheet iron worker, Union 

Iron Works 
Wurtemberg. & Go. tobacco and segars, No. 

87 Clay 
Wurster C. painter, boards at 159 Kearny 
Wyatt Rev. 0. B. pastor Trinity Church, h. 

Second, near Minna 



WycofF Samuel, carpenter, corner of Battery 

and Oregon 
Wyckoff & Go. importers of groceries, No. 

97 Battery 
Wyckoff George, importer of groceries, No. 

97 Battery 
Wyley S. R. h. 31 Pike 
Wylie John W. at Hutton & Co's. 
Wymmer Jacob, crockery, 265 Dupont 
Wyman & Huntingdon, blacksmiths, 38 Webb 
Wyman J. P. blacksmith, 38 Webb 
Wyman Wm. at Adams & Co's. Express 
Wyman Oliver, jour, carpenter, 83 Jackson, 

h. corner Mason and Greenwich 
Wyman J. A. cabinet maker, 103 Jackson 
Wyman & Turner, civil engineers and sur- 
veyors, Nos. 5 and 6 Express buildings, 

3d floor 
Wyman H. M. civil engineer and surveyor, 5 

and 6 Express buildings, 3d floor 
Wyncopp J. H. & Co. Phoenix Saw Mills, 

Market, 3 doors from First 
Wyncopp J. H. Phoenix Saw Mills, Market, 

3 doors from First, h. 142 Mission 
Wynn John, com. merchant, 147 Battery 
Wysc N. H. port warden, corner of Clay and 

Drum, 2d floor 

Yale Gregory, attorney, 110 Montgomery, 

h. 103 Montgomery 
Yanuey Henry P. >r. d. cor. Montgomery and 

Sacremento, 2d floor 
Yard Chas. D. 172 Clay 
Yard Geo. M. inspector, custom house 
Yates Chapman, grocer, 137 Jackson 
Yates John, la-borer, 231 Kearny 
Yates Jas. G. laborer, h. Powell, near Union 
Yerkes Joseph, auctioneer and commissio 

merchaut, S. W. corner Sansome an 

Sacramento 
Young Nelson, h. Filbert, near Stockton 
Young Jacob C. m. d. office Armory Hall 
Young Nicholas, shoemaker, 242 Montg'ry 
Young Thomas, wholesale and retail fane 

straw goods, 171 Clay 
Young B. T. porter, 108 Sansome 
Young Edward, 174 Washington 
Young James, blacksmith, Nos. 127 and 1 

Washington 
Young Chas. B. clerk, 35 Pine 
Young Wm. E. builder, 149 Mission 
Young Charles, cook, 6 Commercial 
Young Wm. C. & Co. auct. and com. merch' 

1 Orleans row 
Young Wm. C. anct. and com. merchant, 

Orleans row, h. 49 Minna 
Young Alexander, teamster, 6 California 
Young Richard S. m. d. opposite Tehama 

House 
Young Thomas, proprietor Dundee House, 94 

Pacific 
Younger Wm. clerk, 133 Sacramento 
Younger Alexander, porter house, No. 17 

Leidsdorff 



BAN FRANCISCO [Z] DIRECTORY. 147 



Zabriska We N. attorney, office Argenti's 

building, 3d floor 
Zantzinger Louis F. inspector, appraiser's 

• store 
Zabreski Alexander & Co. lithographers. 152 

Washington, 2d floor 



Ziegenhirt H. manf. of fringes, 210 Clay 
Ziel, Bertheau & Co.com. merchahts, No. 101 

Battery 
Zimmerman C. "Whitehall Exchange, Summer 

near Kearuy 
Zinser F. P. grocer, cor. Union and Dupont 



Zane J. P. & Co. saddlery and harness, No. j Zolver John, steward, at Wilson's Exchange 
75 California Zolver Jacob, bar-keeper. Wilson's Exchange 

Zerman & (Jo. general directors, ballast, <fcc. Zootman Daniel, porter, corner Sacramento 
X. W. cor. Jackson and Davis, 2d floor j and Front 

Zerman J. N. agent, X. W. cor. Jackson aud Zottman Henry, shutter maker, Maiden lane, 
Davis, 2d floor h. 7 Virginia 

Ziegenhirt L. manf. of fringes, 210 Clay 



HOTELS All) PUBLIC HOUSES. 



Alia Hotel, Davis, between Jackson and Pacific streets ; Hollister, Fox & 

Howe, proprietors. 
American Hotel, 65 Montgomery street ; Peter Yogle & Co., proprietors. 
American House, G Commercial street ; Simonds & Co., proprietors. 
Atlantic Hotel, 12 Commercial street ; Maslen & Miller, proprietors. 
Atlantic House, or New York Home, 181 Pacific street ; Louis Dietrich, 

proprietor. 

Auburn House, 18 Davis street ; Henry JIarmon, proprietor. 
Baltimore and New York House, No. 48 Broadway ; Mrs. M. Jillard, 

proprietress. 

Barkley's Hotel, 86 Kearny street ; Win. Barkley, proprietor. 
Bay Hotel, Cunningham's (old) wharf; Jas. Urie, proprietor. 
Bay State Hotel, 68 Front street ; Bowers & Brandow, proprietors. 
Battery House, 1 California street ; Matthews <fe Wilson, proprietors. 
Branch Hotel, 40 Sansome st. ; Webster, Murphy & Cheney, proprietors. 
Bell Rock House, 97 Pacific street ; F. Buttenut, proprietor. 
Brannan House, corner Bush and Sansome streets ; Mrs. Hermione Ball, 

proprietress. 

Bristol House, 109 Pacific street ; E. Hall, proprietor. 
Broadway House, 21 Broadway ; Lewis French, proprietor. 
Brooklyn Hotel, 37 Broadway ; John Kelly, Jr., proprietor. 
Brown's Hotel, 83 Kearny street. 

California House, 22 California street ; J. Winslow, proprietor. 
Canton Hotel, 168 California street. 
Carswell House, Sansome street, opposite Rassette House ; Mrs. Carswell, 

proprietress. 
Central Hotel, 229 and 231 Clay street ; Savage & Elliott, proprietors. 
Chicago Hotel, Jackson street, between Davis and Front, D. & C. Parrish 

& B,. Billinghurst, proprietors. 
Cincinnati House, 142 Mission street ; E. J. Bailly, proprietor. 
Clareville House, 26 Montgomery street ; Edward Matthews, proprietor. 



148 HOTELS AND PUBLIC HOUSES. 

Citv Hotel, 37 Pacific street ; L. Ayres & J. H. Smith, proprietors. 
Clinton House, Jackson street, between Davis and Front ; J. Ford& Co., 

proprietors. 
Columbia House, corner Tallejo and Battery sts.; Wm. Lavis, proprietor. 
Columbia Hotel, 119 Pine street ; Samuel Hopkins, proprietor. 
Commercial Hotel, 45 Pacific st. ; A. Morgan & B. W. Barns, proprietors. 
Crescent City Hotel, Sansome street, from Clay to Commercial ; Gardner 

& Thomas, proprietors. 
Dallas House, Battery street, between Pacific and Broadway, John Kelly, 

proprietor. 
Dublin Hotel, 111^ Front street ; J. DeCourcey, proprietor. 
Dundee Arms, 51 Montgomery street ; Thos. Jarratt, proprietor. 
Dundee House, 94 Pacific street ; Thos. Young, proprietor. 
Eastern House, 25 Broadway ; Francis McGlency,. proprietor. 
Eastern Exchange, No. 4 Commercial street ; William F. Melvin & Co., 

proprietors. 
East River House, 165 Front street ; Thos. Davis, proprietor. 
Eclipse House, corner of Clark and Front streets ; J. L. Smith & Co., 

proprietors. 
Eighth Ward House, Mission Dolores ; John Treat, proprietor. 
Emmet Hotel, 111 Front street ; McCuen & McLees, proprietors. 
Emu Inn, 49 Montgomery street ; Thomas Phillips, proprietor. 
Eureka Hotel, 113 Montgomery street ; Moulton & Lum, proprietors. 
European House, 147 Pacific street ; Mrs. Yandencwerk, proprietress. 
Fairhaven House, 41 Sansome street ; Mrs. Ann Bonneau, proprietress. 
Florence House, 190 and 192 Pacific street ; James Daly, proprietor. 
Franklin Hotel, corner Pacific and Sansome streets ; G-. E. Graves & E. 

D. Sloat, proprietors 
Franklin House, corner of Broadway and Sansome streets ; Cox, Ross & 

Hassey, proprietors. 
Foundry [louse, corner Stevenson and Ecker sts.; J. Benson, proprietor. 
Foundry House, corner First and Mission streets ; E. J. Quirk, proprietor. 
Fulton House, Bush street, between Battery and Front, James Donaghue, 

proprietor. 
Girard House, Merchant street, between Montgomery and Sansome, Capt. 

John Payne, proprietor. 
Gal way House, Ohio street ; John Mooney, proprietor. 
Germania Hotel, 116 Pine street; Andrew Kirn, proprietor. 
Golden Gate Hotel, corner Davis and Oregon streets ; W. G. Thomas, 

proprietor. 
Globe Hotel, 243 and 245 Dupont street ; G. P. Scaefer, proprietor 
Golden Gate Hotel, 118 Pacific street ; P. Buckley, proprietor. 
Gothic Hall, 43 Sansome street ; John White, proprietor. 
Greenberg's Hotel, 66 Sansome street ; Leopold Greenberg, proprietor. 
Grizlcy Bear House, Mission road ; Mrs. M. Montruil, proprietress. 
Half Way House, Mission road ; Henry Bryant, proprietor. 
Harp of Erin, Jesse street, near Second ; R. H. Harper, proprietor. 
Heather House, 5 Broadway ; Wm. Stratford, proprietor. 
Hillman's Temperance House, 80 and 82 Davis street ; Isaac Hillman 

proprietor. 
Howard House, 35 Sacramento street ; Jos. Stump, proprietor. 
Howard House, 35 Pacific street ; W. F. Shirley, proprietor. 
Isthmus House, 36 First street ; A. Davis & C. Mellick, proprietors. 



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HOTELS AND PUBLIC HOUSES. 149 

Irving House, Oregon street, between Front and Davis ; Rawlings & Pat- 
terson, proprietors. 

Jackson House, corner Montgomery and CalifoJnia streets ; Francois 
Martinez, proprietor. 

Jackson Street House, corner Jackson and Davis streets ; M. Mulvihill, 
proprietor. 

Jean Bart Hotel, 11 Broadway, Joseph Bart, proprietor. 

Jones' Hotel, corner California and Leidsdorff streets ; David Jones, 
proprietor 

Kennebeck House, Front street, near Yallejo street; W. K. Doe & Co., 
proprietors. 

Key Stone House, 84 Davis street ; Mrs. Mary Herring, proprietress. 

Kossuth House, 90 Pacific street, between Battery and Sansoine, Runge & 
Bomhoff, proprietors. 

Louisiana House, 152 Pacific street : B. O'Rourke, proprietor. 

Maclaren's Hotel, Creek Lane, between Folsoni and Mission streets ; Geo. 
Maclaren, proprietor. 

Maine Hotel, 114 Pacific street : B. Bates, proprietor 

Mansfield House, 87 and 89 Pacific street ; Win. M. Mansfield, proprietor. 

Mansion House, 78 Pacific street : Heperon & Welsh, proprietors. 

Mansion House, 157 Dupont street : Madame^Touchard, proprietress. 

Mansion House, Mission Dolores ; Capt. L. T. Wilson, proprietor. 

Mariners' House, 60 Pacific street ; Thomas Curtis, proprietor. 

Mechanics' Exchange, 48 Battery street ; E. J. J. Ptister, proprietor. 

Mechanics' Exchange, 123 Kearny street ; Meyer A: Plege, proprietors. 

Mechanics' Home, 42 Sacramento street : Mrs. Sarah Mix. proprietress. 

Mechanics' House, 26 First street ; James Logan, proprietor. 

Mercantile Hotel, 159 and 161 Front street ; George Brown, proprietor. 

Merchants' Hotel, Merchant street, between Montgomery and Sansome; 
Mrs. S. Farg-Alv. proprietress. 

Messenger House, Front street, between Jackson and Pacific ; P. F. John- 
son, proprietor. 

Meyer's Hotel, 85 and 87 Kearny street ; Lewis Meyer & Co., proprietors. 

Milk Punch House, Mission road ; John Williams, proprietor. 

Minerva Exchange, 73 Pacific street ; H. Niemann, proprietor. 

Montgomery House, 79 Montgomery street ; E. S. Peck, proprietor. 

Monumental House, 46 Sacramento street ; H. Bramarman, proprietor. 

National Hotel, 76 Pacific street ; W. Abbott, proprietor. 

Nag's Head, 7 Broadway, Jesse Richardson, proprietor. 

National Hall, Mission Dolores ; Sylvester Courtier, proprietor. 

National Temperance House, 32 and 34 Sacramento street : F. E. Wey- 
gant & Co., proprietors. 

New Bedford House, 14 First street ; Geo. W. Colmear, proprietor. 

New England House, 31 Sansome street ; Baur & Overland, proprietors. 

New Orleans House, 211 Montgomery street ; James Power, proprietor. 
New Orleans House, 148 Mission street ; James Wilson, proprietor. 
New St. Francis Hotel, Montgomery street, between Jackson and Pacific. 
New Texas House, Clay street wharf, below Drum street : L. Dirks, pro- 
prietor. 
New York Hotel, 186 Sansome street ; King & Hersee, proprietors 
Niantic Hotel, corner Clay and Sansome streets ; E. J. Armstrong, pro- 
prietor. 
Nightingale, Mission road ; Wm. Shear, proprietor. 



150 HOTELS AND PUBLIC HOUSES. 

Nicaragua Exchange, corner Jackson and Davis streets ; J. H. Pohlker, 
proprietor. 

Nonantum House, Mission street, between Fourth and Fifth ; G. Malech, 
proprietor. 

North American House, 40 Sacramento street, Gray & Wallace, pro- 
prietors. 

North Star House, 45 Broadway ; C. K. Smith, proprietor. 

Ocean House, 179 Front street ; Schroder & Meyer, proprietor. 

Ocean Spray House, Jackson street, between Front and Davis ; Hans 
Miller, proprietor. 

Old Oak House, Mission road, Alex. Wilson, proprietor. 

Oriental Hotel, corner Battery and Bush streets ; Caleb Hyatt, proprietor. 

Orleans House, 196 wacific street ; Vandervoort & Walts, proprietors. 

Our House, 72 Market street ; H. T. Jones, proprietor. 

Pacific Hotel, 35 Pacific street ; Wm. F. McAlester, proprietor. 

Pennsylvania House, 69 Pine street ; J. Weiler, proprietor. 

Philadelphia House, 55 First street ; Edw. Hawkins, proprietor. 

Philadelphia House, 155 Pacific street ; vacant. 

Philadelphia House, 133 Pine street ; Joseph Hug, proprietor. 

Phoenix House, Jackson street, between Front and Davis ; Chas. W. Plum, 
proprietor. 

Phoenix House, 33 Broadway ; John Kelly, proprietor. 

Pleasant Valley Hotel, corner of Ecker rnd Clementine streets ; James 
Frawley, proprietor. 

Portsmouth House, corner of Clay street and Brenham Place ; H. Wilder 
& H. H. Parkell, proprietors. 

Rassette House, corner Bush and Sansome streets ; Joseph Rassette, pro- 
prietor. 

Ripton House, Mission road ; Wm. Kearney, proprietor. 

Rising State Hotel, 3 Jackson street, near Davis ; Charles Price, pro- 
prietor. 

Robert Burns Hotel, junction of California and Markett streets ; J. T. 
Roberts, proprietor. 

Robert Emmet House, 244 Pacific street ; Thomas Place &o Co., pro- 
prietors. 

R. Phillips House, California wharf ; R. Phillips, proprietor. 

Russian Hill Hotel, corner Vallejo and Leavenworth streets ; Michael 
McLaughlin, proprietor. 

San Francisco Bay House, Jackson street, below Davis ; A. Schatchen & 
G. Kraft, proprietors. 

Seventh (7th) Ward House, corner Market and First streets ; 

Henry, proprietor. 

Shamrock House, Battery street, near Vallejo ; J. Plunkett, proprietor. 

Sierra Nevada House, 37 Montgomery street ; Charles Wolf, proprietor. 

Sierra Nevada House, Jackson street, near Front ; Charles Robinson, 
proprietor. 

Sir Walter Scott House, 53 Montgomery street ; George Scott, proprietor. 

South Beach House, Tremont street ; Edward Savers, proprietor. 

Sutter Hotel, Beale street, near Folsom ; Phillip Horn, proprietor. 

Tehama House, corner California and Sansome streets ; G. W. Frink, 
manager. 

Tennessee Hotel, 179 Pacific street ; Reagan •& Brother, proprietors. 

Texas House, 73 Commercial street ; Mrs. Kelsey & Co., proprietresses. 



RESTAURANTS AND COFFEE SALOONS. 151 

Travellers' Rest, Jesse street, near Second ; C. Ryan, proprietor. 

Union Hotel, corner Kearny and Merchant streets ; Isaac M. Hall, pro- 
prietor. 

Union House, 12 First street ; Joseph & John Nightingale, proprietors. 

Unity House. 20 Ohio street ; Professor Courtier, proprietor. 

U. S. Hotel, 66 Pacific street ; X. T. Carpenter & Samuel Francis, pro- 
prietors. 

U. S. House, 44 Broadway, vacant. 

U. S. Temperance House,* 107 Kearny street . D. & C. Parish, proprietors. 

Vermont House, corner Broadway and Ohio streets ; Jones & Owen, 
proprietors. 

Wilson's Exchange. Sansome street, between Washington and California ; 
E. Wilson, proprietor. 

Washington House, 4 California street ; vacant. 

Western House, 44 Sacramento street ; Chas. Brown, proprietor. 

Western House, Sansome street, near Broadway ; F. Keller, proprietor. 

What Cheer House, 119 Sacramento stifel ; Robert B. Woodward, pro- 
prietor. 

William Tell House, 77 Bush street ; Stuber 4 Conrad, proprietors. 

Winthrop House, 57 Jackson street ; E. Kennedy, proprietor. 



RESTAURANTS AND COFFEE SALOONS. 



A la Croix Rouge, Restaurant — 170 Commercial street ; Bonnet & 
Toche, proprietors. 

A l'Esperance, Restaurant — 150 Sacramento street ; Dijon & Bruneval, 
proprietors. 

Alden's — 174 and 176 Commercial street. 

Alden's Branch — 81 Sansome street ; W. B. Gould, proprietor. 

Alianza — 188 Pacific street ; Peter Lami, proprietor. 

Au Coq Hardi — 220 Pacific street ; Weyhe & Co. proprietors. 

Au Gamin de Paris — 251 Dupont street ; John Blondeau & Co. pro- 
prietors. 

Au Rendezvous des Ouvriers — 253 Dupont street ; Yincent & Allaire, 
proprietors. 

Barnart's Dining Saloon — Basement, 143 Washington street { Harris 
Barnart, proprietor. 

Barnum's — 151 and 153 Commercial street ; A. Cannon, proprietor. 

Bella Union — (Cafe du Commerce) — Washington street, opposite Ports- 
mouth Square ; Madame Mondelet, proprietress. 

Bulklet & Walker's Coffe Rooms — 41 Pacific wharf. 

Cafe Brazil — 116 Kearny street. 

Cafe Washington — 163 Commercial street ; Madame Payot & Co. pro- 
prietors. 



152 RESTAURANTS AND COFFEE SALOONS. 

Clayton's — 141 Commercial street ; H. J. Clayton, proprietor. 

Clayton Saloon — 148 Commercial street ; Lawler & Ward, proprietors. 

Diana Star — corner Sacramento and Davis streets ; Nicolas & Co. pro- 
prietors. 

Eastern Restaurant — 84 Commercial street ; W. N. States, proprietor. 

Eberlein & Co.'s Restaurant — Sacramento street Wharf, between Davis 
and Drum streets. 

Europa Felice — 182 Pacifie street ; Meloro & Pisano, proprietors. 

Europe — 137 Kearny street. 

Franco-American — 252 Dupont street ; B. Penaiu & Co. proprietors. 

French Restaurant — 238 Pacific street ; Martincourt, Rabourdin & 
Ennot, proprietors. 

Georgia Coffee Saloon — 211 Kearny street ; D. White, proprietor. 

German Coffee Saloon — 152 Clay street ; A. Kimmer, proprietor. 

Golden Gate Restaurant — 208 Clay street ; Walley & Hunter, pro- 
prietors. 

Knickerbocker Restaurant — 46 Commercial street ; N. Sawyer & Co. 
proprietors. 

LaEstrellade Chile — 214 Jackson street ; Senora Barrole, proprietress. 

Lager Beer Coffee Saloon — 127 California street. 

Lafayette Restaurant — 209 Washington street ; A. Garaud & Co. pro- 
prietors. 

Landeberger's Coffee Saloon — 168 Clay street. 

Livermore's Exchange— 174 Sansome street ; Gans & Tussick, proprietors. 

Longley's — 144 Clay street ; S. Longley, proprietor. 

Louisiana Restaurant — 99 Commercial ; T. A. Meuli, proprietor. 

Macheleau's Restaurant — 179 California street ; Macheleau & Co. pro- 
prietors. 

Marshall's Coffee Saloon — Merchant street, near Kearny ; Sandy Mar- 
shall, proprietor. 

Mercantile Restaurant — 159 and 161 Front street ; Geo. Brown, pro- 
prietor. 

Miners' Restaurant — 129 Commercial street ; Corbiniere, proprietor. 

Meyer's Coffee Saloon — 86 Clay street ; L. F. Meyer, proprietor. 

Murr's Coffee Saloon — 89 Kearny street ; C . Murr & Brother, pro- 
prietors. 

National Restaurant — 147 Commercial street ; Constant <fe Duval, pro- 
prietors. 

New Orleans Coffee Saloon — 157 Kearny street ; Campbell, proprietor. 

New York Coffee Saloon — 160 Kearny street ; Kauce & Thompson, 
proprietors. 

New York Restaurant — 72 Davis street ; John D'Arcy, proprietor. 

Pacific Coffee Saloon — 216 Pacific street ; M. G. Wilner, proprietor. 

Pacific Restaurant — 194 Pacific street ; E. Cheruer, proprietor. 

Pacific Restaurant — Jackson street wharf ; I. Kleinschroth, proprietor. 

Pfeifer's Coffee Saloon — 283^ Dupont street; Wm. Pfeifer, proprietor. 

Rail Road Coffee and Tea Rooms — 48 Commercial street ; Haley & 
Thompson, proprietors. 

Restaurant de France — 193 Kearny street ; Pascal & Leon, proprietors. 

Restaurant de la Poste — Commercial street, near Kearny ; Chaurus, 
August & Co. proprietors. 

Right's Coffee Saloon — Basement Masonic Hall building ; Ernest Richt, 
proprietor. 



BAKERIES. 153 



Schad & Scewerlxs Coffee Saloox — 179 Washington street. 
Schroth's Coffee Saloox — 65 Kearny street ; Chas. Schroth, proprietor. 
Schroth & Carl's Coffee Saloox — Merchant street, near Montgomery. 
Star Restaurant — 232 Pacific street ; Clark <fc Rogers, proprietors. 
Steixhardt's Dining Saloox — 135 California street ; Mrs. Steinhardt, 

proprietress. 
Stockfleth's Restaurant — 58 Kearny street ; M. M. Stockfleth, pro- 
prietor. 
Swiss Republic Restaurant — 19 Commercial street ; Scalmanini & 

Frapoli, proprietors. 
Terrapix Lunch — 166 and 168 Commercial ; Hepburn, Halliday & 

Oakes, proprietors. 
Washixgtox Restaurant — 6T Sacramento street ; Mattison, Pache & 

Co. proprietors. 
Winn's Fountain Head — 78 and 80 Commercial street ; M. L. Winn, 

proprietor. 
Winn's Fountain Head Extension — Clay street, between Battery and 

Sansonie ; M. L. Winn, proprietor. 
Wixn's Branch — Corner Montgomery and Washington streets ; M. L. 

Winn, proprietor. 

Wm. Tell Restaurant— 227 Pacific street ; Hanault & Co. proprietors. 
Young America Restaurant — 149 Kearny street ; J. B. Chevalier, 

proprietor. 



BAKERIES. 



American Bakery, No. 221 Pacific street. 

Astor Bakery, corner Hunt and Third streets. 

Bakery, corner Union and Dupont streets. 

Bakery, Green, near Powell street. 

Bakery, Polk's alley. 

Bell's Bakery, No. 96 Pacific street. 

Boston Bakery, Ecker, near Mission street. 

Broadway Bakery. 46 Broadway. 

California Bakery, corner Yallejo and Battery streets. 

City Bakery. No. 207 Jackson street. 

Cracker Bakery. (Horr <fc Co.) 45 Sacramento street. 

Dallam's Bakery. Second, near Howard street. 

Eagle Bakery, corner Kearny and Post streets. 

Empire Bakery, corner Sacramento and Pike streets. 

Excelsior Bakery, corner Clay and Dupont streets. 

Eureka Bakery. 89 Kearny street. 

Exchange Bakery, basement of Post-office building. 

Fancy Bakery, basement of 179 Washington street, east of Kearny 

20 



154 BAKERIES 



Fancy Bakery, basement of 283 Dupont street. 

Franco- American Bakery, basement of 321 Dupont street. 

French Bakery, Sutter street, between Stockton and Powell. 

French Bakery, S. W. corner Green and Powell streets. 

German Bakery, Green street, between Stockton and Powell. 

German (Landeberger's,) Bakery, 168 Clay street. 

Georgia Bakery, 211 Kearny street. 

Golden Gate Bakery, 208 Clay street. 

Hamburger Bakery, 6 Kearny street. 

Happy Valley Bakery, First street, near Mission. 

Jenny Lind Bakery, corner Stockton and Vallejo streets. 

Jourdan's Bakery, Rincon Point. 

Larege Bakery, corner Dupont and Union streets. 

Lafitte Bakery, 4 Ohio street. 

Louisiana Bakery, Pinkney place, above Broadway. 

Manhattan Bakery, Kearny street, 2d door from Bush, north. 

Maldandt Bakery, 187^ Pacific street. 

Marine Bakery, Beale street, near Folsom, Rincon Point. 

Milk Bread Bakery, corner Jesse and First streets. 

Mission Street Bakery, 139 Mission street. 

Naumkeag Bakery, 82 Pacific street. 

New England Bakery, 133 Jackson street. 

New Orleans Fancy Bakery, 157 Kearny street. 

New Orleans Bakery,* 179^ California street. 

New York Bakery, 160 Kearny street. 

New York Bakery, 72 Davis street. 

Ohio Bakery, 10 Ohio street. 

Oriental Bakery, Montgomery street, between Broadway and Pacific, 

Patent Steam Bakery, office No. 30 Battery street. 

Philadelphia Bakery, Vallejo street, between Stockton and Powell. 

Plaza Bakery, 202 Washington street. 

Pleasant Valley Bakery, Clementine street. 

Public Bakery, 234 Jackson street. 

Sand Hill Bakery, 51 Kearny street. 

Sand Hill Bakery, 324 Clay street. 

San Francisco Bakery, 262 Jackson street. 

Scroth's Bakery, 65 Kearny street. 

Sutter Bakery, Beale street, near Folsom. 

Star Bakery, 183 California street. 

State Bakery, (Gorham's,) 248 Dupont street. 

Telegraph Bakery, 41 Pacific street. 

Union Bakery, 372 Stockton street. 

Washington Bakery, Jesse street, Depot 109 Montgomery street. 

Winn's Fountain Head Bakery, 47 and 49 Commercial street. 

Winn's Branch Bakery, corner Montgomery and Washington streets. 



PUBLIC MARKETS. 



155 



PUBLIC MARKETS. 



New World Market. 

Corner of Commercial and Leidsdorff streets, extending through to Clay st.- 

Opened, Fall 1851. 

Proprietor, William L. Ryckmax. 



DIRECTORY TO JYEW WORLD MARKET. 



Stall No. 1 
« " 2 
" " 3 
" " 4 
" " 5 



MEATS. 
Dominick Claveay. 
Barron & Moylan. 
Crawley & Weller. 
A^ictor Hublin. 
Louis Walker & Co. 



' 6 Henry Simmerman. 

VEGETABLES. 

s No. 17 & 19 White & Balch. 
" 18 Knowles & Kent. 
E. Clement. 
Mrs. Mercer. 



Stall No. 7 



FISH. 

Alonzo Sweetzer. 



GAME & POULTRY. 
Stalls Xos. 9 & 11 Minch & Louder- 
back 
" 8 Cook & Schenck. 

BUTTER, EGGS &c. 

Stalls Nos. 14 <fc 16 Brown & Co. 
" 15 J. B. Moore. 
" 10 Richards'n & Morong 
" 20 A. C. Hendley. 
"• 23 Moses F. Hadley. 

SAUSAGES AND PRESERVED 

MEATS 
Stall No. 12 Denni's" 



United States Market. 



Fronting on Washington and Merchant sts., between Montgomery and Sansome 
streets. — Erected March, 1853. 

Proprietors, F. H. Williams & Co. 



DIRECTORY TO 
REFRESHMENTS. 

Stall No. 11 George Wendlena:. 
" " 5, 22 & 23 Sam'l. Hoffman. 

MEATS. 

Stall No. 1 & 2 Daniel Crudden. 
" " 3 Z. Hebert. 
" " 4 F. H. Williams & Co. 
" " " 5 F. H. Williams & Co. 
" " 6 Wm. Dunin. 
" " 7 Joseph Caban. 

VEGETABLES. 
StallNo. 9 Fromont, Maupin & Co. 
" " 25 Mrs. F. Coates. 
" " 30 & 31 Mark Sheldon. 
" " 33 & 34 L. Hoyt & Co. 



U. S. MARKET. 
GAME, POULTRY AND EGGS. 

Stall No. 8 Briggs & Brownell. 

FISH. 
Stall No. 24 & 25 Peter Smith. 
" " 26 John S. Sloan. 
" " 29 Valin & Cardinet. 
BUTTER, CHEESE, EGGS, &c. 
Stall No. 12 & 13 James E. Duryee 

& Co. 
" " 20 & 21 Horace Gushee & 

Co. 
GROCERIES. 
Stall No. 17, 18 & 19 0. Sarpy. 
PRESERVED MEATS, SAU- 
SAGE, &c. 
Stall No. 27 & 28 Louis Querot. 



156 



PUBLIC MARKETS. 



Pacific Market. 

On Commercial street, between Leidsdorff and Sansome streets, extending 
through to Merchant street. Opened Spring 1850. 

Proprietors, Riddle & Co. 



DIRECTORY TO PACIFIC MARKET. 

VEGETABLES. 

Stalls Nos. 25 & 27 G. L. Trofatter 

& Co. 
" 15 M. Richardson & Co. 
" 20 A. Bruger. 



MEATS. 

Stalls Nos. 1 & 3 Wray & Blake. 
" 2 & 4 Featherly & 

Sayles. 
" 6 & 8 Geo. W. Green. 
" " 9 & 11 McNaughtin & 
Begin. 

BUTTER, EGGS, &c. 
Stalls Nos. 5 & 7 S.P. Whitman. 
" 14 & 16 Rogers & Shat- 
tuck. 



GAME, POULTRY & FISH. 
Stalls Nos. 21 & 23 A. Thompson. 

FISH. 

Stalls Nos. 26 & 28 Crandall & Ives 



Clay Street Market. 

On Clay street, between Montgomery and Sansome, extending through to Mer- 
chant street. — Opened 1st Sept. 1853. 

Proprietors, 

DIRECTORY TO CLAY STREET MARKET. 



REFRESHMENTS. 
A. St. Dennis. 

MEATS. 
Dazet Joseph. 

VEGETABLES. 
John Louis. 
M. Revcatalata. 
N. Chambers. 



BUTTER, EGGS, &c. 
Jas. E. Duryee k Co. 

GAME, POULTRY AND EGGS. 

Antonio & Co. 

GROCERIES. 

Ferdinand Coustolle. 



Eagle Market. 

On Commercial street, between Leidsdorff and Sansome — Opened June 1st, 1853. 
Proprietors, Dubois & Co. 

DIRECTORY TO EAGLE MARKET. 



MEATS. 
Stall No. 2 Hobert. 
BUTTER, CEEESE AND EGGS. 
Stall No. 17 Rothblum & Co. 
" " 8 Boucherat & Co. 



VEGETABLES. 
Stall No. 11, 12 & 13 Waters & Co. 

GAME, POULTRY, EGGS, &c. 

Stall No. 1 E. Rene. 



PRIVATE MARKETS. 157 



PRIVATE MARKETS. 



Bay Market, 59 Pacific street. 

Brighton Market, Stockton, near Clay street. 

Broadway Market, N. E. corner Broadway and Dupont street. 

Burnham's Market, Jackson street wharf. 

Burnham & Mann's Market, 62 Pacific street. 

California Wharf Market, California wharf, east of Drum street. 

Centre Market, corner Sacramento and Kearny streets. 

City Market, 150 California street. 

Clinton Market, Jackson street, between Drum and East streets. 

Contra Costa Market, 24 Commercial street. 

Davis Street Market, Davis street, corner, of Vallejo street. 

Eureka Market, 27 Bush street. 

Family Market, corner Bush and Dupont streets. 

Fanueil Hall Market, corner Jesse and First streets. 

Fell's Point Market, corner Pacific and Battery streets. 

First Street Market, corner First and Melius streets. 

Franklin Market, 99 Bush street. 

French Market, 259 Dupont street. 

Fulton Market, corner Washington and Stockton streets. 

Hamburg Market, 183 Pacific street. 

Jackson Street Market, 199 Jackson street. 

Jefferson Market, corner Dupont and Jackson streets. 

Kearny Street Market, 111 Kearny street. 

Knickerbocker Market, Jessie, near Second street. 

Long Wharf Market, 9 Commercial street. 

Market, corner Sacramento and Stockton streets. 

Market, 232 Clay, near Pike street. 

Market, corner Pacific and Powell streets. 

Market, corner Powell and Yallejo streets. 

Market, corner Yallejo and Battery streets. 

Market, corner Clay and Powell streets. 

Market, Third, opposite Hunt street. 

Mount Hope Market, corner Broadway and Powell street. 

National Market, corner Kearny and Bush streets. 

New York Market, 365 Stockton street. 

New Market, corner Yallejo and Dupont streets. 

Ohio Market, 121 Pacific street. 

Oregon Market, 29 Davis street. 

Oriental Market, 63 Davis street. 

Our Market, 358 Stockton street. 

Pacific Market, 281 Dupont street. 

Pacific Street Market, 219 Pacific street. 

Philadelphia Market, corner Dupont and Green streets. 

Pine Street Market, corner Dupont and Pine streets. 



158 PEIVATE MARKETS. — MILLS. 

• 

Pioneer Market, corner Powell and Union streets. 

Pleasant Market, Stevenson, between First and Second streets. 

Rassettc Market, 4 Sansome street. 

Sand Hill Market, 57 Kearny street. 

Sansome Market, corner Jackson and Sansome streets. 

San Rafael Market, (Moylan's,) 43 Broadway. 

Smith's Market, corner Stockton and Vallejo streets. 

St. Francis Market, corner Sacramento and Dupont streets. 

Star Market, corner Third and Mission streets. 

Summit Market, Sacramento wharf, corner Drum street. 

Sutter Market, corner Folsom and Beale streets. 

Sutter Street Market, Sutter street, corner Rasette place, No. 2. 

Telegraph Market, Cunningham's wharf. 

Tompkins Market, 134 Mission street. 

Trinity Market, corner Trinity and Bush streets. 

Union Market, corner Broadway and Stockton streets. 

Virginia Market, corner Jackson and Virginia streets. 

Washington Market, corner Jackson and Kearny streets. 

Quincy Market, corner Kearny and Pacific streets. 



MILLS IN SAN FRANCISCO. 



Alta Saw and Planing Mills, Market place, fronting Battery street ; G. 

M. Hutton, proprietor. 
California Steam Mills, 100 Pine street ; Holmes, Gould & Battles, pro- 
prietors. 
City Flouring Mills, 25 First street ; Henry Thompson & Co., proprietors. 
Coffee, Spice and Grain Mills, office 126 Sansome . W. H. Bovee & Co., 

proprietors. 
Eclipse Flour Mills, Gold street, between Montgomery and Sansome ; 

Chazal, Elam & Co., proprietors. 
Excelsior Flour Mills, Pine, between Montgomery and Kearny streets ; 

Wm. Lharp<fc Co., proprietors. 
Eureka Flour Mills, corner Powell and Francisco streets ; Friedlander 

& Co., proprietors. 
Gallego Mills, 149 Battery street ; P. G. Peltret, agent. 
Golden Gate Flour Mills, 136 Pine, near Montgomery ; Conro, Sampson, 

& Co., proprietors. 
Happy Valley Flour Mills, corner First and Melius streets ; Fitch <fe Co., 

proprietors. 
Harrison Flour Mills, 35 Sansome street ; John Knox, agent. 
Jackson Street Mills, 78 Jackson street ; Wm. Nelson, proprietor. 
Phoenix Saw Mills, Market, near First street ; J. A. Wynkoop & Co., 

proprietors. 
Rice Mills, Fremont, near Market ; Dunn & Co., proprietors. 
Washington Flour, Saw and Planing Mills, Market, near First street ; 

D. W. Van Court, proprietor. 



FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 159 



FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 



Alta Foundry, Market place, facing Battery street ; G. M. Hutton, pro- 
prietor. 

Brass Foundry and Lock Factory, 67 California street ; John C. Ayres, 
•proprietor. 

Brass and Bell Foundry, Halleck, near Sansome street ; Garratt & Co. 
proprietors. 

Brass Foundry, corner Jackson street and Jones' alley ; Knight & Kim- 
ball, proprietors. 

Eagle Iron Works, Fremont street, between Market and Mission streets ; 
Charles Howard, proprietor. 

Excelsior Iron Works, 167 California street ; John O'Brien & Co. pro- 
prietors. 

Pacific Iron Foundry, First street, between Mission and Howard streets; 
Goddard & Co. proprietors. 

Phoenix Iron Works, Battery, near Pacific street; B. Haywood, proprietor. 

San Francisco Iron Works, 161 and 166 California street ; Thos. Shaw, 
proprietor. 

San Francisco Novelty Works, 116 Front street ; Smith, Gowers & 
Neefus, proprietors. 

Sutter Iron Works, corner Folsom and Beale streets ; Geo. K. Gluyas, 
proprietor. 

Union Iron and Brass Foundry, corner First and Mission streets ; James 
and Peter Donahue, proprietors. 

Yulcan Foundry and Boiler Works, First street, fronting on Melius and 
Fremont streets ; Geo. Gordon & Stein, proprietors. 



160 STABLES. 



STABLES. 



Bazaar — Livery and Sale, Nos. 99 and 101 Kearny street ; John Crowe, 

proprietor. 
Caryl's — Livery and Sale, Nos. 73 and 75 Kearny street ; W. B. Caryl 

& Co., proprietors. 
Caryl & Elliott's — Livery and Sale, Stevenson, near First street ; B. 

W. Caryl & Wm. H. Elliott, proprietors. 
Eagle — Livery and Sale, 104 and 106 Kearny street ; Chas. E. Denslow, 

proprietor. 
Eclipse — Livery and Sale, Massey's Court ; J. M. McDonald, proprietor. 

Empire — Livery and Sale, 133 Kearny street ; S. P. Bowman, proprietor. 

Eureka — -Livery and Sale, 54 Kearny street ; Bradt & Szegedy, pro- 
prietors. 

Fashion — Livery and Sale, 113 and 115 Kearny street ; T. F. Potter, jr., 
proprietor. 

Golden Horse — Livery and Sale, 84 Kearny street ; R. Coward, pro- 
prietor. 

Hippona — Livery, Sale and Exchange, 166 Commercial street ; Shear & 
Wilson, proprietors. 

Oriental — Livery and Sale, Jessie street ; James Churchward, proprietor. 

Pilot — Livery and Sale, 70 Kearny street ; John H. Sayward & Co., 
proprietors. 

Pioneer — Livery and Sale, 160 California street ; Mason & Sawyer, pro- 
prietors. 

Schenck's — 19 Battery street ; H. Schenck, (Veterinary Surgeon,) pro- 
prietor. 

Stutsman's — Livery and Sale, Pacific, between Kearny and Montgomery 
streets ; J. Stutsman, proprietor. 

Tattersall's — Livery and Sale, corner Kearny and Sacramento streets ; 
P. Hunt, proprietor. 

Travers' — Livery and Sale, corner Kearny and Broadway , Jas. R. Trav- 
ers, proprietor. 

Wade's — (Carriage) Stables, Stockton, between Green and Union streets; 
Wm. N. Wade, proprietor. 



NAMES, REMOVALS, &C. 

RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR REGULAR INSERTION, 



Adam? JosBPtt, proprietor Adams House, ' 

44 Bush 
A!c]en Judah. carman, 165 Sansome, corner 

Gold 
Alden .Samuel, porter. 165 Sansome, corner , 

GoJ»J 
Aldrich ft McCnnnell, attorneys. 1 Masonic 

Hall. 2d floor 
Aldrich L. attorney. 1 Masonic Hall, 2d floor 
Vldrich L. H. dairyman, .Spring Valley, Pre- 
sidio Road 
Aldrich K. S. m. d, corner Bush and Sansome i 
Alexander N. P. 2d Lieut. U. S. Corps En-| 

gineere, 68 Montgomery Block, 3d floor 
Allen Edward H. firm of G. B. Post k Co. 

Cunningham's Block 
Allen Henry A. firm of Greene, Heath ft 

Allen. 47 and 49 California 
Applegate J. H. attorney. 3 Express Building, 

3d floor 
Argyras ft Peat. com. merchants, corner Clay 

aud Battery, 2d floor 
Armstrong & Co. coal yard, 231 Kearny 
Armstrong A. H. coal yard, 231 Kearny, h. 

231 Kearny 

Babbitt N. M. city intelligence office, Kearny. 

2 doors north of Post-Office. 
Badarous Camille. m. d. and occulist, rooms 2 

and 3 Express Building. 2d floor 
Baker C. L. u. d. 200^ Clay. 2d floor 
Ballou A. N. house 160^ Commercial 
Barker Wm. H. bar-keeper, Cirard House, 

Merchant, between Sansome and Mont- 
gomery 
Barkley Wm. proprietor Barkley's Hotel, 86 

Kearqy , 

Barkley fc Co. San Francisco commission 

office, 144 Kearny 
Barnard Major J. G. (U. |3. Corps of EngL 

neers,) 68 Montgomery Block, 3d floor 
Beale Lieut. E. F. Superintendent of Indian 

affairs, 129 Montgomery, 2d floor 
Beatty Robert, house 160Vo Commercial 
Beayer Geo. W. firm of James Patrick & Co 
-ehrens Julius, Valley House, Presidio Road 
Beideman J. C. office X. W- corner Clay and 

Montgomery, h. corner Parker and Tyler 
(Belknap D. P. attorney, Xo. 55 Montgomery 

Block, 3d floor, h. corner of Pacific and 

Montgomery 
•Benjamin E. B. firm of Potts, Benjamin & 

Co. S. W. corner Battery and Sacram'to 



Bennet H. W. apothecary, 42 Bush, house 93 
Bush 

Benson Edward S. firm of Lemon & Benson, 
157 Montgomery 

Benson John, merchant, 157 Montgomery 

Berrien Samuel U. laborer, U, S. Bonded 
warehouse, corner Union and Battery. 

Bigley .John E. dealer in stocks, 148 Clay, h. 
156 Stockton 

Bing H. A. general agent, 184 Clay, 2d floor 

Birdsall Lowis A. m. r>. superintendent U. S. 
Branch Mint, office Armory Hall, resi- 
dence TJ. S. Branch Mint 

Bishop Mad. Anna, b'ds Wilson's Exchange 

Bishop C. S. flour inspector, X. E. corner of 
Washington and Dayis 

Blanding Louis, firm of Calhoun k Blanding, 
attorneys, 37 Montgomery Block, 3d floor 

Blakiston J. S. sail maker, Clay, near East 

Blais Edward, merchant, 186 Montgomery 

Bloor G. W. boards at Wilson's Exchange 

Boardman, Bacon & Co. wholesale and retail 
hardware, porner Battery and California 

Bokee. Titcomb <fc Co. auction and commis- 
sion merchants, 59 and 61 Sacramento 

Bontin H. J. clerk, boards Merchants' Hotel 

Burroughs Charles, h. Io0}£ Commercial 

Bossange L. & Co. real estate and stock 
agency, Argenti's Building, 2d floor. 

Botts'W. S. firm of Sloat, Mayer i- Botts, 
129 Montgomery. 2d floor 

Boulden & Himrod, auct, and com. merchants, 
> s 9 and 91 Empire Block, California 

Boulden W. S. auct. and com. merchant, 89 
aud 91 Empire Block, California 

Bradshaw & Co. wholesale grocers, corner of 
Battery and California 

Bradshaw Samuel C. jr. wholesale grocer, cor- 
ner of Battery and California 

Bradshaw Turrell T. wholesale grocer, corner 
of Battery and California 

Braunan James, Commercial Row, 2d floor 

Braynard C. P. firm of E. White & Co. 155 
Montgomery 

Breed Henry A. secretary of Clay and Wash- 
ington Wharf Co's, Xo. 8 Express 
Building, 3d floor 

Breed Daniel X. Xo. 8 Express Building, 3d 
floor 

Brewer Wm. S. & Thos. P. dairymen, Spring 
Valley 

Brigham D. jr. merchant, 3 Express Building, 
3d floor 



2(H 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 



Brinsmade Peter A. conveyancer and agent 
for claims against theU. S. Government, 
146 Montgomery, b. 233 Powell 

Brooks Geo. J. & Co. paper warehouse, 123 
Sansome, corner Merchant, 2d floor 

Brooks F. W. paper warehouse, 123 Sansome, 
corner Merchant, 2d floor 

Brooks W. H. J. & Co. publishers and pro- 
prietors of "The Pioneer," 157 Montg'y 

Brooks W. H. J. clerk, 157 Montgomery 

Brooks H. B. "California Courier" publica- 
tion office, 146 Montgomery 

Brown D. 0. book-keeper, Nos. 197 and 199 
Sansome 

Brown & Co. night work, Sutter, 3 doors from 
Dupont 

Brown Delos W. firm of Mitchell & Brown. 
85 Front, corner of Clay, boards at Mer- 
chants' Hotel 

Brown, Pratt & Tracy, attorneys, 6 and 7 
Wells' Building 

Brown Harvey S. attorney, 6 and 7 AVells' 
Building 

Brown John G. commission merchant, Empire 
Warehouse, corner Market & Beale 

Bryant T. H. tinner, 145 Sansome 

Burbank D. m. d. 146 Kearny, 2d floor 

Burnap J. firm of Lord & Burnap, S. side of 
Jackson, between Kearny and Dupont 

Burnside Edward, jour, printer, "California 
Courier" office, h. 211 Clay 

Byrne Edward, real estate agent and money 
broker, 146 Montgomery, h. 22 Pike 

Caden Thomas, gents' furnishing goods, 159 
Montgomery 

Calhoun & Blanding, attorneys, 37 Montgom- 
ery Block, 3d floor 

Calhoun James E. attorney, 37 Montgomery 
Block, 3d floor. 

Cannon J. B. & Co. auction and commission 
merchants, 53 and 55 Front 

Cardozo I. N. attorney, 151 Clay, 2d floor 

Carter Joseph 0. clerk, 97 Merchant 

Case Horace M. porter, at A. S. Wright's, 
Armory Hall. 

Chambrey & Princhard, linen drapery and 
raantua making, 155 Sacramento 

Chapelle A. Marius, firm of Henry S. Fitch 
& Co. real estate auctioneers, No. 157 
Montgomery 

Churchman & Mackinley, attorneys and coun- 
sellors, corner of Montgomery and Com- 
mercial, 2d floor 

Churchman James, attorney and counsellor, 
corner of Montgomery and Commercial, 
2d floor 

Ciprico & Currie, hair dressing saloon, Mer- 
chant. 1 door below Montgomery 

Ciprico Geo. hair dressing saloon, Merchant, 
1 door below Montgomery 

Claghorn Edw. H. firm of Newhall, Gregory 
& Claghorn, auct. and com. merchants, 
corner Sansome and Sacramento 



Clark Rev. Orange, D. D. 112 Montgomery 

Block. 4th floor 
Clark Wm. S. 3 Express Building. 3d floor, 

house N. W. corner Sutter and Powell 
Clark Sherman S. Commercial How, 2d floor 
Coghill J. H. & Co. grocers and com. merch'ts, 

. 137 Front 
Coghill W. N. grocer and com. merchant, 

137 Front 
Coghill A. J. grocer and com. merchant, 137 j 

Front 
Cornwall Wm. A. notary public, 155 Mont- 

gomery, h. corner Pine and Dupont 
Coughliu J. M. merchant, 59 and 61 San-] 

some 
Cramer V. & Co. 84 Battery, 2d floor 
Cranage W. A. porter, 42 Bush 
Crane James M. Editor and proprietor of] 

California Courier, over Hutton & Co.'s 

Washington 
Crockett, Page & Tevis, attorneys, 1, 2. 3 and 

4, Express Building, 3d floor 
Crocket^ J. B. attorney, 1, 2. 3 and 4, Ex- 
press Building, 3d floor 
Crooks John W. bar and lamp fixtures, 97 

Merchant 
Crosby E. 0. attorney, 182 day, 2d floor, 

residence San Jose. 
Crowther Geo. T. wholesale liquors, 35 and 

37 Leidesdorff 
Cudworth & Co. dairymen, Spring Valley, 

Presido road 
Currie Matthew, hair dressing saloon, Mer- 
chant, 1 door below Montgomery 
Cushman Capt. Samuel H. 139 Front 

Davis Geo.G. apothecary, 42 Bush 

Deike & Winter, refreshment stand, P. O. 

Arcade 
Del Valle Louis M. Consul de Mexico, 124 

Sacramento, 2d floor 
Dennes Wm. H. Commercial Row, 2d floor 
Denncs Wm. E. Commercial Row, 2d floor 
Dill P. R., m. d., office corner Davis and 

Jackson, boards Frauklin House 
Dimmock E. R. real estate broker, 174 Mont 

gomery, 2d floor 
Donaldson Alex. C, si. d., druggist and 

apothecary, corner Washington au< 

Brenham Place 
Duane Charles P. chief engineer San Frar. 

cisco Fire Department, City Hall 
Dupuytren Pigue, m d. and surgeon, Wash- 
ington, 1 door below Montgomery 
Dwyer David, coal and wood yard, 165 Cala 

h. 174>^ Clay 

Eaton & Pendleton, real estate agents, 

Masonic Hall, 2d floor 
Eaton Lemuel P. real estate agent, 4 Masoni 

Hall, 2d floor 
Eckel & Hillerscheidt, homceopathists, soutl 

side California, 4 doors above Kearney 
Edgerly N. B. clerk, 159 Front 



ADDITIOXAL NAMES. 



Elliott S. F., m. d , ofBce 'Montgomery, be- 
tween Pine and Bush 

Engels, Hooper <fc Co. commission merchants, 
A. Guy's building, entrance on Merchant 

Ernst Rufus & J. "Weyse, vines and fruit trees, 
43 Montgomery 

Eyre M. D. real estate agent, 174 Montgom- 
ery, 2d floor 

Fargo F. F. real estate broker, California, 
Dear Powell 

Farreil Edward, laborer, 231 Kearney 

Faulkner, Bell & Co. commission merchants, 
128 California 

Foley T. firm of M'Garrahan & Foley, 50 ! 
California 

Fry, Nautre & Johnson, attorneys, 136 Mont- 
gomery, room 14, 2d floor 

Fry J. H. attorney, 138 Montgomery, room 
14, 2d floor, h. cast side Kearney, be- 
tween Green and Union 

Fuller C. A. fancy goods, 162 Sacramento 

Gardner Geo. M. dealer in paints and oils, 
117 Washington 

Garvey C. & Co. real estate agents, 163 Clay 

Gaylord H. O. firm of Haley. Gaylord & Co. 
corner Montgomery and Merchanl 

Gauley J. A. Xo.'s 121 and 122 Montgomery ' 
Block, 4th floor 

Goodsell D. ('. .M. shipwright, Fremont, be- 1 
tween Howard and Folsom 

Gough C. H. south-east corner Powell and 
Broadway 

Grant Jos. & Arm. Goyol, brokers and real 
estate agents, 158 Montgomery Block 

Greene Wm. Fred, attorneys Bolton & Bar- 
ron's building 

Greene, Heath & Allen, commission mer- 
chants, 47 and 4!) California 

Grim II. M. boards at Wilson's Exchange 

Gronficr Jne. & Co. agents for Vve. Lyon, 
Alemand k Fils. Pari-. Sherman's build- 
ing, 2d floor 

Guliver Edward, firm of Peltret k Gulliver, 
Beale, near Market. 

Guydon 8. M. toll gate keeper, 1st toll gate, 
Pacific street plank road 

Guyol Arm. broker and real estate agent, 158 
Montgomery Block 

Hai.ev, Gaylord & Co. real estate and stock 
auctioneers, corner Montgomery and ; 
Merchant 

Haley B. real estate and stock auctioneer, cor- ' 
ner Montgomery and Merchant 

Halliday C. M. saloon, 166 and 168 Commer- 
cial 

Hamilton C F. San Francisco Herald, 120 
Montgomery 

Harris S. R., m. d., Armory Hall, boards at 
Oriental Hotel 

Hassard P. J. firm of Keith, Hassard & Co. 
corner Montgomery and Clay 



Hassey F. A. firm of E. White & Co. 155 

Montgomery. 
Hepburn A. M." saloon, 166 and 168 Com- 
mercial 
Hess &: Remmel, Orleans saloon, 156 Mont- 
gomery Block, basement 
Hickox Geo. C. 88 Davis 
Hixon & Josselyn, upholsterers, 172 Clay 
Hixon Wm upholsterer, 172 Clay 
Hoffman V. architect. 91 Montgomery 
Horn T. L. firm of B. C. Horn & Co. corner 

Clay and Battery 
Horn <fc Gilmore. Florence's saloon, X. E. 
corner Montgomery and Commercial, 
basement 
Hotchkiss S., m. d. and dental surgeon, 156 

Sacramento. 2d floor 
Houston John H. carman, h. Buena Yista 
Huntington C. B. 53 and 55 Front 

•Tanks. TIk.vhy B. attorney, Bolton & Bar- 
ron's building. 

Johnson E. firm of Fry, Nautre & Johnson, 
attorneys, 136 Montgomery, h. 9 Com- 
mercial 

Joseph Ferdinand, confectioner, 227 Stockton 

Josselvn J. S. firm of Hixon & Josselyn, 172 
Clay 

Keefe John, laborer, h. Francisco, near 

Kearny 
Keith. Hassard & Co. wholesale and retail 

druggists, S. E. corner Clay and Mont- 

g( imery 
Keith Wm. II. wholesale and retail druggist, 

S. E. corner Clay and Montgomery 
Kewen, Johnston & Morrison, real estate 

brokers and auctioneers, 99 Merchant 
Kewed ft Morrison, attorneys, 99 Merchant 
Knott R. P. rooms 148 Montgomery, 2d floor 

Lab att H. J. attorney, 151 Clay, 2d floor 
Latimer Wm. W. collector " California Cou- 
rier." 
Linthal Henry, porter, 53 and 55 Front 
Lum A. Stewart, Florence saloon, X. E. cor. 
Montgomery and Commercial, basement 
Lyth & Co. office Golden Gate Hotel 

Maxrow J. P. room 13 Express building 
Markley L. 159 Montgomery, h. corner Bush 

and Mason 
McCabe P. H. exchange and money broker, 

158 Montgomery 
McGlynn D. C. contractor, 117 Washington 
McGarrahan & Foley. 50 California 
McKee R. & Co. wholesale grocers, 60"Front 
McKenzie John T. No. 2 Commercial row, 

2d floor 
McLean Wm. W. 53 and 55 Front 
Melius Geo. dealer in wines and liquors, 137 

Montgomery, basement 
Merritt S. m. d. rooms 11 and 12 Express 

building 



ADDITIONAL NAMES. 



Morgan Isaac & Co. old junk store, corner 

Battery and Yallejo 
Morgan Capt. J. A. cor. Battery and Vallejo 
Murphy N. S. m. d. N. E. corner Clay and 

Montgomery, 2d floor 

Nautke J. A. firm of Fry, Nautre &, Johu- 
son, attorneys; 136 Montgomery, h. S.| 
side Pacific, bet. Virginia and Stockton 

Newell Wm. Hi printer, boards at 12 Bay 
State row 

Nutman James Ei Florence saloon, N. E. 
cor. Montgomery and Commercial, base- 
merit 

Oaker Benj. painter, h. Union, near Powell 

Oakley D. H. h. Mason, near Union 

Oakes Tony, Terrapin Lunch, 166 and 168 

Commercial 
O'Callaghan James, collector of street assess- 
ments, 23 City Hall, 3d floor 
Oliveria D. M. d. 232 Washington 
Ordernau 0. civil engineer and architect, 28 

Tehama House 
Osborne Oi C. stock broker, 158 Montgomery 

Pakrott John, rooms 134 Sacramento, 2d 
floor 

Peltret & Gulliver, pork packers and inspect- 
ors. Beale, near Market 

Peltret Peter G. pork packer and inspecter, 
Beale, near Market 

Pendleton J; dealer in real estate, 4 Masonic 
Hall, 2d floor 

Pendleton Edw. A; firm of Eaton & Pendle- 
ton, 4 Masonic Hall. 2d floor 

Poland L. T. attorney, P. 0. Exchange, 2d 
floor 

Pollard & Co. real estate agents and money 
brokers, 102 Montgomery, Express bd'g 

Pringle Edw. J. attorney and commissioner, 
125 Montgomery, 2d floor 

Quirk J. D. G. 171 Sacramento 

Reggio A. hardware and cutlery, 3 Trainer's 

row 
Reese Wm. S. Howard's building, 2d floor 
Rich S. & Bro. cor. Sacramento and Battery 
Rogers & Fullerton, commission merchants, 

Battery, between Broadway and Vallejo 

Scarborough J. W. attorney, Naglee's build- 
ing, 2d floor 



Searle & Wagner* S. E. cor. Front and Sac- 
ramento, 2d floor 

Simpson M. Merchants' Exchange, 150 Mont- 
gomery 

Sloan E. W. F. attorney, No. 2 Court block 

Smythe Wm. Howard's building, 4th floor 

Specht J. San Francisco brewery, 126 Broad- 
way 

Springstead D. homoeopathic physician, 4 
and 6 Court block. 

Stephenson R. McLean, architect, 146 Mont- 
gomery, 3d floor 

Taylor C. 53 and 55 Front 
Thompson John D. 53 and 55 Front 
Towle G. W. attorney, 156 Clay, 2d floor 
Tubbs & Co. ship chandlers, 139 Front 
Tubbs A. L. ship chandler, 139 Front 
Tubbs H. ship chandler, 139 Front 

Upham Wm. F. saloon, X. W. corner Com- 
mercial and Kearny 
Upton Geo. B. Jr. corner Pine and Front 

Vaughn E. A. firm of Warren & Co. Armo- 
ry Hall, basement 

Wade Wm. N. carriage stables, Stockton, 
between Green and Union 

Walker W. Z. book keeper, 139 Front 

Wallen & Co. coal yard, office 158 Montgo- 
mery 

Warren & Co; Marble Pillar saloon, Armory 
Hall, basement 

Warren R. M. Marble Pillar saloon, Armory 
Hall, basement 

Weiss C. A. importer of millinery and fancy 
goods, 187 Clay 

Wetntore Jesse L. carpenter and builder, 
Meiggs' Musical Hall buildings, 2d floor 

White Wm. M. Express livery stable, Cali- 
fornia, near Montgomery 

White E. & Co. real estate brokers and con- 
veyancers, 155 Montgomery 

Whiting H. A., Adams & Co.'s Express 
office 

Wilder Wm. A. Howard's building, 2d floor 

Woolley Chas. books and stationery, 161 Clay 

Wray C. manufacturing jeweller, 194 Cali- 
fornia 

Wyman & Turner, civil engineers and sur- 
veyors, Express building, 3d floor 

Zaldo Ramon de, 7 Armory Hall, 3d floor 



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INDEX TO THE APPENDIX. 



PAGE. 

AMUSEMENTS— Plaoea of 235 

ASSAY OFFICES 233 

ASS( M IIATIONS— Mercantile Library 260 

San Francisco Law Library 260 

Young Men's Christian 257 

ASYLUMS— San Francisco Orphan. . .256 

St. Patrick's Catholic Orphan 'I'M 

BAKERIES 153, L54 

BANKING BOUSES 

BLOCKS. BUILDINGS and ROWS— 

180 to 199 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 235 

CEMETERY 231 

CHURCHES AND MINISTERS.... 238 

CISTERNS— Location of 212 

CITY GOVERNMENT 206 

City Officers 206 

Aldermen and Residences 207 

Assistant Aid. and Residences 2 - 

Standing Committees, Aid. and As.-?. 

Aid..". 207 

Judges and Inspectors of Elections. .209 

riTY GRADES (official) 173 to 177 

CITY WARDS— Boundaries of 177 

COMMISSIONERS— U. S. Land 218 

State Laud 218 

Pilot 225 

( )f Ponded Debt (city) 306 

Of Deeds, resident in other States — 

239, 240 241 
C( >MMON SCHOOLS— Location of and 

Teachers 229, 230 

Districts, boundaries of 230 

Condition of 230 

COMPANIES— San Francisco and Mis- 
sion Dolores Plank Road 259 

Manufacturing 259 

State Telegraph, office, <fcc 261 

City Gas. 260 

Mountain Lake Water 259 

CON 8 ULS— Foreign 228 

COUNTY OFFICERS 205 

Sheriff and Deputies 205 

Supervisors, Board of 206 

Standing Committees. Supervisors. .206 

COURTS 222 

U. S. District 222 

Supreme 222 

District 222 

Superior 222 

Of Sessions 222 

Probate 222 

Justice's 222 ■ 



PAGE. 

CRIC k" ET CLUB 258 

CURRENCIES— Foreign 229 

CU8T< CM HOUSE— Location of 219 

Officers of Customs 219. 220 

DRV BOCK 202 

EXPRESSES 234 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 210 

Ordinances relative to 213. 214, 215 

Deles Board of 210 

mpauies and Officers of — 

211,212 
Engine Houses, location of . ... 211, 212 

Fire Districts and alarms 212 

FOUNDRIES AND IRON WORKS. 159 
HALLS. BUILDINGS, OFFICES, fce. 

200 to 202 
HI K3PITAL8, (public) U. S. Marine. . . 236 

State .Marine 236 

11"- P HALS, (private) 237 

HOTELS 147 to 151 

INSURANCE AND ASSURANCE- 

Offices-of 233, 234 

LIBRARIES— Mercantile 260 

San Francisco Law 260 

LI< BNSE LAW 223 

MARKETS (public)— Location of. 155, 156 
MARKETS (private) — Location of. 157,158 
MILITARY— Pacific Division U. S. 

Army, officers of 262 

Independent Companies 263, 264 

MILLS 158 

MINT— | U. S. Branch.) location of . ... 221 

NEWS PAPERS 231, 232 

NOTARIES PUBLIC .221 

OMNIBUS ES— routes, Arc 235 

ORDINANCE — concerning Gunpowder 217 
" concerning Side-walks. . .218 

" obstructing the Harbor.. 218 

PILOTS 225 

Old Line 225 

Opposition Line 225 

Merchants' Line 225 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 209 

Officers of. 209 

Police Force 209 

Ordinances relative to 216 

PORT WARDENS— Board of 223 

Bill relative to 223, 224, 225 

PORT CHARGES 225 

POST OFFICE 226 

POSTAGE— Rates of 226, 227, 228 

REPRESENTATIVES a.vd REPRE- 
SENTATIVE DISTRICTS. .204, 205 



INDEX TO APPENDIX. 



PAGE. 

RESTAURANTS and COFFEE SA- 
LOONS 151 to 153 

SENATORIAL DISTRICTS and BEN* 
ATORS ,..,,,, 204 

SOCIETIES-^ 

California Pioneers. , , . 248 

Ladies' Protection and Relief 254 

Masonic ,242 to 248 

Medical 255 

Odd Fellows 249 to 252 

French Benevolent. , , 254 

New England , , . .255 

First Hebrew Benevolent 254 

San Francisco Bible * 255 

Sons of Temperance , , 253 

Sunday School Union 256 

Pacific Tract 256 

German Benevolent . , . , . , . , 254 



PAGE. 

STABLES 160 

STAGES. ROUTES, &c 235 

STATE OFFICERS 204 

" Flour Inspector 221 

STEAMSHIP AND STEAMBOAT 

LANDINGS 202 

STEAM NAVIGATION— Ocean 261 

STREETS, COURTS, AND PLA- 
CES , 161 to 173 

U. S. GOVERNMENT 203 

Presidents 203 

Congress , , . . . 203 

Courts , , . , , 203 

U. S. SURVEYOR GENERAL 221 

U. S. NAVAL OFFICERS ,...221 

VESSELS — (Statistics of preceding Ap- 
pendix.) 
WHARVES— Location of . . . , 177, 178, 179 



Stppendi*. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in tho year 1804, by LkColnt & Strong, in the Clerk's Office of the District 
Court of the United States for the Southern District of California. 



A. 

ABBOTT Street, from Third to Fourth, near 
Harrison. 

ADELLE Alley, opens on Jackson street, 
N. side, between 284 and 288. 

ADLER Street, opens on Dupont street, 
E. side, between Broadway and Pacific. 

ANDREW Street, from Mission to Harri- 
son, between Fifth and Simmons. 

ANN Street, opens on Folsom street, be- 
tween Fourth and Fifth. 

ANNIE Street, from Market to Brannan, 
between Second and Third. 

ANTHONY Street, from Market to How- 
ard, between First and Second. 

ARCADE or DUNBAR'S Alley, in rear of 
City Hall. 

B. 

BALANCE Street, opens at 124 Jackson 

street, N. side, between Montgomery 

and Sansome. 
BARTOL Street, opens at G9 Broadway, N. 

side, near Montgomery. 
BARTLETT Street opens at 203 Pacific, 

S. side, to 214 Jackson street, between 

Kearny and Dupont. 
BATTERY Street, from Market N. to 

Flint's wharf. 
BAY Street, from North Point west to 

Larkin street. 
BEACH Street, from North Point Beach 

W. to "Webster street. 
BEALE Street, from Market, junction of 

Pine and Davis, S. E.to Brannan. 
BELDEN Street, opens at 137 Pine, S. side, 

near Kearny. 
BERRY Street, opens on Dupont, east side, 

near Bush 
BLUXOME Street, from First, S. W. be- 
tween Brannan and Townsend. 
BOSTON Street, opens between Fifth and 

Simmons, near Harrison. 
BRADY Street, from Market, south-east to 

Mission. 



BRANNAN Street, from Beale S. W. to 
Mission Creek. 

BRANNAN Place, opens on Green, north 
side, near Dupont. 

BREXHAM Place. W. side Portsmouth 
Square, bet. Clay and Washington. 

BROOKS Street, from Market N. between 
Kearny and Dupont 

BROWN Street, from Mission S. E.to Har- 
rison ; opens on MacAllister, N. side, 
near Larkin. 

BROWN'S Alley, opens on Pine, N. side, 
near Kearny. 

BROADWAY St. from Broadway wharf 
AY. to Larkin. 

BRYANT Street, from Main S. W. to Mis- 
sion Creek. 

BRYANT Place, opens on Bush, N. side, 
between Montgomery and Sansome. 

BUSH Street, from Market W. to Larkin. 

c. 

CALHOUN Street, from Union to Green, 
between Sansome and Montgomery. 

CALIFORNIA Street, from junction Cali- 
fornia and Market st. wharves, west to 
Larkin. 

CANAL Street, from Front to Battery, be- 
tween Washington and Clay. 

CARD'S Alley, opens at 347 Stockton, W. 
side, between Vallejo and Green. 

CAROLINE Street, from Chestnut to Lom- 
bard, bet. Jones and Leavenworth. 

CAROLINE Place, opens on Powell, be- 
tween Pacific and Jackson. 

CARR Street, opens on Pine,' W. side, be- 
tween Leavenwocth and Hyde 

CAT Alley, opens at 249 Dupont, W. side, 
between Pacific and Jackson. 

CENTRE 

CHAMBERS Street, opens at 167 Front, 
W. side, between Pacific street and 
Broadway. 

CHANNEL Street, from Third S. W. to 
Mission Bay. 



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APPENDIX. — STREET DIRECTORY. 



CHARLES Place, opens on Montgomery, 
W. side, between Pacific and Broadway, 

CHARLES Street, opens on Harris, be- 
tween Folsom and Howard. 

CHESTNUT Street, from N. Point Docks 
W. to Larkin. 

CLARA Street, opens on Bush, S. side, be- 
tween Kearny and Dupont. 

CLARK Street, opens at 144 Front, E. side, 
between Pacific and Jackson. 

CLAY Street, from Clay street wharf W. 
to Larkin. 

CLEMENTINA Street, from Fourth S. W. 
to Anu. 

CODMAN Place, opens on Washington, S. 
side, between Stockton and Powell. 

COMMERCE Street, opens on Battery, E. 
side, between Union and Green. 

COMMERCIAL Street, opens at Central 
wharf, W. to 180 Dupont 

CORBETT Street, from Dolores to Mission 
Creek. 

CRESCENT Street, from Stockton to Pow- 
ell, near O'Farrell. 

D. 

DAVID Street, opens on Howard, between 
Fifth and Simmons. 

DAVIS Street, from Market N. to Clark's 
point. 

DECATUR Street, from Bryant to Bran- 
nan, between Price and Kate. 

DELANCY Street, opens on Pine, S. side, 
between Leavenworth and Hyde. 

DENT'S Place, opens on Jackson, N. side, 
between Stockton and Powell. 

DOCK Street, opens on Battery, E. side, be- 
tween Filbert and Union. 

DOLORES Street, from Market, west of 
Guerrero. 

DRUM Street, from California N. to Vallejo 
street wharf. 

DUNCAN'S Court, opens at 110 Broadway, 
N. side, between Dupont and Stockton. 

DUPONT Street, from Market street to 
North Beach. 

E. 

EAST Street, from Jackson street wharf S. 

E. to Folsom. 
ECKER Street, from Market S. E. between 

First and Anthony. 
EDDY Street, from junction of Powell and 

Market W. to Larkin. 
EDWARD Street, opens on Bush, N. side, 

between Hyde and Larkin. 
ELIZABETH Street, from Market S. E. to 

Harrison, between Third and Fourth. 
ELLEN St. from Mission S. E. to Harrison. 
ELLEN Place, opens on Pacific, N. side, 

between Leavenworth and Hyde. 
ELLET Place, opens on MacAllister, N. 

side, between Hyde and Brown. 
ELLIS Place, from junction Stockton and 

Market W. to Larkin. 



EMMA Place, from First to Third, near 
Mission. 

F. 

FALLON Street, from California to Pine, 

near Stockton. 
FANNY Street, from Harrison, between 

Fourth and Fifth. 
FIFTH Street, from Market S. E. to Channel 
FILBERT Street, from Front, N. of Union; 

W. to Larkin. 
FINLEY Street, opens on Lombard, S. side, 

between Leavenworth and Hyde. 
FIRST St- from Market S. E. to Townsend. 
FITCHER Street, opens on Green, S. side, 

between Leavenworth and Hyde. 
FLOWER Street, opens on O'Farrell, near 

Larkin. 
FOLSOM Street, from East S. W. to Brown, 

thence S. to Corbett. 
FOURTH Street, from Market S. E. to 

Channel. 
FRANCIS Street, from O'Farrell, S. side, 

S. between Leavenworth and Hyde. 
FRANCISCO Street, from Montgomery 

W., N. of Chestnut, to Larkin. 
FREDERICK Street, opens on First, S. W. 

beeween Bryant and Brannan. 
FREMONT Street, from Market S. E. to 

Brannan. 
FRONT Street, from Market N. to Front 

FULLER Street, from Kearny E. to Webb, 
between Sacramento and California. 

G. 

GAINES Street, from Green to Union, be- 
tween Battery and Sansome. 
GANO Street, opens on Ellis, S. side, near 

Mason. 
GEARY Street, from junction Market and 

Kearny W. to Larkin. 
GOLD Street, opens at 163 Sansome, W. 

side, near Jackson. 
GRANT'S Place, opens on Kearny, W. 

side, between Post and Geary. 
GREEN Street, from Front, N. of Vallejo, 

W. to Larkin. 
GREENWICH Street, from Front, N. of 

Filbert, W. to Larkin. 
GUERRERO Street, from Market S. to 

Corbett, between Valencia and Dolores. 
GUSTAVUS Street, from Sacramento to 

California, between Powell and Mason. 
GWIN Street, from Ellis, N. side, between 

Hyde and Larkin. 

H. 

HARRIS Street, from Market S. E. t 

South street. 
HARRISON Street, from Stewart S. E. to 

Tracy. 
HALLECK Street, opens at 63 Battery, 

W. side, to 34 Leidsdorff. 
HALL'S Alley, opens at 227 Dupont, W. 

side, between Jackson and Washington. 



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HAMPTON Street, from Geary, S. side, 
between Leavenworth and Hyde. 

HARDEE Place, opens at 58 Kearny, E. 
side, between Bush and Sutter. 

HATES Street, from Ellis, S. side, between 
Taylor and Jones. 

HAT WOOD Street, from Mission X. W. 
near Fourth. 

HELEN Street, from Turk, S. side, between 
Hyde and Larkin. 

HERT Street, from Chestnut to Lombard, 
between Hyde and Larkin. 

HERMANN Street, from Matket E. to 
Mission. 

HIGH Street, from Powell, W. side, near 
Clay. 

HINKLET Street, opens on Kearny. W. 
side, between Broadway and Vallejo. 

HOOPER Street, from Fifth to Harris, S. 
of Channel. 

HOUSTON Street, from Jones to Taylor, 
near Chestnut. 

HOWARD Street, from Steward W. to 
Brown, thence S. to Corbett. 

HUBBELL Street, from Harris to Sim- 
mons, between Irwin and South. 

HUNT Street, from Third north-east, near 
Howard. 

HTDE Street, from MacAllister N. to Jef- 
ferson. 

I. 

IRWIN Street, from Harris to Simmons, 
between Hooper & Hubbell. 

•J ■ 

JACKSON Street, from Jaekson-st. wharf 
W. to Larkin. 

JANE Street, from .Market S. E. to Emma, 
between Second and Third. 

JEFFERSON Street, from Powell W.line of 
City Front N. 

JESSIE Street, from Second S. W. between 
Stevenson and Mission. 

JOHNSTON Street, from Market S. E. to 
Mission Creek. 

JOHN Street opens on Powell, W. side, to 
Mason, between Pacific and Jackson. 

JOICE Street, from California to Pine, be- 
tween Stockton and Powell. 

JONES Street, from junction of Market and 
MacAllister N. to Jefferson. 

JONES' Alley, from 135 Jackson, S. side, 
to 102 Washington, between Montgom- 
ery and Sansome. 

JULIUS Street, from Turk. N. side, be- 
tween Leavenworth and Hyde. 

K. 

KATE Street, from Bryant to Brannan, be- 
tween Harris and Decatur. 

KEARNT Street, from Market N. to N. 
Point street. 

KING Street, from Second S. W. to Harris. 

L. 

LARKIN Street, from Market north. 



LAFATETTE Street, opens on Green, N. 
side, between Kearny and Dupont. 

LAURA Place, opens on Pine, S. side, near 
Montgomery. 

LAURA Street, opens on Ellis, N. side, be- 
tween Taylor and Jones. 

LEAVENWORTH Street, from MacAllis- 
ter N. to Jefferson. 

LEIDSDORFF Street, opens at 139 Clay, 
S. side, between Montgomery and San- 
some. 

LOUIS Street, opens on Howard, S. E. side, 
between Harris and Simmons. 

LOMBARD Street, from Sansome W. to 
Larkin. 

LOUISE Street, near Folsom, bet. Fourth 
and P 

LTJCONIA Street, neat Bryant, between 
Second and Fourth. 

M. 

MAC ALLISTER Street, from Market west 

to Larkin. 
MAIDEN Lane,frdm 182 Washington, N. 

aide, near ECearny. 
MAIDEN Lane, from Jaekson, south side, 

between Montgomery and Kearny. 
MAIN Street, from Market street wharf, S. 

I'., in Rincon Point. 
MALVINA Street, opens from Mason, west 

side, between Clay and Sacramento. 
MARGARET Street, open from Folsom, S. 

B. side, near Price. 
MARGARET ANN Street, from California 

to Pine, between Jones and Leavenworth. 
MARK Street, from Mason W. to Taylor, 

between Washington and Clay. 
MAR K BT Street, from Market street wharf, 

S. W. to Dolores. 
MARKET Place, junction Battery and Bush 

with Market street. 
MART Street, from Mission, S. E. side, be- 
tween Fifth and Simmons. 
MART Lane. fronTl21 Bush, S. side, be- 

tweeu Kearny aud Dupont 
MASON Street, from Market north to Jef- 
ferson. 
MASSET'S Court, from 257 Dupont, west 

side, between Pacific and Jackson. 
MELLUS Street, from First, S.W., between 

Mission and Howard. 
MERCHANT Street, opens at 105 Battery, 

W. side, to Kearny. 
MICHAEL Street, from Chestnut to Lom- 
bard, between Dupont and Stockton. 
MILLER Street, opens on Pacific, N. side, 

to Broadway, near Stockton. 
MILTON Place, opens at 181 Bush, N. side, 

and E. from Dupont, near Bush. 
MINNA Street, from Simmons, N. E. near 

Mission. 
MISSION Street, from Mission street wharf, 

S. W. to Brown, thence S. to Corbett. 
MONTGOMERT Street, from Market N. 

to Francisco. 



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APPENDIX. — STREET DIRECTORY. 



HOWRY'S Lane, opens at 136 Broadway, 
N. side, near Stockton, to Valleio. 

N. 

NEWELL Street, opens on Mason, W. side, 
between Chestnut and Lombard. 

NORTH POINT, from North Point west 
to Larkin. 

0. 

OAK Street, opens on Mason, W. side, near 

Geary. 
O'FARRELL Street, from junction Market 

with Dupont, W. to Larkin. 
OHIO Street, opens at 55 Broadway, S. side, 

to 122 Pacific, between Montgomery aud 

Sansome. 
ORD'S Place, from Stockton, near California. 
OREGON Street, opens at 120 Front, east 

side. 

P. 

PACIFIC Street, from Pacific street wharf, 

W. to Larkin. 
PARKER Street, from Pine to California, 

between Dupont and Stockton. 
PEARL Street, from Battery, east side, to 

Front, between Filbert and Greenwich 
PIKE Street, opens at 212 Sacramento, N. 

to 231 Clay 
PINE Street, from junction of Front and 

Market YV. to Larkin. 
PINCKNET Place, opens at 82 Broadway 

N. between Kearny and Dupont. 
POLK Lane, opens on Stockton, east, near 

Broadway. 
POLLARD Street, opens on Vallejo, north, 

between Vallejo and Green. 
PORTER Street, from O'Farrell to Geary, 

between Stockton and Powell. 
PORTSMOUTH Square, bounded by Wash- 
ington street N., Kearny street E., Clay 

street S. and Brenham place W. 
POST Street, from junction of Montgomery 

and Market W. to Larkin. 
POTTER Street, from Market to Mission, 

opposite Brown street. 
POWELL Street, from junction of Eddy and 

Market N. to Jefferson. 
PRICE Street, from Market S.E. to Mission 

PROSPECT Place, opens on Clay, S. side, 
between Stockton and Powell. 

Q. 

QUINCY Street, opens at 201 California, S. 
side, between Kearny and Dupont. 



RASSETTE Place No. 1, opens on Sutter, 

S. side, between Kearny and Dupont. 
RASSETTE Place No. 2, opens on Sutter, 

S. side, W. of No. 1, between Kearny 

and Dupont. 
RASSETTE Place No. 3, opens on Sutter, 

S. side, near Dupont. 
RICHMOND Street, opens at 53 Front, W. 

to 64 Battery. 



RIDLEY Street, from Market S. E. to 

Mission. 
ROBINS Place, on Union, N. Bide, between 

Kearny and Dupont. 
ROSALIE Street, bet. Simmons and Harris, 

near Harrison. 

s. 

SACRAMENTO Street, from Sacramento 

street wharf W. to Larkin. 
SALMON Street, from Green to Union, be- 
tween Mason and Taylor. 
SAN LUIS Alley, opens at 229 Jackson, S. 

side, between Dupont and Stockton. 
SANSOME Street, from junction of Sutter 

and Market, N. to Chestnut. 
SAND Street, opens S. side, between Powell 

and Mason. 
SECOND Street, opens S. side Market S. E. 

to Berry. 
SHERWOOD Place, from Third N. E. be- 
tween Mission and Howard. 
SILVER Street, from Washington, S. side, 

to Canal, between Front and Battery. 
SIMMONS Street, from Market, S. E. to 

Mission Bay. 
SINTON Street, from Post, S. side, between 

Leavenworth and Hyde. 
SOUTH Street, from Mission Creek to the 

Bay. 
SOPHIE Street, from Ellis, N. side, between 

Leavenworth and Hyde. 
SPARKS Street, from Dolores E. to Folsom. 
SPEAR Street from junction California and 

and Market S. E. to Rincon Point. 

SPOFFORD Street, from Clay, north side, to 

Washington, between Pike and Stockton. 

SPRING Street, opens at 161 California, S. 

side, to Summer, between Montgomery 

and Kearny. 

STEVENSON Street, opens on First, S.W. 

near Market. 
STEWART Street, opens at Market street 

wharf S. E. to Rincon Point. 
STOCKTON Street, from Market north to 

N. Beach. 
STONE Street, opens at 280 Washington, 
N. side, to Jackson, between Stockton 
and Powell. 
STOUT Street, opens at 238 Washington, 
N. side, to Jackson, between Stockton 
and Powell. 
ST. CHARLES Street, opens at 242 Du- 
pont, E. side, between Pacific and Broad- 
way. 
ST. MARY'S Street, opens at 201 California, 
S. side, to Pine, between Kearny and 
Dupont. 
SULLIVAN Street, opens at 236 Jackson, 
N. side, to 325 Pacific, between Dupont 
and Stockton. 
SUTTER Street, from junction Sansome and 

Market W. to Larkin. 
SUZAN Street, from Howard, S. E. near 
Simmons. 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



165 



SUMMER Street, opens at 83 Montgomery 
W. side, to Kearny, between Pine and 
California. 

T. 

TAYLOR Street, from Market N. to Jef- 
ferson. 

TAY Street, opens at 325 Clay, S. side, be- 
tween Powell and Mason. 

THIRD Street, from Market S. E. to Chan- 
nel. 

THORNE Street, from Market S. E. to Mis- 
sion Creek. 

TILFORD Street, from Third S. W. to Sim- 
mons, between Bryant and Brannan. 

TOBY Street, from O'Farrell to Ellis, be- 
tween Hvde and Larkin. 

TOWNSEND Street, from First S. TV. to 
Mission Creek. 

TRACY Street, from Mission Creek west to 
Dolores. 

TRAFFORD Street, from Folsom S. E., 
near Harris. 

TRINITY Street, opens at 116 Pine, S. side, 
between Montgomery and Kearny. 

TURK Street, from junction of Market and 
Mason, TV. to Larkin. 

TYLER Street, from junction of Market and 
Taylor W. to Larkin. 

u. 

UNION Place, opens on Green, N. side, be- 
tween Dupont and .Stockton. 
UNION Street, from Front TV. to Larkin. 

V. 

VALENCIA Street, from Market S. \V. to 

Corbett. 
VALLEJO Place, opens on Vallejo street, 

N. side, between Stockton and Powell. 



YALLEJO Street, from Vallejo street wharf 
\V. to Larkin. 

VALPARAISO Street, from Mason to Tay- 
lor, between Filbert and Greenwich. 

YER MEHR Place, from Montgomery TV. to 
Dupont. between Post and Sutter. 

VIRGINIA Street, opens at 272 Washing- 
ton N. to Pacific, between Stockton and 
Powell. 

VIRGINIA Place, opens S. side Washing- 
ton, opposite Virginia street. 

w. 

WASHINGTON Street, from Washington 
street wharf W. to Larkin. 

WASHINGTON Square, bounded N. by 
Filbert, E. by Stockton, S. by Union, 
and W. by Powell. 

WASHINGTON Place, opens at 211 Wash- 
ington, N. side, to Jackson, bet. Kearny 
and Dupont. 

WAVEBLY Place, opens at 232 Clay, N. 
to 229 Washington. 

WEBB Street, opens at 162 California, N. 
side, to 153 Sacramento, near Kearny. 

WEBSTER Street, from Chestnut to Lom- 
bard, between Montgomery and Kearny. 

WEST Street, opens on Geary, N. side, bet. 
Hyde and Larkin. 

WILLIAM Street, from Davis TV., between 
California and Sacramento wharfs. 

TVETMORE Place, opens at 326 Clay, north 
side, between Powell and Mason. 

WIN GATE Place, opens at 181 Stockton 
TV., between California and Sacramento. 

Y. 

YANSEN Street, from Greenwich to Lom- 
bard, between Masou and Taylor. 



Xote. — it will be noticed that the corner numbers only of each Block are used as a 
reference. Those streets running North and South being numbered from Market street as 
a centre, and those running East and West from the water line, as laid down in Eddy's Map. 



ANNIE. 

Not numbered, 
Commences on Market, be- 
tween 2d and 3d, and runs 
S. E. to Mission. 

ANTHONY. 

Not numbered, 
Commences at Market, be- 
tween 1st and 2d, and runs 
S. E. to Howard. 

BATTERY. 

Commences at Market, and 
runs North to Lombard. 

R. L. Market 
8 7 Bush 

32 31 Pine 

56 55 California 



R. L. 


R. L. Kearny 


76 75 Sacramento 


38 37 Dupont 


86 85 Commercial 


74 73 Stockton 


96 95 Clav 


110 109 PoweU 


108 109 Merchant 


146 145 Mason 


120 119 Washington 


182 181 Tavlor 


144 143 Jackson 


218 217 Jones 


168 167 Pacific 


254 253 Leavenworth 


192 191 Broadway 


290 289 Hyde 


216 215 Vallejo 


326 325 Larkin 


240 239 Greene 


362 361 Sparks 


264 263 Union 


398 397 Marlette 


288 287 Filbert 


434 433 Webster 


312 311 Greenwich 




336 335 Lombard < 


BERRY, 



BAY. 

Commences at Kearny, and 
runs N. to Webster. 



Not numbered, 
from Second to Fifth, between 
King street and Mission 



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APPENDIX. — STREET DIRECTORY. 



BE ALE. 

Commences at Market, foot 
of Pine, and runs S. E. to 
Bran nan. 
R. L. 
2 1 Market 
50 49 Mission 
98 97 Howard 
146 145 Folsom 
194 193 Harrison 
242 241 Bryant 
290 289 Brannan 

BELDEN PLACE, 

Not numbered, 
out of Pine street, between 
Montgomery and Kearny. 

BEACH, 

from N. end of Dupout, N. to 
Webster. 
R. L. 
2 1 Dupont 

Stockton 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

Sparks 

Marlette 

Webster 

BRANNAN, 

from Beale, S. W. to Fifth. 

R. L. 
2 1 Beale 

26 25 Fremont 

48 47 First 
120 119 Second 
192 191 Third 
264 263 Fourth 
338 337 Fifth 

BRENHAM PLACE, 

from Clay to Washington, N. 
side of Plaza. 

BROADWAY, 

from Davis, west to Larkin. 

R. L. 
2 1 Davis 

26 25 Front 

50 49 Battery 

74 73 Sansome 
110 109 Montgomery 
14G 145 Kearny 
182 181 Dupont 
218 217 Stockton 
254 253 Powell 
290 289 Mason 
326 325 Taylor 
362 361 Jones 
398 397 Leavenworth 



R. L. 
434 433 Hyde 
470 469 Larkin 

BROOKS. 

Not numbered, 
from Market to Geary, be- 
tween Kearny and Dupout. 

BRYANT, 

from Spear to Fifth street. 

R. L. 
2 1 Spear 

26 25 S. Front 

50 49 Beale 

74 73 Fremont 

98 97 First 
170 169 Second 
242 241 Third 
314 313 Fourth 
386 385 Fifth 

BRYANT PLACE, 

out of Bush, North, between 
Montgomery and Sansome. 

BUSH, 

Battery west to Larkin. 

R. L. 

10 9 Battery 

34 33 Sansome 

70 69 Montgomery 
106 105 Kearnv 
142 141 Dupont 
178 177 Stockton 
214 213 Powell 
250 249 Mason 
286 285 Taylor 
322 321 Jones 
358 357 Leavenworth 
394 393 Hyde 
430 429 Larkin 

CALIFORNIA, 

Market, W. to Larkin 

R. L. 
2 1 Market 
8 7 Drum 

32 31 Davis 

56 55 Front 

80 79 Battery 
104 103 Sansome 
122 121 Leidsdorff 
140 139 Montgomnrv 
156 155 Webb 
174 173 Kearnv 
210 209 Dupont 
246 245 Stockton 
2S2 281 Powell 
318 317 Mason 
354 353 Tavlcr 
390 389 Jones 
426 425 Leavenworth 
462 461 Hyde 
498 497 Larkin 



CALHOUN, 

Not numbered, 
from Green to Union, between 
Sansome and Montgomery 

CAROLINE PLACE, 

out of Powell street, East, be- 
tween Jackson and Pacific- 

CHESTNUT, 

from Sansome, west to Web- 
ster. 

R. L. 
2 1 Sansome 

38 37 Montgomery 

74 73 Kearny 
110 109 Dupont 
146 145 Scockton 
182 181 Powell 
218 217 Mason 
254 253 Taylor 
290 289 Jones 
326 325 Leavenworth 
362 361 Hyde 
398 397 Larkin 
434 433 Sparks 
470 469 Marlette 
506 505 Webster 

CLARKE, 

Not numbered, 
from Drum, W. to front, be- 
tween Jackson and Pacific. 

CLAY, 

from E. water front to Larkin 
R. L. 

26 25 Drum 

49 48 Davis 

74 73 Front 

98 97 Battery 
122 121 Sansome 
158 157 Montgomery 
198 197 Kearny 
224 223 Dupont 
234 233 Pike 
256 255 Stockton 
292 291 Powell 
328 327 Mason 
364 363 Taylor 
400 399 Jones 
436 435 Leavenworth 
472 471 Hyde 
508 507 Larkin 

COLLIER, 

Not numbered, 
from X. eud of Larkin, W. to 
Webster. 

COMMERCE, 

Not numbered, 
from front, west to Battery, 
between Green and Union. 



APPENDIX.' — STREET DIRECTORY. 



161 



COMMERCIAL, 

from Dram W. to Dupont. 

K. L. 
2 1 Drum 

14 13 Davis 

28 27 Front 

52 51 Battery 

76 75 Sansome 
100 99 Leidsdorff 
lutj 105 Montgomery 
132 131 Kearny 
168 167 Dupont 

DAVIS, 

Not numbered, 
from Market. N\ to Pacific. 
K. L. 

Pine 

California 

Sacramento 

Commercial 

Clay 

Washington 

.) ackson 

Pacific 

DOCK, 

Not numbered, 
from Front, west to Battery, 
between Union and Filbert. 

DRUM, 

, i umbered, 
from Market. X. to Pacific. 
.Market 
California 
Sacramento 
Long Wharf 
Clay 

Washington 
Jackson 
Pacific 

DUPOXT, 

from Market N. to Beach. 

K. L. 
2 1 O'Farrell 

26 25 Geary 

50 49 Post 

74 73 Sutter 

98 97 Bush 
122 121 Pine 
146 145 California 
170 169 Sacramento 
194 193 Clay 
218 217 Washington 
242 241 Jackson 
266 265 Pacific 
290 289 Broadway 
314 313 Yallejo 
338 337 Green 
362 361 Union 
386 385 Filbert 
410 4Q9 Greenwich 
434 433 Lombard 



R. L. 

458 457 Chestnut 
482 481 Francisco 
506 505 Bay 
530 529 North Point 
554 553 Beach 

EAST, 

Nat numbered, 
from Market. S.E. to Folsom. 
R. L. 

Market 
Mission 
Howard 
Folsom 

ECKER, 

Not numbered, 
from Market, S. E. to How- 
ard, bet. First and Second. 

EDDY, 

\ I numbered, 
from Market, W. to Howard. 
R. L. 

Market 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

ELLIS, 

Xut numbered. 
from Market, W. to Larkin. 
R. L. 

Market 

Stockton 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

FILBERT, 

Nvt numbered, 
from Front, west to Sparks. 
R. L. 

Front 

Battery 

Sansome 

Montgomery 

Kearny 

Dupont 

Stockton 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

Sparks 



FIFTH, 

Not numbered, 
from Market, S. E. to Chan- 
nel street. 

Market 

Mission 

Howard 

Folsom 

Harrison 

Bryant 

Brannan 

Townsend 

King 

Berry 

Channel 

FIRST, 
from Market. S. E. to Town- 
send. 
R. L. 

2 1 Market 
50 49 Mission 
98 97 Howard 
146 145 Folsom 
194 193 Harrison 
242 241 Bryant 
290 289 Brannan 
338 337 Townsend 
FOLSOM, 

Not numbered. 
from east south-west to Fifth. 
East 
Stewart 
Spear 
Beale 
Fremont 
First 
Second 
Third 
Fourth 
Fifth 

FOURTH, 

Not numbered, 
from Market, B. E. to Berry. 
R. L. 

Market 

M ission 

Howard 

Folsom 

Harrison 

Bryant 

Brannan 

Townsend 

King 

Berry 

FRANCISCO, 

Not numbered, 
from Montgomery, west to 
Webster 
R. L. 

Montgomery 

Kearny 

Dupont 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



E. L. 

Stockton 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

Sparks 

Marlette 

Webster 

FREMONT, 

from Market, S. E. to Bran- 
nan. 

R. L. 
2 1 Market 

50 49 Mission 

98 97 Howard 
146 145 Folsom 
194 193 Harrison 
242 241 Bryant 
290 289 Brannan 

FRONT, 

from Market N. to Greenwich. 

R. L. 

— 1 Market 

18 17 Pine 

42 41 California 

66 65 Sacramento 

76 75 Commercial 

86 85 Clay 
110 109 Washington 
134 133 Jackson 
158 157 Pacific 
182 181 Broadway 
206 205 Vallejo 
230 229 Green 
254 253 Union 
278 277 Filbert 
290 289 Greenwich 

FULLER, 

Not numbered, 
from Webb, west to Kearny, 
between California and Sa- 
cramento. 

GEARY, 

Not numbered, 
from Washington, west to 
Larkin. 
R. L. 

Market 

Kearny 

Dupont 

Stockton 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 



GOLD, 

Not numbered, 
from Sansome, west, between 
Jackson and Pacific. 

GREEN, 

Not numbered, 
from Front, west to Larkin 
R. L. 

Front 

Battery 

Sausome 

Montgomery 

Kearny 

Dupout 

Stockton 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

GREENWICH, 

Not numbered, 
from Front, west to Sparks. 
R. L. 

Front 

Battery 

Sausome 

Montgomery 

Kearny 

Dupoht 

Stockton 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Hyde 

Larkin 

Sparks 

GUSTAVUS. 

Not numbered, 
from California, X. to Sacra- 
mento, between Powell and 
Mason. 

HOWARD, 

Not numbered, 
from East street, S. W. to 
Fifth. 
R. L. 

East 

Stewart 

Spear 

Beale 

Fremont 

First 

Second 

Third 

Fourth 

Fifth 



I HALLE CK, 

from Front west to Leidsdorff, 
between California and Sa- 
cramento streets. 
R. L. 
; 2 1. Front 
; 26 25 Battery 
| 50 49 Sansome 
64 63 Liedsdorff 

HARRISON, 

Not numbered, 
from Stewart S. W. to Fifth. 
R. L. 

Stewart 

Spear 

Beale 

Fremont 

First 

Second 

Third 

Fourth 

Fifth 

BYDE, 

from McAllister N. to Jeffer- 
R. L. 

McAllister 

Tyler 

Turk 

Eddy 

Ellis 

O'Farrell 

Geary 

Post 

Sutter 

Bush 

Pine 

•California 

Sacramento 

Clay 

Washington 

Jackson 

Pacific 

Broadway 

Vallejo 

Green 

Union 

Filbert 

Greenwich 

Lombard 

Chestnut 

Francisco 

Bay 

North Point 

Beach 

Jefferson 

JACKSON, 

from East street west to Lar- 
kin. 

R. L. 
2 1 East 

18 17 Drum 

42 41 Davie 



APPENDIX. — STREET DIRECTORY. 



169 



K. L. 

66 65 
90 89 
114 113 
150 149 
186 185 
222 221 
258 257 
294 293 
330 329 
366 365 
402 401 
438 437 
474 473 
510 509 



Front 

Battery 

Sansome 

Montgomery 

Kearny 

Dupont 

Stockton 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkiu 



JANE. 

Not numbered, 
from Market S. E. to Mission. 
between Second and Third 
streets. 

JEFFERSON, 

tfot numbered, 
from Powell W. to "Webster. 
R. L. 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Lark in 

Sparks 

Marietta 

Webster 

JONES. 

Not numbered, 
from Market X. to Jeflerson 
R. L. 

Market 

McAllister 

Tvler 

Turk 

Eddy 

Ellis 

O'Farrell 

Geary 

Post 

Sutter 

Bush 

Pine 

California 

Sacramento 

Clay 

Washington 

Jackson 

Pacific 

Broadway 

Vallejo 

Green 

Union 

Filbert 

Greenwich 



Pi. L. Lombard 
Chestnut 
Francisco 
Bay 

Xorth Point 
Beach 
Jefferson 

JONES' ALLEY, 

from Washington X. to Jack- 
sod, between Montgomery 
and Sansome 

JOICE. 

Not numbered. 
from Pine north to Califor- 
nia, between Stockton and 
Powell. 

KEARNY, 

from Market north to Xorth 
Point street. 

R. L. 
2 1 Market 

12 11 Geary 

26 25 Post 

50 49 Sutter 

74 73 Bush 

98 97 Pine 
122 121 California 
146 145 Sacramento 
156 155 Commercial 
166 165 Clay 
178 177 Washington 
202 201 Jackson 
226 225 Pacific 
250 249 Broadway 
274 273 Vallejo 
298 297 Green 
322 321 Union 
346 345 Filbert 
370 389 Greenwich 
394 393 Lombard 
418 417 Chestnut 
440 441 Francisco 
466 465 Bay 
476 475 Beach 

KINO, 

Not numbered, 
from Second south-west to 
Fifth. 

R. L. Second 
Third 
Fourth 
Fifth 

LARKIN, 

Not numbered, 
from Market north to Collier. 
R. L. Market 

McAlister 

Tyler 

Turk 

Eddy 

Ellis 



R. L. O'Farrell 
Geary 
Post 
Sutter 
Eush 
Pine 

California 
Sacramento 
Clay 

Washington 
Jackson 
Pacific 
Broadway 
Vallejo 
Green 
Union 
Filbert 
Greenwich 
Lombard 
Chestnut 
Francisco 
Bay 

Xorth Point 
Beach 
Jeflerson 
Collier 

LAURA PLACE, 
from Pine south between 
Montgomery and Sansome 

LEAVENWORTH, 

Not numbered, 
from McAllister north to Jef- 
ferson 

R. L. McAllister 
Tyler 
Turk 
Eddy 
Ellis 

O'Farrell 
Geary 
Post 
Sutter 
Bush 
Pine 

California 
Sacramento 
Clay 

Washington 
Jackson 
Pacific 
Broadway 
Vallejo 
Green 
Union 
Filbert 
Greenwich 
Lombard 
Chestnut 
Francisco 
Bay 

Xorth Point 
Beach 
Jefferson 



22 



no 



APPENDIX. — STREET DIRECTORY. 



LOMBARD. 

Not numbered, 
from Battery W. to Webster. 
R. L. Battery 
Sansorne 
Montgomery 
Kearny 
Dupont 
Stockton 
Powell 
Mason 
Taylor 
Jones 

Leavenworth 
Hyde 
Larkin 
Sparks 
Marlette 
Webster 

LEIDSDORFF, 

from Pine north to Clay, be- 
tween Sansorne and Mont- 
gomery. 

B. L. 
2 1 Pine 

26 25 California 

50 49 Sacramento 

60 59 Commercial 

70 60 Clay 

MARKET, 

Not numbered. 
This street commeuces at the 
eastern water front of the 
city, runs south-west to the 
city limits, and is the centre 
from whence all streets run- 
ning in a northerly or south, 
erly direction,, are numb- 
ered. 

MASON, 

Not numbered, 
from Market north to Jeffer- 
son. 

B. L. Market 
Turk 
Eddy 
Ellis 
O'Farrell 
Geary 
Post 
Sutter 
Bush 
Pine 

California 
Sacramento 
Clay 

Washington 
Jackson 
Pacific 
Broadway 
Vallejo 



R. L. Green 
Union 
Filbert 
Greenwich 
Lombard 
Chestnut 
Francisco 
Bay 

North Point 
Beach 
Jefferson 

McAllister, 

Not numbered, 
from Market west to Larkin. 
R. L. Market 
Taylor 
Jones 

Leavenworth 
Hyde 
Larkin 

MELLUS, 

from First south-west to 
Third, between Mission and 
Howard. 
R. L 
2 1 First 
74 73 Second 
148 147 Third 

MERCHANT, 

from Front west to Kearny, 
between Clay and Wash- 
ington. 
R. L. 
2 1 Front 
26 25 Battery 
50 49 Sansorne 
86 85 Montgomery 
120 119 .Kearny 

MICHAEL, 

from Lombard north to Chest- 
nut, between Stockton and 
Dupont. 

MINNA, 

from First south -west to 
Third, between Mission and 
Howard. 
R. L. 

2 1 First 
74 73 Second 
148 147 Third 

MISSION, 

from East street south-west to 

Fifth 
R. L. 

2 1 East 

8 7 Stewart 
32 31 Spear 
56 55 Fourth Front 
80 97 Beale 



R. L. 

104 103 Fremont 
128 197 First 
202 201 Second 
276 275 Third 
350 349 Fourth 
424 423 Eifth 

MONTGOMERY, 

from Market north to Fran- 
cisco 
R. L. 



2 

12 
26 
50 
70 
98 



1 

11 
25 
49 
69 
97 



122 121 
134 133 
146 145 
166 165 
198 197 
216 215 
240 239 
264 263 
288 287 
312 311 
336 335 
360 359 
384 383 
408 407 
432 431 



Market 

Post 

Sutter . 

Bush 

Pine 

California 

Sacramento 

Commercial 

Clay 

Washington 

Jackson 

Pacific 

Broadway 

Vallejo 

Green 

Union 

Filbert _ 

Greenwich 

Lombard 

Chestnut 

Francisco 



NORTH POINT ST., 

Not numbered, 
from Kearny W. to Webster. 
R. L. Kearny 
Dupont 
Stockton 
Powell 
Mason 
Taylor 
Jones 

Leavenworth 
Hyde 
Larkin 
Sparks 
Marlette 
Webster 

O'FARRELL, 

Not numbered, 
from Market west to Larkin. 
R. L. Market 
Dupont 
Stockton 
Powell 
Mason 
Taylor 
Jones 

Leavenworth 
Hyde 
Larkin 



APPENDIX 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



171 



OHIO, 

from Pacific north to Broad- 
wav. 
E. L. 

2 1 Pacific 
24 23 Broadway 

PACIFIC, 
from East street west to Lar- 
kin. 

2 1 East 
6 5 Drum 

32 31 Davis 

56 55 Front 

80 79 Battm- 
104 103 Sansome 
140 139 Montgomery 
1TG 175 Kearny 
212 211 Dupont 
248 247 Stockton 
284 2-3 Powell 
320 319 Mason 
356 355 Taylor 
392 391 Jones 
4 'J- 427 Leavenworth 
464 4*33 Hvde 
500 499 Larkin 

PARKER, 

Not numbered, 
from Pine north to California, 
between Dupont and Stock- 
ton 

PEARL. 
Not i 
from Front west to Sansome. 
between Filbert and Green- 
wich. 

PIKE, 

Not numbered, 
from Sacramento north to 
Clay, between Dupont and 
Stockton 
E. L. 

2 1 Sacramento 
26 25 Clay 

PIXE, 
from Market west to Larkin. 

R. L. 
2 1 Davis 

20 25 Front 

50 49 Battery 

74 73 Sansome 
110 109 Montgomery 
146 145 Kearny 
182 181 Dupont 
218 217 Stockton 
254 253 Powell 
290 289 Mason 
326 325 Taylor 
362 361 Jones 
398 397 Leavenworth 
434 433 Hyde 
470 469 Larkin 



PIXCKXEY PLACE. 

from Broadway north between 
Kearny and Dupont. 

PORTER. 

Yo? numbered, 
from OTarrell north to Geary, 
between Stockton and 
Powell. 

POST. 

Not numbered. 
from Market AY. to Larkin. 
E. L. Mark*-: 

Montgomery 
K amy 
Dupont 

kton 
Powell 
Mason 
Taylor 
Joues 
Leavenworth 

Larkin 

POWELL, 

from Market N. to Jefferson. 

R. L. 
2 2 Market 

12 11 Eddy 

26 25 E 

> Farrell 

74 7.'! < reary 

- 
122 121 Sutter 
146 145 Bush 
170 169 Pine 
194 193 California 
21fi 21 T Sacramento 
242 241 Clay 
266 205 Washington 

289 Jackson" 
314 313 Pacific 
338 337 Broadway 
362 361 Yallejo " 
386 385 Green 
410 409 Union 
434 433 Filbert 
458 457 Greenwich 
4-2 4-1 Lombard 
506 505 Chestnut 
530 529 Francisco 
554 553 Bay 
578 577 North Point 
602 601 Beach 
626 625 Jefferson 

PROSPECT, 

Not numbered, 
from Sacramento X. to Clay, 
between Stockton to Pow- 
ell. 



RILEY, 

numbered. 

from Taylor "\Y. to Jones, be- 
tween Sacramento & Clay. 

SACRAMENTO, 
from Market "VY. to Larkin. 

E. L. 
2 1 Little East 

14 13 Drum 

28 27 Davis 

52 51 Front 

76 75 Battery 
100 99 Sansome 
106 105 Leidsdorff 
132 131 Montgomery 
168 167 Kearny 
204 203 Dupont 
240 239 Stockton 

75 Powell 
312 311 Mason 
11 Taylor 
384 383 -Tones 
420 419 Leavenworth 
456 455 li 
492 491 Larkin 

SALMON, 

Xot numbered. 
from Jackson north to Broad- 
way, between Mason and 
Taylor. 

SALMON PLACE, 

frcm Green north to Union, 
between Mason & Taylor. 

SANSOME, 

from Market N. to Chestnut. 

E. L. 
2 1 Sutter 

26 25 Bush 

50 49 Pine 

74 73 California 

96 95 Sacramento 
108 107 Commercial 
116 115 Clav 
126 125 Merchant 
136 135 Washington 
160 159 Jackson 
2-4 283 Pacific 
208 207 Broadwav 
232 231 Vallejo 
254 253 Greene 
280 279 Union 
304 303 Filbert 
328 327 Greenwich 
352 351 Lombard 
376 375 Chestnut 

SECOND, 
from Market S. E. to Berry. 
E. L. 

2 1 Market 
50 49 Mission 



172 



APEENDIX. — STREET DIRECTORY. 



B. L. 

98 97 
146 145 
194 193 
242 241 
290 289 
338 337 
362 361 
386 385 



Howard 

Folsom 

Harrison 

Bryant 

Brannan 

Townsend 

King 

Berry 



STEWART, 

Not Numbered, 
from Market S. B. to Har- 
rison. 
B. L. 

Market 
Mission 
Howard 
Folsom 
Harrison 

STOCKTON, 

from Market 1ST. to Beach. 

B. L. 
2 1 Ellis 

26 25 O'Farrell 

50 49 Geary 

74 73 Post 

98 97 Sutter 
122 121 Bush 
146 145 Pine 
170 169 California 
194 193 Sacramento 
218 217 Clay 
242 241 Washington 
266 265 Jackson 
290 289 Pacific 
314 313 Broadway 
338 337 Vallejo 
362 361 Greene 
386 385 Union 
410 409 Filbert 
434 433 Greenwich 
458 457 Lombard 
482 481 Chestnut 
506 505 Francisco 
530 529 Bay 
554 553 North Point 
578 577 Beach 

SPEAR, 

from Market S. E. to Bryant. 

B. L. 
2 1 Market 

50 49 Mission 

98 97 Howard 
146 145 Folsom 
194 193 Harrison 
242 241 Bryant 

STOUT'S ALLEY, 

from Washington north to Pa- 
cific, between Dupont and 
Stockton 



STUYVESANT, 

Not numbered, 
from Pine S. between San- 
some and Montgomery. 

SUMMER, 

Not numbered, 
from Montgomery west to 
Kearny, between Pine and 
California. 

SUTTER, 

Not numbered, 
from Market W. to Larkin. 
B. L. 

Market 
Sansome 
Montgomery 
Kearny 
Dupont 
Stockton 
Powell 
Mason 
Taylor- 
Jones 

Leavenworth 
Hyde 
Larkin 

TAYLOR, 

Not numbered, 
from Market north to Jef- 
B. L. 

Market 

Tyler 

Turk 

Eddy 

Ellis 

O'Farrell 

Geary 

Post 

Sutter 

Bush 

Pine 

California 

Sacramento 

Clay 

Washington 

Jackson 

Pacific 

Broadway 

Yallejo 

Green 

Union 

Filbert 

Greenwich 

Lombard 

Chestnut 

Francisco 

Bay 

North Point 

Beach 

Jefferson 



THIRD, 

Not numbered, 
from Market S. E. to Channel 
street. 
B. L. Market 
Mission 
Howard 
Folsom 
Harrison 
Bryant 
Brannan 
Townsend 
King 
Berry 
Channel 

TURK, 

Not numbered, 
from Market W. to Larkin. 
B. L. 

Market 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

TYLER, 

Not numbered, 
from Market W. to Larkin. 
B. L. 

Market 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

TOWNSEND, 

Not numbered, 
from First S. W. to Fifth. 
B. L. First 
Second 
Third 
Fourth 
Fifth 

UNION, 

Not numbered, 
from Front W. to Larkin. 
B. L. Front 
Battery 
Sansome 
Montgomery 
Kearny 
Dupont 
Stockton 
Powell 
Mason 
Taylor 
Jones 

Leavenworth 
Hyde 
Larkin 



APPEXDIX 



STREET GRADE 



173 



UNION PLACE, 

from Green X. to Union, be- 
tween Dupont and Stockton. 

VALLEJO, 

Not numbered, 
from Davis W. to Larkin. 
R. L. 

Davis 

Front 

Battery 

Sansome 

Montgomery 

Kearny 

Dupont 

Stockton 

Powell 

Mason 

Taylor 

Jones 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 



VIRGINIA, 

from Washington north 

Pacific 
R. L. 

2 1 Washington 
26 25 Jackson 
48 47 Pacific 



to 



WASHINGTON, 

from East street W. to Larkin. 

E. L 
2 1 East 

26 25 Drum 

50 49 Davis 

74 73 Front 

98 97 Batterv 
122 121 Sansome 
158 157 Montgomery 
196 195 Kearny 
222 221 Dupont 
258 257 Stockton 
294 293 Powell 
330 329 Mason 
366 365 Taylor 
402 401 Jones 
438 437 Leavenworth 
474 473 Hyde 
510 509 Larkin 



WAYERLY. 

Not numbered, 
from Market north to Geary, 
between Dupont and Stock- 
ton 
R. L. 

Market 

O'Farrell 

Geary 



WASHINGTON Lane, 

from Washington north to 
Jackson, between Kearny 
and Dupont. 

WEBB, 

from Pine X. to Sacramen- 
to, between Montgomery 
and Kearny. 

R. L. 
2 1 Pine 

26 25 California 

48 47 Sacramento 

WEBSTER LANE, 

from Lombard N. to Chestnut 
between Montgomery and 
Kearny. 

WETMORE PLACE, 

from Clay north to Washing- 
ton, between Powell and 
Mason. 

YANSEN, 

Not numbered, 
from Greenwich N. to Lom- 
bard, between Mason and 
Taylor. 



GRADE OF THE CITY OF OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



LATEST OFFICIAL REPORT. 



ORDINANCE No. 425— Regulating the Grades of the Streets of the City 

of Sail Francisco. 

The People of the City of San Francisco do ordain as follows : That the Grades of 
the Streets of the City of San Francisco, as reported by Milo Hoadley and W. P. Humph- 
reys, Engineers, and herewith annexed and incorporated, be the permanent Grades of the 
Streets of the City of San Francisco, as therein specially defined. 



Drum street, base 






Batter 


7 and Pacific street 4 feet above base 


Davis and Pine streets, 1% feet above base 


Do* 


do Broad 'y. do 


12 


do 


do 


Davis and California streets, base 




Do 


do Vallejo do 


10 


do 


do 


Davis and north of California street, base 


Do 


do Green do 


*l% 


do 


do 


Front and Pine streets, 


2y 2 ft. abov< 


; base 


Do 


do Union do 


5 


do 


do 


Do do Califor. do 


1% do 


do 


Do 


do Filbert do 


ty 2 


do 


do 


Do do Sacram. do 


9 in. do 


do 


Do 


do Green'h. do 


base 






Do do Clay do 


base 




Sansome and Sutter do 


13 feet 


above 


base 


Do do north of Clay, 


base 




Do 


do Bush do 


13 


do 


do 


Battery and Bush streets 


5 feet above 


Base 


Do 


do Pine do 


$y 2 


do 


do 


Do do Pine, do 


4 do 


do 


Do 


do Califor. do 


5 


do 


do 


Do do Califor. do 


3 2 in. do 


do 


Do 


do Sacram. do 


m 


do 


do 


Do do Sacram. do 


2% do 


do 


Do 


do Clay do 


3% 


do 


do 


Do do Clay do 


1% do 


do 


Do 


do Washin. do 


3>a 


do 


do 


Do do Washin. do 


1% do 


do 


Do 


do Jackson do 


3)4 


do 


do 


Do do Jackson do 


1% do 


do 


Do 


do Pacific do 


12 


do 


do 



174 


APPENDIX. 


— STEEET GRADE. 








Sansome and Broad'y. st. 35 feet 


above base 


Dupont and Green'h. st. 


110 feet 


above 


base 


Do 


do Vallejo do 


40 


do 


do 


Do 


do Lomb'd. do 


100 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green do 


40 


do 


do 


Do 


do Chest't. do 


70 


do 


do 


Do 


do Union do 


35 


do 


do 


Do 


do Franc'o. do 


40 


do 


do 


Do 


do Filbert do 


24 


do 


do 


Do 


do Bay do 


10 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green 'h. do 


12 


do 


do 


Do 


do North Point 


street 


base 


Do 


do Loinb'd. do 


base 






Do 


do North of do 


do 


do 


do 


Do 


do north of Lombard street, base 


Stockton & Ellis do 


30 


do 


do 


Montgomer & Post do 


24 


do 


do 


Do 


do O'Farr'll do 


40 


do 


do 


Do 


do Sutter do 


24 


do 


do 


Do 


do Geary do 


50 


do 


do 


Do 


do Bush do 


20 


do 


do 


Do 


do Post do 


62 


do 


do 


Do 


do Pine do 


13 


do 


do 


Do 


do Sutter do 


78 


do 


do 


Do 


do Califor. do 


1% 


do 


do 


Do 


do Bush do 


110 


do 


do 


Do 


do Sacram. do 


6% 


do 


do 


Do 


do Pine do 


139 


do 


do 


Do 


do Clay do 


6 


do 


do 


Do 


do Califor. do 


136 


do 


do 


Do 


do Washin. do 


6 


do 


do 


Do 


do Sacram. do 


128 


do 


do 


Do 


do Jackson do 


6 


do 


do 


Do 


do Clay do 


118 


do 


do 


Do 


do Pacific do 


30 


do 


do 


Do 


do Washin. do 


102 


do 


do 


Do 


do Broad'y. do 


60 


do 


do 


Do 


do Jackson do 


93 


do 


do 


Do 


do Vallejo do 


90 


do 


do 


Do 


do Pacific do 


82 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green do 


90 


do 


do 


Do 


do Broad'y. do 


84 


do 


do 


Do 


do Union do 


85 


do 


do 


Do 


do Vallejo do 


86 


do 


do 


Do 


do Filbert do 


74 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green do 


82 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green'h do 


60 


do 


do 


Do 


do Union do 


70 


do 


do 


Do 


do Lomb'd. do 


30 


do 


do 


Do 


do Filbert do 


80 


do 


do 


Do 


do Chestn't do 


base 






Do 


do Green'h. do 


85 


do 


do 


Do 


do north of Chestnut street, base 


Do 


do Lomb'd. do 


80 


do 


do 


Kearny and Geary do 


35 feet above 


base 


Do 


do Chest't. do 


55 


do 


do 


Do 


do Post . do 


39 


do 


do 


Do 


do Franc'o. do 


25 


do 


do 


Do 


do Sutter do 


39 


do 


do 


Do 


do Bay do 


8 


do 


do 


Do 


do Bush do 


39 


do 


do 


Do 


do North Point 


street, base 




Do 


do Pine do 


39 


do 


do 


Do 


do North of do 


do 


do 


do 


Do 


do Califor. do 


36 


do 


do 


Powell and Eddy do 


25 


do 


do 


' Do 


do Sacram. do 


28 


do 


do 


Do 


do Ellis do 


30 


do 


do 


Do 


do Clay do 


28 


do 


do 


Do 


do O'Farr'll do 


44 


do 


do 


Do 


do Washin. do 


28 


do 


do 


Do 


do Geary do 


58 


do 


do 


Do 


do Jackson do 


20 


do 


do 


Do 


do Post do 


74 


do 


do 


Do 


do Pacific do 


30 


do 


do 


Do 


do Sutter do 


92 


do 


do 


Do 


do Broad'y. do 


60 


do 


do 


Do 


do Bush do 


125 


do 


do 


Do 


do Vallejo do 


90 


do 


do 


Do 


do Pine do 158 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green do 120 


do 


do 


Do 


do Califor. do 


186 


do 


do 


Do 


do Union do 135 


do 


do 


Do 


do Sacram. do 


178 


do 


do 


Do 


do Filbert do 


120 


do 


do 


Do 


do Clay do 


168 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green'h. do 


90 


do 


do 


Do 


do Washin. do 


152 


do 


do 


Do 


do Lomb'd. do 


60 


do 


do 


Do 


do Jackson do 


133 


do 


do 


Do 


do Chestn't do 


30 


do 


do 


Do 


do Pacific do 


115 


do 


do 


Do 


do Franc'o. do 


base 






Do 


do Broad'y. do 


110 


do 


do 


Do 


do north of Francisco street, base 


Do 


do Vallejo do 


104 


do 


do 


Dupont & O'Farrell do 


32 feet above base 


Do 


do Green do 


87 


do 


do 


Do 


do Geary do 


40 


do 


do 


Do 


do Union do 


70 


do 


do 


Do 


do Post do 


45 


do 


do 


Do 


do Filbert do 


48 


do 


do 


Do 


do Sutter do 


50 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green'h do 


37 


do 


do 


Do 


do Bush do 


65 


do 


do 


Do 


do Lomb'd. do 


30 


do 


do 


Do 


do Pine do 


89 


do 


do 


Do 


do Chestn't. do 


10 


do 


do 


Do 


do Califor. do 


86 


do 


do 


Do 


do Franc'o. do 


5 


do 


do 


Do 


do Sacram. do 


78 


do 


do 


Do 


do Bay do 


2i.; 


do 


do 


Do 


do Clay do 


73 


do 


do 


Do 


do North Point street, base 




Do 


do Washin. do 


64 


do 


do 


Do 


do North of do 


do 


do 


do 


Do 


do Jackson do 


51 


do 


do 


Mason 


and Turk do 


30 


do 


do 


Do 


do Pacific do 


48 


do 


do 


Do 


do Eddy do 


30 


do 


do 


Do 


do Broad'y. do 


60 


do 


do 


Do 


do Ellis do 


45 


do 


do 


Do 


do Vallejo do 


S3 


do 


do 


Do 


do O'Far'l do 


60 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green do 


98 


do 


do 


Do 


■do Geary do 


-0 


do 


do 


Do 


do Union do 105 


do 


do 


Do 


do Post do 


90 


do 


do 


Do 


do Filbert do : 


110 


do 


do 


Do 


do Sutter do 123 


do 


do 



A P P E X D I X 


STREET GEADE. 175 


Mason and Bush street 156 feet 


above 


base 


Folsom to First street 30 feet above base 


Do do Pine do 189 


do 


do 


Do do Second do 50 do do 


Do do Califor. do 222 


do 


do 


Do do Third do 20 do do 


Do do Sacram. do 228 


do 


do 


Do do Fourth do 10 do do 


Do do Clav do 218 


do 


do 


Do do Fifth do 6 do do 


Do do Washin.do 192 


do 


do 


Do do Sim'ons do 5 do do 


Do do Jackson do 173 


do 


do 


Do do Harris do 10 do do 


Do do Pacific do 165 


do 


do 


Do do Price do 15 do do 


Do do Broad'y. do 160 


do 


do 


Do do Johnst'ndo 25 do do 


Do do Vallejo do 1.54 
Do do Green do 137 


do 
do 


do 
do 


Harrison j %™{™ J Spear, base. 


Do do Union do 104 


do 


do 


Do and Main do 20 feet above base 


Do do Filbert do 78 


do 


do 


Do do Beale do 40 do do 


Do do Green'h. do 45 


do 


do 


Do do Fremont do 60 do do 


Do do Lomb'd. do 12 


do 


do 


Do do First do 80 do do 


Do do Chestn'tdo 8 


do 


do 


Do do Second do 100 do do 


Do do Francis, do 5 


do 


do 


Do do Third do 18 do do 


Do So Bay do 1% 


do , 


do 


Do do. Fourth do 4 do do 


Do do X. Point do base. 






Do do Fifth do base. 


Do N. of do do do 






Do do Sim'ons do 2 feet above base 


Market j^o™ t ^ Main ' do 






Do do Harris do 5 do do 
Do do Price do 10 do do 


Do and Beale do 1 l A 


do 


do 


Do do Johnst'ndo 15 do do 


Do do Fremont do 3 
Do do First do 5 


do 

do 


do 
do 


Br y ant j^to| Beale ' b ^ 


Do do Second do 20 


do 


do 


Do and Fremont do 20 feet above base 


Do do Third do 35 


do 


do 


Do do First do 30 do do 


Do do Fourth do 30 


do 


do 


Do do Second do 50 do do 


Do do Filth do 24 


do 


do 


Do do Third do 8 do do 


Do do Sim'ons do 36 


do 


do 


Do do Fourth do 2 do do 


Dd do Harris do 32 


do 


do 


Do do Fifth do base 


!>.. do Price do 43 


do 


do 


Do do Sim'ons do do 


Do do Johnstfn do 50 


do 


do 


Do do Harris do 5 feet above base 


Miss'n. J ,. . . { Main, base. 
/ iront to ) ' 

Do do Beale do \% 

Do do Fremont do 3 






Do do Price do 5 do do 






Do do Johnst'ndo 5 do do 


do 
do 


do 

do 


i ; .„,. ia n } !l ^;^ | Fh-st, base. 


Do do First do 5 


do 


do 


Do and Second do 40 feet above base 


Do do Second do 11 


do 


do 


Do do Third do 16 do do 


Do do Third do 17 


do 


do 


Do do Fourth do base 


Do do Fourth do 24 


do 


do 


Do do Fifth do do 


Do do Fifth do 18 


do 


do 


Brannan, W. Fifth, do do 


Do do Sim'ons do 30 


do 


do 


Townsend at 100 varas E. of Second do. base 


Do do Harris do 20 


do 


do 


Do and Second street 10 feet above base 


Do do Price do 35 


do 


do 


Do do Third do 20 do do 


Do do Johnst'ndo 42 


do 


do 


Do do Fourth do base 


How?d |frdS t to| Main ' base ' 






Do do Fifth do base 
W. Fifth do base 


Do do Beale do 2 


do 


do 


King and Second do base 


Do do Fremont do 4 


do 


do 


Do do Third do 2 feet above base 


Do do First do 8 


do 


do 


Do do Fourth do base 


Do do Second do 14 


do 


do 


Do do Filth do base 


Do do Third do 20 
Do do Fourth do 20 


do 
do 


do 
do 


All Streets S. of Kin<r ) , 
and W. of Fifth, ' J Dase 


Do do Fifth do 12 


do 


do 


Taylor and Tyler streets 36 feet above base 


Do do Sim'ons do 10 


do 


do 


Do do Turk do 33 do do 


Do do Harris do 15 


do 


do 


Do do Eddy do 35 do do 


Do do Price do 20 


do 


do 


Do do Ellis do 50 do do 


Do do Johnst'ndo 35 


do 


do 


Do do O'Far'U do 65 do do 


Folsomj^^j Spear, base. 






Do do Geary do 80 do do 
Do do Post do 110 do do 


Do do Main do 5 


do 


do 


Do do Sutter do 143 do do 


Do do Beale do 10 


do 


do 


Do do Bush do 176 do do 


Do do Fremont do 20 


do 


do 


Do do Pine do 209 do do 



176 




APPENDIX 


. — STREET GRADE. 






Taylor and Calif'a st. 


242 


feet above 


base 


Leav'h and Pacific st. 245 feet 


above 


base 


Do 


do Sac'to do 


275 


do 


do 


Do 


do Broad'y. do 230 


do 


do 


Do 


do Clay do 


268 


do 


do 


Do 


do Vallejo do 244 


do 


do 


Do 


do Wash'n do 


242 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green do 260 


do 


do 


Do 


do Jackson do 


223 


do 


do 


Do 


do Union do 238 


do 


do 


Do 


do Pacific do 


215 


do 


do 


Do 


do Filbert do 205 


do 


do 


Do 


do B'dway do 


210 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green'h. do 172 


do 


do 


Do 


do Vallcjo do 


204 


do 


do 


Do 


de Lomb'd. do 139 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green do 171 


do 


do 


Do 


do Chest't. do 106 


do 


do 


Do 


do Union do 


138 


do 


do 


Do 


do Franc'o. do 73 


do 


do 


Do 


do Filbert do 105 


do 


do 


Do 


do Bay do 40 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green 'ch do 


72 


do 


do 


Do 


do N. Point do 10 


do 


do 


Do 


do Lomb'd do 


39 


do 


do 


Do 


do Beach do base 






Do 


do Chestn't do 


18 


do 


do 


Do north of Beach street, base 






Do 


do Fran 'sco do 


6 


do 


do 


Hyde 


& McAllister do 40 


do 


do 


Do 


do Bay do 


3 


do 


do 


Do 


do Tyler do 50 


do 


do 


Do 


do N. Point 


base 






Do 


do Turk do 60 


do 


do 


Do 


N. of N. Point 


base 






Do 


do Eddy do 70 


do 


do 


Jones and McAl'ster sts 33 


feet above base 


Do 


do Ellis do 80 


do 


do 


Do 


do Tyler do 


40 


do 


do 


Do 


do O'FarrTldo 95 


do 


do 


Do 


do Turk do 


38 


do 


do 


Do 


do Geary, do 110 


do 


do 


Do 


do Eddy do 


40 


do 


do 


Do 


do Post do 130 


do 


do 


Do 


do Ellis do 


60 


60 


do 


Do 


do Sutter do 160 


do 


do 


Do 


do O'Far'll do 


80 


do 


do 


Do 


do Bush do 190 


do 


do 


Do 


do Geary do 


100 


do 


do 


Do 


do Pine do 205 


do 


do 


Do 


do Post do 


133 


do 


do 


Do 


do Califor. do 210 


do 


do 


Do 


do Sutter do 


166 


do 


do 


Do 


do Sacram. do 250 


do 


do 


Do 


do Bush do 


199 


do 


do 


Do 


do Clay do 270 


do 


do 


Do 


do Pine do 


232 


do 


do 


Do 


do Washin. do 255 


do 


do 


Do 


do Calif'nia do 


265 


do 


do 


Do 


do Jackson do 235 


do 


do 


Do 


do Sac'to do 


298 


do 


do 


Do 


do Pacific do 215 


do 


do 


Do 


do Clay do 


318 


do 


do 


Do 


do Broad'y. do 190 


do 


do 


Do 


do Wash'n do 


292 


do 


do 


Do 


do Vallejo do 220 


do 


do 


Do 


do Jackson do 


273 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green do 226 


do 


do 


Do 


do Pacific do 


252 


do 


do 


Do 


do Uuion do 230 


do 


do 


Do 


do B'dway do 


260 


do 


do 


Do 


do Filbert do 255 


do 


do 


Do 


do Vallego do 


254 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green'h. do 222 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green do 


221 


do 


do 


Do 


do Lomb'd. do 180 


do 


do 


Do 


do Union do 


188 


do 


do 


Do 


do Chestn't do 156 


do 


do 


Do 


do Filbert do 


155 


do 


do 


Do 


do Franc'o. do 123 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green'chdo 122 


do 


do 


Do 


do Bay do 90 


do 


do 


Do 


do Lomba'ddo 


89 


do 


do 


Do 


do N Point do 57 


do 


do 


Do 


do Chestn't do 


56 


do 


do 


Do 


do Beach do 24 


do 


do 


Do 


do Fran'scodo 


23 


do 


do 


Do 


do Jefferson do base 






Do 


do Bay do 


10 


do 


do 


Larkiii 


and Market do 30 feet 


above base 


Do 


do N. Point 


base 






Do 


do McAllis. do 44 


do 


do 


Do N. of N. Point 


base 






Do 


do Tyler do 52 


do 


do 


Leavenworth 








Do 


do Turk do 65 


do 


do 




and McAll'r sts 


36 


feet above base 


Do 


do Eddy do 80 


do 


do 


Do 


do Tyler do 


44 


do 


do 


Do 


do Ellis do 85 


do 


do 


Do 


do Turk do 


50 


do 


do 


Do 


do O'Farr'lldo 90 


do 


do 


Do 


do Eddy do 


55 


do 


do 


Do 


do Geary do 105 


do 


do 


Do 


do Ellis do 


75 


do 


do 


Do 


do Post do 115 


do 


do 


Do 


do O'Far'll do 100 


do 


do 


Do 


do Sutter do 130 


do 


do 


Do 


do Geary do 


120 


do 


do 


Do 


do Bush do 150 


do 


do 


Do 


do Post do 150 


do 


do 


Do 


do Pine do 160 


do 


do 


Do 


do Sutter do 180 


do 


do 


Do 


do Califor. do 180 


do 


do 


Do 


do Bush do 


210 


do 


do 


Do 


do Sacram. do 200 


do 


do 


Do 


do Pine do 


240 


do 


do 


Do 


do Clay do 220 


do 


do 


Do 


do Califor. do 


260 


do 


do 


Do 


do Washin. do 210 


do 


do 


Do 


do Sacram. do 


290 


do 


do 


Do 


do Jackson do 196 


do 


do 


Do 


do Clay do 320 


do 


do 


Do 


do Pacific do 182 


do 


do 


Do 


do Washin. do 


305 


do 


do 


Do 


do Broad'y. do 155 


do 


do 


Do 


do Jackson do 


275 


do 


do 


Do 


do Vallejo do 180 


do 


do 



APPENDIX. — BOUNDARIES OF "WARDS — WHARVES. 177 



irkir 


& Green streets, 190 feet 


above 


base 


Do 


do Union do 200 


do 


do 


Do 


do Filbert do 210 


do 


do 


Do 


do Green'h. do 200 


do 


do 


Do 


do Lomb'd. do 175 


do 


do 


Do 


do Chestn't do 142 


do 


do 



Larkin & Francisco sts. 1 09 
Do do Bay do *76 
Do do X. Point do 43 
Do do Beach do 10 



feet above base 
do do 
do do 
do do 



Do do Jefferson do base 



HOBATIO X. SQUIRE, President, pro tern., 

of Board of Assistant Aldermen. 
J. P. HA VEX, President Board of Aldermen. 
Approved, August 29th. 1853. * 

C. J. BREXHAM, Mayor. 

I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy of an original Ordinance returned by 
the Mayor to the Common Council, with his approval, Ausrust 29th, 1853. 

EDWARD TOBYr Clerk of the Common Council. 



BOUNDARIES 0F^ CITY WARDS, 

"WARD No. 1 — Includes that portion of the City situated east of a line running through the 

centre of Montgomery street, and west of a line running through the centre of Jackson 

street. 
WARD Xo. 2 — Includes that portion west of said line in Montgomery street, and north of 

said line in Jackson street. 
WARD Xo. 3 — Includes that portion situated east of a line running through the centre of 

Montgomery street, and between the said line in Jackson street and a line running 

through tho centre of Sacramento street. 
WARD Xo. 4 — Includes that portion situated west of tho aforesaid line in Montgomery 

street, and between said line in Jackson street and a line running through the centre of 

Clay street. 
WARD Xo. 5 — Includes all that portion situated between the intersection of Sacramento 

and Market streets, and the aforesaid line in Montgomery street, and between the line in 

Sacramento street, and a line running' through the centre of Market street. 
WARD Mo. 6 — Includes that portion situated west of said line in Montgomery street, and 

between the aforesaid line iu Clay street and a line running through the centre of Bush 

street. . 

WARD Xo. 7 — Includes that portion south and east of said line in Market street, and east 

of a line running through the centre of Fourth street. 
WARD Xo. 8 — Includes that portion west of said line in Fourth street, and south of said 

line in Bush street, commencing at Montgomery street and running through the said 

street to the centre of Market street, thence up Market street to its intersection with 

Fourth street. 



WHARYES IN SAN FRANCISCO HARBOR. 



ABERXETHY, CLARK & CO.'S— 

Commenced March, 1853. 
From Stewart Street Wharf E. 137 feet in 

length, by 60 feet in width. 
Owned by Aberxethy, Clark & Co. 
Depth of "Water, 12 feet at low tide. 

Jas. R. Pascal, Wharfinger. 

BROADWAY— 

Commenced in the Spring of 1851. 
Broadway extended from Front street E. 
750 feet, by 60 feet. 



Joint Stock Company — Capital $175,000. 
Officebs : — Levi Parsons, President. 

J. H. Fish, Secretary. 

Levi Parsons, ) 

J. H. Fish, J Trustees. 

Tissu, ) 

Chas. H. Staxtox, Wharfinger. 
Depth of water at east end, 26 feet. 

CEXTRAL— 

Commenced in April, 1849, at Montgomary 
street. 



23 



178 



APPENDIX. — WHAEVES 



Commercial street extended E. from Davis 

1,400 feet, by 57 feet in depth. 
Steamers for San Jose leave 4 this wharf daily 

at 8 A. M. 
Joint Stock Company — capital, $300,000. 
Officers : — James C. Ward, President. 

Chas. R. Bond, Secretary. 

Lucian Hermann, Treasurer. 

James C. Ward, ] 

Lucian Hermann, 

E. G. Austin, . | 

S. R. Throckmorton, ]■ Directors. 

A. G. Abel, 

W. X. Thompson, 

Thomas D. Johns, 

E. G. Austin, Solicitor. 

David Gillesfie, Wharfinger. 

Wm. Ledley, Dep. Wharfinger. 
Depth of water at east end, 24 feet. 

CLAY— 

Commenced February. 1853. 
Clay street extended from Davis E. 1,550 

feet, by 50 feet. 
Joint stock company — capital, §300,000. 
Officers : — Henry A. Breed, President. 

Edward A. Breed, Secretary. 

Chas. O. West, Treasurer. 

Henry A. Breed, 

Nathaniel S. Pettit, 

A. T. Melvine, Directors. 

Joseph Galloway, 

Joseph B. Leonard, 

Capt. H. S. Browx, Wharfinger. 

Luke H. Perkins, ) Dep. Wharf- 
Samuel Kent, ) ingers. 
Depth of water at east end, 35 feet. 

DOCKHAM'S— 

Opening on Stewart east, next south of Ryan 

& Duff 's 

FLINT'S— Foot of Battery street. 
Commenced February, 1853. 
Length 500 feet ; width, 75 feet. 
Cost $20,000. Owned by Wilsox Flixt. 

Depth of water, 25 feet average. 

FRONT— Foot of Front street. 

Commenced 31 arch, 1853. 
Length 170 it. ; width 60 ft. Cost, §10,000. 

Owned by James Cuxxixgham. 
Depth of water, 24 feet average. 

JACKSON— 

Commenced August, 1853. 

Jackson street extended E. from Drum street 
700 feet, by 50 feet in width. 

Joint stock company ■ -• capital, §200,000, 

Officers : — C. K. Garrison, President 

Samuel Moss, Jr., Secretary, 

C. K. Garrison, ) 

Samuel Moss, > Trustees, 

Levi Parsons, ) 

J. H. Fish, Wharfinger. 



Depth of water. 23 feet. 

Opening on this wharf, on the line of East 
street, is a wbarf 150 by 50 feet, built by this 
Company, aud used as a landing by the San 
Francisco, Oakland, and San Antonio steam 
ferry boats. 

MAIN— 

From Market street wharf S. E. to Rincon 
Point ; length about 2,000 feet. Com- 
menced in April, 1853, and is over ha]f 
completed. Capital already expende d 
?65,000. Owned and built by Wm. C. 
Perkixs. H. F. JoxEs,Wharfinger. 
Note. — Owing to the extension of Stewart 
st. wharf parallel and to the eastward, but few 
vessels are moored at Main, other than the 
small craft engaged in supplying the whole- 
sale dealers in wood, hay, &c. 

MARKET axd CALIFORNIA— 
Commenced in July, 1850. 
Market street extended from First over 2,200 

feet, by 40 feet in width. 
Cost, including the extension of California 
street to its junction with Market, near 
§400,000. Owned by Wm. E. Dexxis. 
Depth of water at E. end, 20 feet at low tide. 
Capt. Haxev, Wharfinger. 
Capt. Phillips, Dep. Wharfinger. 

MISSION— 

Commenced October, 1853. 
On Mission street, extended from Main street 

wharf 136 feet ; width, 24 feet. 
Built by Seaman's Bethel. Cost, §1,000. 

MEIGGS — 

From Francisco street north 1,600 feet, by 

42 in width, to Jefferson ; thence E. on 

Jefferson 260 feet by 70 feet. 
Depth of water from 10 to 24 feet. 

Hexry Meiggs, owner and builder. 

NORTH POINT DOCKS— Foot of San- 
sorae Street. 

Commenced in June, 1853. 
Completed ou Sansome 212 feet, by 40 feet in 
width ; to be continued along Chestnut 
448 feet to Montgomery. 
Owned by Adams & Co. 

J. N. Bricelaxd, Director. 
Depth of water, 35 feet. 

PACIFIC— 

Commenced April, 1851. 
Pacific street extended from Front E. 1,527 

feet, by 50 in width. 
Steamers for Sacramento and Marysville leave 

this whurf daily at 4 o'clock. P. M. 

Joint stock company — capital, §72,000. 

Oi'fkkus :— Ferd. Yassault, President. 

V. G. Kittle, Secretary. 

Alfred DeWitt, Treasurer. 



APPENDIX 



WHARVES 



179 



Ferd. Tassault, ) 
Alfred De Witt, [ Trustees. 
Henry S. Dexter, ) 
Ferd. Vassault, ) 
Alfred DeWitt. 
Henry S. Dexter, 
Martin R. Roberts, j- Directors. 
0. A. Remolds, I 
W. P. O.Stebbins, I 
Dexter Brigham, J 
M. R. Roberts, Wharfinger. 
Depth of water at east end, 26 feet. 

ROUSSET— 

Commenced June, 1853. 
From Stewart street wharf E. 137f£ feet, by 

45 feet 10 inches wide. 
Owned by Rousset, Anger <fc Co. 

E. McGoverx, Wharfinger. 
Depth of waterfrom 12 to 17 feet. 

RYAN & DUFFS— 

Next south of Rousset, corner of Mission 
and Stewart streets. 137 feet 6 inches 
on Mission street, 92 feet on East street. 
and 92 feet on Stewart street. 

Depth of water at low tide, 12 feet. 

SAX FRANCISCO— 

Opens on Market, south side, east of Stewart 
street. 

SACRAMENTO— 

Commenced March, 1852. 
Sacramento extended from Davis 800 feet, by 

33 in width. 
Joint stock company — capital. $60,000. 
Officers : — T. H. Stevens. President. 

Geo. J. Whelan. Secretary. 

Geo. T. Marye, Treasurer. 

T. H. Stevens, 

Geo. T. Marye, 

G. M. Hitchcock, )■ Directors 

Charles Wveth, 

G. J. Whelan, 

R. J. Stevens, Wharfinger. 

Chas. S. Simpson, ) Deputy 

D. F. Southwick, ) Wharfingers 
Depth of water at east end, 17 feet. 

STEWART— 

From Market street wharf S. E. 1,182 feet to 
line of Howard street. 



Opens on Stewart's. E. bv X. of Abernethv, 

Clark k Co. - ?. 
Built by the owners of the lots frouting on 

the wharf. 
Note. — This wharf, and the wharves open- 
ing E. on it, are used almost exclusively by 
vessels engaged in carrying lumber. 

SHAW'S— 

Commenced June, 1853. 
From Battery E. to line of Front street, 32-1 

feet in length by 65 feet in width. 
Cost. 137*000. Owned by Messrs. Shaw & 

Webster, 
j Depth of water, 35 feet. 

VALLEJO— 

Commenced June, 1853. 
Yallejo street extended E. from Front 1,000 
feet, by 70 feet in width, with an L open- 
ing on the main wharf X. 350 feet in 
leugth. and 50 (feet wide. 
Joint stock company ; capital, 8220,000. 
Officers: — E. P. Flint. President. 

Chas. Minturn, Sec'y and Treas'r. 
E. P. Flint, 
('has. L. Case, 
H. S. Dexter, 
Chas. Minturn, 
John Crane, 
Capt. Wm. Mn.MicFiAF.L. Wharfinger. 
Depth of water, 25 feet at low tide. 

VIGOUREAU'S — 

Opening on Market S., near junction Califor- 
nia and Market. 

WASHINGTON— 

Commenced October, 1853. 
Washington street extended E. from Davis 

1,300 feet, and 50 feet in width. 
Joint stock company , capital, S200,000. 
Officers : — Henry A. Breed, President. 

Edward A. Breed, Secretary. 

Chas. O. West, Treasurer. 

Henry A. Breed, ) 

Joseph Galloway, > Trustees. 

Chas. O. West, ) 
Water depth, 25 feet average. 

WHIPPLE'S— 

East from Drum street, between Sacramento 
and California street wharves. 



Trustees. 



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APPENDIX. — DIRECTORY TO BUILDINGS. 



Argenti's Building, 

WEST SIDE OF MONTGOMERY STREET, NEAR CORNER OF COMMERCIAL 



Building commenced July, 1-850. 

Completed September, 1850. 

Cost, including Laud, $50,000. 

Owned By F. Argenti, Banker. 



Dimensions : 
Fronting on Montgomery street 26 feet. 
Depth, .... 50 " 
Height four stories and basement. 



DICECTORY TO ARGENTI'S BUILDING. 

LOWER FLOOR. 

Bakbett & Sherwood, Watchmakers and Jewellers. 

SECOND FLOOR. 

Back Rooms — F. Argenti & Co., Bankers. 
Front Room — Joseph Simpson, Attorney at Law. 

" « O. C. Osborne, Stock Broker and Dealer in Real Estate. 

THIRD FLOOR. 
Front Rooms — John A. Lent, Attorney at Law. 

S. A. Sheppard, Attorny at Law and Public Administrator. 

J. H. McKibben, Attorney at Law. 

W. M. Zabriskie, Attorney at Law. 
Back Rooms — Tho. C. Hambly, Counsellor at Law. 

F. H. Wells, Attorney at Law. 

J. Reynolrs, Attorney at Law. 

FOURTH FLOOR. 

Front Rooms — A. Welch, Purser U. S. Navy. 
Back Room — E. Berri. 



Armory Hall, 



NORTH-EAST CORNER OF MONTGOMERY AED SACRAMENTO STREETS. 



Building commenced Julv 1st, 1853. 

Completed Nov. 15th, 1853. 
Cost, including land, . . $225,000 
Cost, exclusive of land, . 125,000 

Owned by Samuel Brannan. 



Dimensions : 
Fronting on Montgomery street 60 feet. 

" Sacramento, . 60 " 

Height, . . . . 75 " 

Four stories and basement. 



DIRECTORY TO ARMORY HALL. 

LOWER FLOOR. 

No. 124. Dr. A. S. Wright's Miners' Exchange and Savings Bank and Assay office. 
" " J. N. Olney, Real Estate Broker. 
" " A. B. Perkins, Real Estate and Money Broker. 
". 126. N. C. Stetson & Co., Boot and Shoe Store. 
" 128. John H. Still, Bookseller and Stationer. 
" " John Perry, Jr., Stock and Bullion Broker. 

No. 3. J. M. Horner, Dealer in Real Estate. 



SECOND FLOOR, (entrance on Montgomery st.) 
No. 1. H. S. Hewit, M. D. 

" C. S. Tripler, M. D. 
No. 2. Curtis & Perry, Assay Office. 

" Augustus Humbert. 
No. 3. Saml. W. Moore, Real Estate, Stock 
and Loan Office. 

" Henry Gerke. 

" D. M. Chauncey. 
Nos. 4 and 5. R. P. Chase, M. D. 
Nos. 6 and 7. Sutherland & Stebbins, At- 

toruies at Law. 
No. 8. Vacant. 

No. 9. W. P. Gibbons, M. D. 
Nos. 10 and 11. E. D. Baker, Att'y at Law. 

THIRD FLOOR. 

No. 1. Marion Rifles. 

No. 2. Office " Weekly Pacific." 



No. 4. Vacant. 

Nos. 5 and 6. Wm. E. Goldsmith's Steel and 

Copper Plate Engraving and Printing 

Rooms. 
No. 7. Ramon De Zaldo. 
No. 8. John B. Frisbie, Attorney at Law. 

No. 9 . ' 

No. 10. J. E. Lawrence. 

No. 11. National Lancers. 

No. 12. Eureka Light Horse Guards. 

No. 13. -. , 

FOURTH FLOOR. 

Drill Room. 

BASEMENT, (entrance on Sacramento st.) 

Marble Pillar Saloon. 
Entrance on Montgomery st. — Vacant. 



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181 



Battelle's Building. 

EAST SIDE OF MONTGOMERY STREET, BETWEEN CLAY AND COMMERCIAL. 



Building commenced August 1st, 1853. 
Building completed Dec. 1st, 1853. 

Cost, including land, 

Owned by T. K. Battelle. 



Dimensions : 
Width on Montgomery street, 30 feet. 
Depth, . . . . 50 " 
Height, . . . . 100 '■ 
Five stories and basement. 



DIRECTORY TO BATTELLE'S BUILDING. 

LOWER FLOOR. 
Xo. 136, Seloyer it Sixton, Heal Estate Auctioneers. 



Alta California Once. 

SECOND FLOOR. 



Xo. 11, Vacant. 
Xo. 12, Vacant. 



Xo. 13,' W. C. Allex & Co., Importers of 
Diamonds, "Watches and Jewelry. 

Xo. 1-4, Fry, Xautre & Johxsox, Attor- 
neys at Law. 



THIRD FLOOR. 
Xo. 6, P. S. Kostromitixoff, Russian consul. Xo. 9. Vacant. 
No. 7, Dr. H. W. Rivers. No. 10, Vacant. 

Xo. 8, Vacant. 

FOURTH FLOOR. 

Xos. 1, 2 and 3, T. K. Battelle. I Xo. 5, H. A. Cobb. 

Xo. 4, W. C. Allex. 

BASEMENT. 
Florence's, Horn & Gilmork, Proprietors, 



Bay State Row. 

EAST SIDE OF BATTERY STREET, NEAR BUSH. 



Building erected in 1850. 
Cost, including land. S'225,000. 
Cost, exclusive of land, 140,000. 

Owned by Samuel Brannan, Esq. 



Dimensions : 
Width on Bush street, 175 feet. 

Depth, 175 " 

Height, . . . 50 " 



DIRECTORY TO BAY STATE ROW. 

Xos. 1 and 2 Sansome, Johx Britxell and Geo. L. Murdoch's Boarding! 
House. 

" 3 Veasey. Allex & Co. 

" 4 J. S. Calef, M. D., Druggist. 

" 5 Vacant. 

" 6 O. Taylor, Carpenter. 

" 7 Pallet & Co., Carpenters, lower floor. 

" 7 Mr. Billixgs, Carpenter, second floor. 

" 8 and 9, Chas. Shlmhixs, Boarding House, lower and second floors. 

" 10 and 11, R. Ellis. 

" 12 Alex. Bailey, Private Boarding. 

" 13 Johx Hysox, Boarding House. 

" 14 Plymouth Rock House, Robixsox & Co., Proprietors. 



182 APPENDIX. — DIRECTORY TO BUILDINGS. 

Bolton & Barron's Buildings, 

N. W. CORNER OP MONTGOMERY AND MERCHANT STREETS. 
Proprietors — Bolton, Barron & Co. 

DIRECTORY TO BOLTON & BARRON'S BUILDINGS. 

LOWER FLOOR, (fronting on Montgomery street.) 
Haley, Gaylord «fc Co., Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers. 
Henry S. Fitch & Co., Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers. 
C. H. "West, Stock and Money Broker. 

LOWER FLOOR, (fronting on Merchant street.) 
No. 92. Bolton, Barron & Co., Merchants. 
No. 94. Berford & Go's. Express. 

No. 96. Wm. Neely Johnson & Co., Real Estate and General Brokers. 
No. 97. Vacant. 

SECOND FLOOR, (entrance near No. 92 Merchant street.) 
Nos. 1 and 3. Hastings. Thomas & Morse, Attornies at Law. 

" " George Pearkes. 

No. 2. Waller & Dodge, Attornies at Law. 
No. 4. Geo. B. Tingley & J. B. De Fiennes, Attornies at Law. 
No. 5. E. R. &. H. W. Carpentier, Counsellors at Law. 

THIRD FLOOR. No. 8. Vacant. 

No. 6. Vacant. No. 9. Vacant. 

No. 7. Vacant. No. 10. Vacant. 

SECOND FLOOR, (entrance near 92 and 98 Merchant street.) 
No. 1. Wm. Fred. Greene, Attorney at Law. 
Nos. 2 and 4. Sanders & Parker, Attornies at Law. 

" " Samuel Cowles, Attorney at Law. 

" " Alfred Wheeler, Attorney at Law. 

Nos. 1 and 3. Magraw & Tilford, Attornies at Law. 
Nos. 2, 4 and 6. Sloan, Bates & Mudd, Attornies at Law. 

" " N. H. Davis, Attorney at Law. 

No. 5. Samuel Platt, Attorney at Law. 

THIRD FLOOR, (entrance near 92 and 98 Merchant street.) 
No. 5. Vacant. 
No. 6. Vacant. 
No. 7. Vacant. 
No. 8. Geo. Hudson, Attorney at Law. 

" H. S. Gates, M. D. 
Nos. 7 and 9. J. D. Creigh, Attorney at Law. 
No. 8. Jennifer & Fitzhugh. 
No. 10. Wm. H. Rhodes, Attorney at Law. 

Baker's Building, 

LOCATED ON THE S. SIDE OF CLAY ST. NEAR AND EAST OF MONTGOMERY. 



Building commenced September, 1853. 

Completed October, 1853. 

Cost, including laud, $50,000. 

Owned by Lewis Baker. 



Dimensions : 

Width thirty feet. 

Depth fifty-four feet. 

Height forty feet. 



DIRECTORY TO BAKER'S BUILDING. 

STORES ON CLAY STREET. 
No. 149)^. Lehman & Eilerman, Merchant Tailors 

and Dealers in Fine Fashionable Clothing. 
No. 151. Henry Regensburger, Fancy Dry Goods. 

SECOND FLOOR. 
Channino G. Fenner & O. B. Tyler's Law Office. 
Sidney V. Smith, Attorney at Law. 
Hbbvet Sparks & Brothers, Real Estate Agents. 
Two rooms vacant. 

. ,, » „ . THIRD FLOOR. 
Occupied by the Excelsior Printing Office, 
Whitton, Tqwne & Co., Proprietor. 



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183 



City Hall, 



FRONTING ON KEARNY STREET. OPPOSITE PORTSMOUTH SQUARE. 



Building commenced 1851. 

Completed 1851. 

Cost, including land, 3350,000. 

Cost, exclusive of land. $240,000. 



Dimensions : 

Width seventy-four feet. 

Height one hundred and twenty-five feet. 

Depth sixty feet. 

Depth Main Building 137 feet. 



DIEECTOEY TO THE CITY HALL. 



No, l. 

No. 2. 
No. 3. 
No. 4 
No. o. 
No. 6. 
No. 7. 
No. 8. 
No. 9. 
No. 10 
No. 11 
No. 12 
No. 13 
No. 11 
No. 15 
No. 16 
No. 17 
No. 18 



LOWER FLOOR. 
Mayor's Uffice. 
Tax Collector. 
Comptroller. 
City Mar-hall. 
Recorder's Office. 
Recorder's Court. 
Superior Court. 
Clerk Superior Court. 
Clerk Law Library. 

Law Library 

County Treasurer. 
, City Treasurer. 

Clerk District Court. 

District Court. 

County Court. 

k County Court. 
. District Attornev. 
, Sheriff's Office. 



No. 19. Clerk Board Aldermen and Su- 
pervisor.?. 

No. 20. Clerk Common Council. 
21. County Supervisors. 

No. 22. Board Assistant Alderman. 

V... 23. i !ity Assessor. 

No. 24. Board D< (legates Fire Department. 

No. 25. Chief Engineer. 

No. 26. Grand Jury. 

No. 27. Jury Room. 

No. 28. City and County Surveyor. 

.No. 29. County Assessors. 

No. 29. Back Room — State and County 
Tax Collectors. 

BASEMENT. 

A. Street Commissioner. 

B. Recorder's Clerk. 

C. Police Office. 



Corinthian Buildings. 

NORTH SIDE CLAY STREET, ADJOINING NIANTIC HOTEL. 



Building commenced If ay, 1852. 
Completed August, 
Cost, including land. $58,500. 
Owned by Jonathan Edwards, Esq. 



Hei 



Dimensions : 
Width sixty feet. 
Depth sixty feet, 
rht two stories and basement. 



DIEECTOEY TO COEINTHIAX BUILDINGS. 

STORES ON CLAY STREET. 
No. 128. A. C. Messerye & Co.. "Wholesale and Retail Dealers 

in Upholstery Goods and Paper Hangings. 
No. 130. Woodworth & Co., Piano Fortes. Ac. 
No. 132. B. F. Moses A Brother, China Goods. 

SECOND FLOOR, (entrance between 130 and 132.; 
O'Meara & Painter. Book and Job Printing Establishment. 
Office of Puget's Sound Coal Mining Association. 
F. R. Loo.mis, John A. Peck, Smyth Clark. 
Allan Lowe A Co., Commission Merchants. 



Basement Vacant. 



184 



APPENDIX. — DIRECTORY TO BUILDINGS 



Custom House Block. 



LOCATED ON THE SOUTH-EAST CORNER OF SACRAMENTO AND SANSOME STS. 



Building commenced August, 1853. 

Completed Nov., 1853. 
Cost, exclusive of Land, $140,000. 
Lafayette Maynard. 



Proprietors, 



Louis McClane, jr. 



Dimensions : 

Width on Sansome, . : 80 feet. 

Fronting on Sacramento . . 185 " 

Height three stories and basement. 



DIRECTORY TO CUSTOM HOUSE BLOCK. 

LOWER, FLOOR ON SANSOME STREET. 
No. 1. Patten Brothers, Saloon. 

No. 1%. Loewy, Baronn & Co., Custom House Stationery. 
No. 2. Knight, Chadwick & Co., Grocers. 

LOWER FLOOR, FRONTING ON SACRAMENTO STREET. 
No. 1%. Maurice Redet, Segars. 
No. 3. Charles Baum, Custom House Broker. 
No. 4. A. I. Tobias & Co., Importers of Dry Goods, Clothing and Jewelry. 

" Wm. Schleiden, Custom House Broker, General Agent and Translator. 
No. 5. C. & W. Kaufman, Importers of Clothing and Dry Goods. 
" Jos. Sporborg, Importer of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. 
" Tandler & Co., Importers of Clothing and Dry Goods. 
No. 6. Hardie & Rutenberg, Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods. 
No. 7. Vacant. 

SECOND FLOOR, (entrance on Sansome street.) 
R. H. Vance's Billiard Saloon. 

THIRD FLOOR, (entrance on Sansome street.) 

No. 4. R. Sturdivant. 
No. 5. Geo. Penn Johnston. 
No. G. L. Maynard. 
SECOND FLOOR, (entrance between 3 &4.) 
1st Door Right — Custom House and Naval Office. 
" " Left — Assistant Treasurer. 
2d " ". — Surveyor's Office. 
3d " " — Auditor's Office. 

THIRD FLOOR, (entrance between 3 & 4.) 



No. 1. S. Baker, 

No. 2. Vacant. 

No. 3. J. C. Maynard. 



Surveyor's Office. 
Storekeeper's Office. 



No. 9. 
No. 10. 
No. 11. 
No. 12. 

No. 13 

No. 14 

No. 15. U. S Weighers, Gaugers and 
Measurers. 



No. 1 

No. 2. Collector's Office. 
No. 3 

No. 4. Naval Officer. 

No. 5 

No. 6 

No. 7. Measurer of Vessels. 

No. 8. 

SECOND FLOOR, (Sacramento st.,) 
Entrance between Nos. 4 fy 5. — Newton & Scheuch, Importers of Clothing &c. 
Entrance between Nos. 5 k 6. — S. J. Neustadt & Barnett, Importers of Watches, Jewelry 

and Dry Goods. 
Entrance between Nos. 6 fy 7. — J. A. McCrea & Co., Importers of Fancy Goods and Jew- 
elry. 

THIRD FLOOR, (Sacramento street.) 
Entrance between Nos. 4 if 5. — Vacant 

Entrance between Nos. 5 ^ 6. — H. Uxger & Co., Hat- Warehouse. 
Entrance between Nos. 6 fy 7. — Jacob Straiili;, Billiard Table Manufacturer. 
" " '• " ■ — A. Tiiielebein, Sinn Painter. 

BASEMENT. 
Nos. 1, 2 and 3. F. Pahud, Wines and Liquors. 
No. 4. Vacant, 
No. 5. Vacant. 
No. 6. Vacant. 
No. 7. Vacant. 



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185 



Court Block. 

NORTH SIDE OF CLAY STREET, ADJOINING POST OFFICE BUILDING. 



Building commenced July, 1853. 

Completed January, 1854. 

r. A , ) S. F. Elliott, M. D. and 
Owned by j R Q ^^ Egq 



Dimensions : 
Fronting on Clay street, . . 41 feet. 
Fronting on Merchant street, . . 41 " 

Depth 108 " 

Height three stories and basement. 



The interior construction and finish of this Block is not surpassed by any building in the 
City. Designed for offices, it offers to members of the legal profession and others seeking lo- 
cations, advantages seldom found. 



DIRECTORY TO COURT BLOCK. 

STORES ON CLAY STREET. 
No. 182. Vacant, 
No. 184. F. C. M. Fenn, Stationery. 

Stores on Kearny street, vacant. 
SECOND FLOOR. 
E. 0. Crosby, Attorney at Law. 
E. W. F. Sloan, " 
Vacant. 
Dr. Sl'RINGSTEAD. 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



Vacant. 
Vacant. 
Vacant. 
Vacant. 
Vacant. 
Vacant. 



Law. 


No. 7. Vacant. 


.< 


No. 8. Vacant. 




No. 9. Vacant. 




Nob. 10 and 12. G. k P. Fobes, Attor- 




nies at Law. 




No. 11. Nathaniel Bennett, Counsel- 




lor at Law. 


THIRTl 


FLOOR. 




No. 19. Vacant. 




No. 20. Vacant. 




Xo. 21. Vacant. 




No. 22. Vacant 




No. 23. Vacant. 




No. 24. Vacant. 



Empire Block. 

S. W. CORNER CALIFORNIA AND BATTERY STREETS. 



Building commenced October, 1851. 
Completed January, 1852. 
Cost, exclusive of land, $110,000. 
Proprietors Jas. H. Bay and S. B. Throck- 
morton. 



Dimensions : 

Width on California street IM% feet. 

Depth on Battery street 89 feet. 

Height two stories. 



DIRECTORY TO EMPIRE BLOCK. 

STORES ON CALIFORNIA STREET. 
Eoardmax, Bacon & Co., Importers and Dealers in Hardware. 
Jos. M. Brown & Co., Importers aud Dealers in Hardware, Metals, &c. 
Vacant. 

Hawley <fc Co., Importers aud Dealers in Fancy and Staple Hardware. 
Vficiint 

SECOND FLOOR. 
Boardman, Bacon & Co. 
Jos. M. Brown <fe Co. 

M. Barnett & Co.. Importers and Manufacturers of Clothing, &c. 
Hochstadter & Bro., Importers of Dry Goods, Clothing, &c. 
Caleb Ehrich, Ladies' Fancy Goods. 

A.J. Dart, Agency of Perry Davis & Son's Vegetable Paiu Killer. 
Bobert Hagen, Importer of Surgical Instruments, Druggists' and 
Apothecary Ware. 
24 



No. 


79 


No. 


SI 


No. 


Si] 


No. 


85 


No 


87 


No. 


79 


No 


81 


No. 


83 



No. 85 



No. 87 



186 



APPENDIX 



DIEECTORY TO BUILDINGS. 



Commercial Row. 

ON CLAY STREET WHAEF, CORNER CLAY AND DRUM STREETS. 

Building erected January, 1853. Dimensions : 

Cost, including- laud, §56,500. Fronting on Clay street - 137}^ feet. 

• Owned by Jas. H. Ray. Fronting on Drum street 91 feet 10 inches. 

Height two stories. 



DIRECTORY TO COMMERCIAL ROW. 

STORES ON CLAY STREET WHARF. 
No. 1. R. Walton & Co., Produce Commission Merchants. 
No. 2. E. T. Pease & Co., Flour and Grain Dealers. 
No. 3. Samuel L. Dewey, Produce Commission Merchant. 
No. 4. Sim & Co., Produce Commission Merchants. 
No. 5. Campbell & Hansbrough, Produce Merchants. 
No. 6. George P. Louck, Flour, Groceries and Provisions. 
No. 7. Brenxan & Co., Produce Commission Merchants. 
No. 8. Lockwood & Lewis, Saloon. 

STORES ON DRUM STREET. 
Merrill & Warrex, Produce Commissiou Merchants. 

SECOND FLOOR, (entrance near No. 4 Clay street wharf.) 
No. 1. Office Board of Port Wardens. 
No. 2. Shermax S. Clark, Wm. H. Dexnes, Wm. E. Dexxes, Jas. Braxxan and 

Johx T. McKexzie. 
No. 3. Campbell & Simpsox. 
No. Zy 2 . Vacant. 
No. 4. Vacant. 
No. 5. Vacant. 

No. 6. T. C. Thomas, Ship Broker. 
No. 7. Thos. A. Brock, S. F. Clevelaxd, R. Fitch, R. G. Small, G. S. Clark, 

and Geo. Allen. 
No. 8. Eyre & Harris. 
No. 9. Wood & Co., Stevedores. 
No. 10. Vacant. 
.No. 11. Vacant. 
No. 12. Bartox & Grimm. 
No. 13. Richard Fox and Thomas Ross. 
No. 14. ) 

No. 16. > Daxa Fuller, Boarding House. 
No. 17. \ 



Folsom's Iron Building. 

NORTH-EAST CORNER OF CALIFORNIA AND LEIDESDORFF STREETS. 



Building erected July, 1851. 
Owned by J. L. Folsom. 



Dimensions : 
Width on California street, 30 feet. 
Depth on Leidesdorff street, 80 feet. 
Height, two stories and basement. 



DIRECTORY TO FOLSOM'S IRON BUILDING. 

Stores on California Street. 
James M. Moore & Co., Seed Store. 

SECOND FLOOR, (Entrance on California Street.) 



No. 1, Capt. J. L. Folsom, P. W. Van Win 

kle, and Edward Cany. 
No. 2, Vacant. 
No. 3, L. R. Townsend, Architect and Su 

perintendent. 

Basement Vacant 



No. 4, Vacant. 
No. 5, Vacant. 

No. 6, William H. Ranlett, Architect and 
Superintendent of Public Buildings. 



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187 



Express Building. 

N. E. CORNER OF MONTGOMERY AND CALIFORNIA STREETS. 



Building commenced Sept. 1st.. 1853. 
Completed January 20th. 1854. 
Cost including land, $280,000. 
Cost, exclusive of land, 8180,000. 
Owned by Samuel Brannan, Esq. 



Dimensions : 
Fronting on Montgomery street, . 68 feet. 
" " California street, - - 62>£ " 

Height, - - - - - - 75 " 

Four stories and basement. 



DIRECTORY TO EXPRESS BUILDING. 

LOWER FLOOR. 
No. 100. Wells. Fargo & Co.'s Express and Banking House. 
No. 102. Pollard & Co., Dealers in Real Estate and Money Brokers. 
SECOND FLOOR, (entrance on Montgomery street.) 
Xos. 1, 10 & 11. J. C. Yorx.;. M D. " No. 6. Vacant. 

Nos. 2 and 3. Dr. Badarocs, Oculist. No. 7 Vacant. 

Xo. 4. Edw. Stanley, Att'y at Law. No. 8. A'acaut. 

Wm, W. Hawks, " " " No. 9. Vacant. 

No. 5. Wm. C. Jewett, Merchant. 

THIRD FLOOR. 
Nos. 1, 2 and 4. Crockett, Page tt Tlvis, Attornies at Law. 
No. 3. J. H. Applegate, Attorney at Law. 

" D. Brigham. jr. 
Nos. 5 and 6. Wyman A Turner. Civil Engineers and Surveyors. 
Nos. 7 and 8. Henry A. Breed, Secretary of Clay and Washington Wharf Com- 
panies. 
No. 9. Vacant. 
No. 10. Vacant. 

Nos. 11 and 12. S. Merritt. M. D. 
( Xo. 13. W. S. Clark. 
\ " J. P. Manrow. 

FOURTH FLOOR. 
Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. (Private.) 

Nos. 7 and 8. Hall and Secretary's Office of California Pioneers. 
No. 9. Vacant. 
No. 10. Vacant. 
Nos. 11, 12 and 13. Clark Sc George, Architects and Builders. 

BASEMENT. 
Xo. 100. Vacant. No. 102. Vacant. 



Howard's Building. 



WEST SIDE MONTGOMERY STREET. BETWEEN CLAY AND COMMERCIAL. 



Building commenced June. 1850. 

Completed August, 1850. 

Owned by W. D. M. Howard, Esq. 



Dimensions : 
Width - - - 30 feet. 

Depth - - 40 " 

Height four stories and basement. 



This building escaped destruction during the disastrous conflagrations that have swept 
over that part of the city. . 

DIRECTORY TO HOWARD'S BUILDING. 

William Stanwood. 
S. C. Bruce. 
Thomas B. Park. 
Joseph P. Thompson. 

FOURTH FLOOR. 

William Stanwood. 
George T. Knox. 
William Smythe. 

BASEMENT. 
George Mellus, Dealer in Wines and 
Liquors. 



Stores on Montgomery Street Vacant. 
SECOND FLOOR. 
E. B. Mastick, Attorney at Law. 
T. A. Lynch, Xotary. 
McAllister, Williams & Rose, Attorneys 

at Law. 
George T. Knox, Xotary. 
William S. Reese. 
William A. Welder. 

THIRD FLOOR. 
Charles R. Bond. 



188 



APPENDIX. — DIRECTORY TO BUILDINGS. 



Kittredge's Building. 

WEST SIDE FRONT STREET, NEAR CORNER WASHINGTON STREET. 



Building commenced July, 1853. 

Completed Sept., 1853. 

Cost, including laud, §50,000. 

Proprietors, J. GK Kittredge & Co. 



Dimensions : 

Width on Front street, - - 40 feet. 

Depth 70 " 

Height - - - - 47 6 in. 



DIRECTORY TO KITTREDGE'S BUILDING. 

STORES ON FRONT STREET. 

Earl & Co., Dealers in Provisions, &c. 

SECOND FLOOR. 
Wood & West, Commission Merchants. 

. THIRD FLOOR. 
R. A. Swain, Importer and Commission Merchant. 

BASEMENT. 
Earl & Co. 



Meiggs 7 Musical Hall Buildings. 

SOUTH-EAST CORNER OF MONTGOMERY AND BUSH STREETS. 



Building erected in 1853. 
Owned by Henry Meiggs. 



Dimensions : 
Fronting on Bush street. 137 feet. 
Fronting on Montgomery street, 80 feet. 



DIRECTORY TO MUSICAL HALL BUILDINGS. 

LOWER FLOOR, (on Bush Street.) 
Warren & Sox, Horticultural Booms. Three rooms vacant. 

Musical Hall. 

LOWER FLOOR, (on Montgomery Street.) 

Two rooms vacant. Hall. 

SECOND FLOOR, (Entrance on Bush Street.) 
Henry Moise, Carver and Gilder. Office of California Farmer, 



Capt. William P. Williams. 

Edward S. Williams. 

John Crane. 

Office of California Lumber Company. 



Warren & Sons' Exhibition Rooms. 

Carpenters' Hall. 

Jesse L. Wetmore, Carpenter and Builder. 



McAllister's Building. 

NORTH SIDE OF CLAY STREET, NEAR MONTGOMERY. 



Building commenced February, 1853. 

Completed May, 1853. 

Cost, including laud, $65,000. 

Owned by Hall McAllister, Esq. 



Dimensions : 
Width, ... 40 feet. 
Depth, - - - - 60 " 
Height three stories and basement. 



DIRECTORY TO McALLISTER'S BUILDING. 

STORES ON CLAY STREET. 
No. 146 W. M. Tileston, Dealer in Boots, Shoes and Leather. 
No. 148 J. E. Allen &, Co., Books and Stationery. 





SECOND FLOOR. 


No. 7 Marshall, Huntington & Dwi- 


No. 


1 Vacant. 


nelle, Attornies at Law. 


No. 


2 Vacant, 


THIRD FLOOR. 


No. 


3 Vacant. 


No. 8 Vacant. 


No. 


4 Vacant. 


No. 9 Vacant. 


No. 


f. ) N. Holland, Attorney at Law. 
j B. D. Hyam. Counsellor at Law. 


No. 10 Dr. Theller. 


No. 11 Daily Public Ledger Printing Office 


No. 


6 Sam'l H. Dwinelle, Notary Public. 

BASES 


No. 12 Vacant. 
No. 13 Vacant. 
[ENT. 




No. 146 F. Berton & Co., Wines a 


nd Liquors. 




No. 148 Vacant. 





APPENDIX. — DIRECTORY TO BUILDINGS 



189 



Masonic Hall. 

ON MONTGOMERY STREET, BETWEEN SACRAMENTO AND CALIFORNIA STREETS. 



Building commenced Mav. 1853. 


Dimensions : 




Completed July, 1853. 


Fronting on Montgomery street, - 


40 feet. 


Cost, including land, 3125.000. 


Depth 


50 " 


Owned by Samcel Brannan, Esq. 


Height, - - -• - 

Four stories and basement. 


75 " 



No. 4 



Dealers in Real Estate, 



DIRECTORY TO MASONIC HALL. 

LOWER FLOOR. 
B. F. Bctler, Bookseller, Stationer and Lithographer. 

SECOND FLOOR. 
Xo. 1 Aldrich & McConnell, Attornies. 
Xos. 2 and 3 California Land Commissioners. 

J. Pendleton, 

L. P. Eatox, 
No. 5 Thomas Bennett, M. D. 
Nos. 6 and 7. Samuel Bbannan. 

THIRD FLOOR. 
Nos. 1, 2 and 3 B. F. Butler's Book Bindery and Lithographing rooms. 
No. 4 Wm. J. Slater, Attorney. 
No. 5. Vacant. 
Nos. 6 and 7 Drs. Painb &■ Beers, Dentists, 

FOURTH FLOOR. 
Masonic Hall. 

BASEMENT. 
Ernest Richt, Coffee Saloon. 



Maynard's Row. 



NORTH-WEST CORNER OF CALIFORNIA AND BATTERY STREETS. 



Building commenced January, 1852. 

Completed -March. 1 B52, 

Cost, exclusive of land. $85,000, 

Owned by L. Maynard, Esq. 



Dimensions : 
Fronting on California street, - 182 feet. 
Depth, 70 " 



DIRECTORY TO MAYXARDS ROW. 

STORES ON CALIFORNIA STREET. 

ROW. | STREET. 

No. 1 . .94 — Davis & Co.. Importers and Dealers in Hardware of all descriptions. 
Xo. 2.. 92 — S. Honigsberger A Co.. Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers in 

French. English and American Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. 
No. 3. .90 — Jambs Hart, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Hardware. 
No. 4. .88 — G. Selig A' Bro., Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods, Clothing and 
Fancy Articles. 
( H. Cohn A: Co., Importers and Jobbers of Clothing. 
\ Jacob Silberman, Importer and Jobber of Clothing and Dry 
Goods. 
84 — Lazard Freres, Importer of Dry Goods and Clothing. 
82 — Fairbanks A- Co., Importers and Dealers in Stoves, Hardware and 
Agricultural Implements. 



Xo. 5.. 86 



Xo. 6. 
Xo. 7 



SECOND FLOOR. 
Xo. 1 Davis & Co. 

Xo. 2 L. B. Gostross, Commission Merchant. 

Xo. 3 J. R. Rollinson & Co., Importing and Commission Merchants. 
Xo. 4 Annan, Talmadge & Co., Commission Merchants. 
Xo. 5 Vacant. 
Xo. 6. Lazard Freres. 

Xo. 7 Thos. Tillotson & Co., Manufacturers and Importers of Hardware. 
Underhill, Agent. 
Entrance on Battery street, 3d door from California. 



Jacob 



190 APPENDIX. — DIRECTORY TO BUILDINGS. 



Montgomery Block. 



LOCATED ON MONTGOMERY STREET AND EXTENDING FROM WASHINGTON TO 

MERCHANT. 



Building commenced July, 1853. 

Completed Dec, 1853. 

Messrs. Halleck, Peachy, Billings & Park, 

Owners. 



Dimensions : 

Fronting on Montgomery street, - 122 feet 

Fronting on Washington street, - 138 " 

Fronting on Merchant street, - - 138 " 

Height four stories and basement. 



This Building is the largest and most tastefully finished on the Pacific Coast, and by 
its extent, solidity and architectural beauty, would attract attention in any city of the 
Union. It presents an unbroken facade on three streets of 400 feet. 

The Four Stories of Windows above the Basement, are large and airy, and rise over 
the principal one in diminished and graceful proportion, with architrave, cornice, &c, to 
the frieze course of the building, which is marked by horizontal moulding and a beautiful 
frieze band, over which rises an elegant cornice, upon which all the taste and skill of the 
architect have been exhausted : — the whole terminating with an appropriate blocking 
course. The principal floor is striking by its support of pilasters with carved caps. The 
flat segmental arches of each opening are ornamented by a keystone bearing sculptured 
heads of real and imaginary characters, in semi-relievo. 

The Main Entrance to the Building is on Montgomery street, and is a triumph of 
architectural beauty. The door-way is of cut stone ; — the columns in alto-relievo, are of 
the Roman Doric, from the style of the Dioclesiau baths at Rome. The frieze is beauti- 
fully sculptured, and the sunk cornice is beautified by a number of rich ornaments, — the 
bronzed iron doors being surmounted by a head of Washington. Besides the 28 base- 
ment and first story stores, this immense pile contains nearly 150 offices in its several 
floors, — all of which are furnished with gas, grates, &c, and with water iu every hall, from 
an Artesian well in the court ; all the openings are provided with substantial iron shutters ; 
the brick walls, are of great solidity, built on piles and carefully anchored and tied. The 
architect, builder and director was Mr. G. P. Cummings. The whole edifice is a beautiful 
piece of Italian architecture, and has few rivals in the oldest settled countries. 

Number of Stores on Montgomery street, 6. 

Number of Stores on Washington street, 4. 

Number of Stores on Merchant street, 4. 

Number of Rooms on Second Floor, 34. 

Number of Rooms on Third Floor, 45. 

Number of Rooms on Fourth Floor, 45. 

Number of Rooms in Basement, 14. 



DIRECTORY TO MONTGOMERY BLOCK. 

STORES ON MONTGOMERY STREET. 

No. 156 Wadsworth & Rockwell, Hardware, Cutlery, &c. 

No. 158 Jos. Grant & Arm. Guyol, Brokers and Real Estate Agents. 

{" Jos. Grant, Notary Public and Commissioner of Deeds for all the States. 
" R. E. Woods, Dealer in Real Estate; Loans Negotiated. 
" P. H. McCabe, Stock and Money Broker. 
" H. D. Wallen, Coal Dealer. 



APPENDIX. — DIRECTORY TO BUILDINGS. 



191 



No. 160 George W: Murray & Co:, Booksellors and Stationers. 

No. 162 

No. 164 Vacant. 

No. 166 Bank Exchange, P. D. Killdctf <fe Co., Proprietors. 



No. 145 Vacant: 
No. 147 Vacant. 



STORES ON WASHINGTON ST. 

No. 149 Vacant. 
No. 151 Vacant. 

STORES ON MERCHANT ST. 

No. 78. Vacant: 



No: 74 Vacant: 
No. 76 Vacant. 
No: 80 Wadsworth & Rockwell, Hardware, Cutlery, &c 



Nos 
Nos 



Nos 



SECOND FLOOR. 
. 1, 2 and 3, Janes, Doyi.e & 
Barber's Law Office. 
. 4 and 5, Sawyer, Johnson* & 
Pixley's Law Office. 
4 and 5, William H. Graham. 
Notary Public. 

4 and 5. Levi Stowell, Nota- 
ry Public. 

6 and 7. Hoge & Wilson's 
Law Office. 



No. 


8, 


Vacant. 


No. 


9, 


Vacant. 


No. 


10, 


Vacant. 


No. 


11, 


Vacant. 


No. 


12, 


Vacant. 


Nos 


. 13 and 14, Holladay, Saun- 




ders «fe Gary's Law Office. 


N». 


15, 


Vacant. 


No. 


16, 


Vacant. 


No. 


IT, 


Vacant. 


No. 


18. 


Vacant. 


No. 


35, 


THLRE 
Vacant. 


No. 


36, 


Kelsey Hazen. 


No. 


37, 


Calhoun <£ BLAXDiNo'sLaw 




Office. 


No. 


38 and 39, Lieut. R. S. Wil- 




liamson. Topographical Engi- 




neers. U. S. A. 


No 


40, 


Vacant. 


No 


41, 


Vacant. 


No 


42 


Vacant. 


No 


43, 


Vacant. 


No 


44 


Vacant. 


No 


45 


Vacant. 


No 


46 


Vacant. 


No 


47 


James B. Towxsexd, At- 




torney at Law. 


No 


.48 


J. Wilson & E. L. B. 




Brooks. 


No 


.49 


Vacant. 


No 


.50 


Vacant. 


No 


51, 


Vacant. 


No 


.52, 


Vacant. 


No 


.53 


Vacant. 


No 


54 


D. P. Belknap, Attorney 




at Law. 



FLOOR. 



No. 19, Vacant. 
No. 20, Vacant. 
Nos. 21, 22 and 23, V. E. Howard 

& D. W. Perley. Atts at Law. 
No. 24, Spear <fc Bristol's Law 

Office. 
No. 25, D. O. 'Shattuck & Chas. 

Spencer, Attorneys at Law. 
No. 26. S. M. Tibbits, M. D. 
No. 27, Vacant. 
No. 28, Vacant. 
No. 29, Vacant. 
No. 30, J. S. Gloyer & Wm. W. 

Shepard, Attorneys at Law. 
No. 31 and 32. Robert Rankin, 

Attorney at Law. 
No. 33 and 34, Alexander Ely, 

Attorney at Law. 
Billiard Room, 77 feet, 5 inches, by 

53 feet. 



No. 55, Gilbert A. Grant, Attor- 
ney at Law and Notary Public. 

No. 56, Charles E. Mount, Attor- 
ney at Law. 

No. 57 and 58, Judge Thomas. 

No. 59, Vacant. 

No. 60, Vacant. 

No. 61, Vacant. 

No. 62 and (53, Wm. J. Shaw, Coun- 
sellor at Law. 

No. 64, J. C. Haswell. 

No. 65, Vacant. 

No. 66, Mr. Meiggs. 

No. 67, J. G. Barnard. 

Nos. 68 and 69, Maj. J. G. Bar- 
nard, Corps of Engineers, TJ. 
S. A. 

No. 70, Vacant. 

No. 71, Vacant. 

Nos. 72, 73, 74 and 75, Halleck, 
Peachy, Billings & Park's 
Law Office. 

No. 76, H. B. White, M. D. 

No. 77, Vacant. 

No. 78, John Banner. , 

No. 79, Vacant. 



192 APPENDIX. — DIRECTORY TO BUILDINGS. 


FOURTH FLOOR, 


No. 80 Lieut. R. S. "Williamson. 


Nos. 103 and 104. Horace P- 


Nos. 81, 82, 83 and 84 Samuel L. 


Janes. 


BURRITT. 


No. 105 F. E. Jones. 


No. 85 Ceo. W. Macrae. 


No. 106 T. B. Valentine. 


No. 86 Calhoun & Blanding. 


No. 107 Lieut. Prime, U. S. A. 


No: 87 A. G. Wheelock. 


Nos. 108 and 109 Geo. W. Gar- 


No. 88 Elisha Nichols. 


wood. 


No. 89 Fredk. Billings. 


Nos. 110, 111, 112 and 113 Orange 


No: 90 Damon & Owens. 


Clark, D. D. 


No. 91 Vacant: 


No. 114 L. S. Davies. 


No: 92 John B. Peachy. 


No. 115 Wescott & Foster. 


No. 93 J. A: Watson. 


No. 116 F. A. Sawyer. 


No. 94 Melville Baker. 


No. 117 Burns & Harold. 


No. 95 Davis & Linen. 


No. 118 Z. B. Tower. 


No. 96 Sawyer & Johnson. 


Nos. 190 and 120 Major Z. B. 


No. 97 Phillip A. Fendall, jr. 


Tower, Corps of Engineers, U 


No. 98 John H. Wise. 


S. A. 


No9. 99 and 100 H. W. Halleck. 


Nos. 121 and 122 J. A. Gauley. 


No. 101 Halleck, Peachy, Bil- 


No. 123. G. P. Cummings. 


lings & Park. 


No. 124. Vacant. 


No. 102 Solomon Hydenfeldt. 




Basement on Montgomery street. 


No. 156 Orleans Saloon, Hess & 


Saloon. 


Remmel. 


No. 162 Vacant. 


No. 158 Vacant. 


Nos. 164 and 166 Eberhardt's Oys- 


No. 160 Edward Stahle & Bro., 


ter and Dining Saloon. 


Shaving and Hair Dressing 




Basement on Washington street. 


No. 145 Vacant. No. 149 Eberhardt's. 


No. 147 Vacant. No. 151 Vacant. 


Basement on Merchant street. 


No. 74 Vacant. i No. 78 Vacant. 


No. 76 Vacant. No. 80 Wardsworth& Rockwell. 


Merchant Street Block. 


SOUTH SIDE MERCHANT STREET, BETWEEN MONTGOMERY AND KEARNY. 


Building erected 1853. 


Dimensions : 


Cost, including land, $100,000. 


Width, - - -. 50 feet. 


Owned by Palmer, Cook & Co., Bankers. 


Depth, - - - - 50 " 




Height three stories. 


DIRECTORY TO MERCHANT STREET BLOCK. 


No. 97 John W. Crooks, Gas an4 Bar Fixtures. 


7*j qq I Kewen, Johnston & Morrison, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 
j Kewen & Morrison's Law Office. 


» Three rooms vacant. 


SECOND FLOOR. 


THIRD FLOOR. 


No. 1 Vacant. 


No. 11 Vacant. 


No. 2 A. Winants, Attorney at Law. 


No. 12 Vacant. 


No. 3 Vacant. 


No. 13 Vacant. 


No. 4 Vacant. 


No. 14 Vacant. 


No. 5 Vacant. 


No. 15 Vacant. 


No. 6 Vacant. 


No. 16 Office of the Pacific and Atlantic 


No. 7 Vacant. 


Railroad Company, Sherman 


No. 8 Vacant. 


Day, Secretary. 


No. 9 Vacant. 


No. 17 Vacant. 


No. 10 Vacant. 


No. 18 Vacant. 




No. 19 Vacant- 




No. 20 Vacant. 



APPENDIX. — DIRECTORY TO BUILDINGS. 193 

KTaglee's Building, 

SOUTH-WEST CORNER OF MONTGOMERY AND MERCHANT STREET. 

Dimensions : 

Fronting on Montgomery street, 40 feet. Fronting on Merchant street, 137 feet. 

Height three stories. 

Owned by Henry M. Naglee, Esq. 

The building fronting on Montgomery street was commenced on the 11th of May, 1850, 
and is the oldest brick building in the city, with one exception. The brick used in its con- 
struction, cost, when laid, $140 per thousand. Building on Merchant street commenced in 
April, 1851. The determination of the owner to erect fire proof buildings, has been amply 
rewarded in seeing them left uninjured after the many fires that have swept over this part of 
the city. 

DIRECTORY TO NAGLEE'S BUILDING. 

STORES ON MONTGOMERY STREET. 
K"o. 151 War. Mansfield & Co.. AVholesale and Retail Clothing Warehouse. 
No 153 \ Cooke, Kenny A- Co., Booksellers and Stationers. 
) C. K. Smimh, Stock and Money Broker. 

STORES ON MERCHANT STREET. 
No. 89 "Wass, Molitor & Co., Assay Office. 
Nos. 91, 93 and 95 Vacant. 
-y- Q - ) James H. Gager, Broker. 
*°- Ji ]h. E. Beardsley. 

SECOND FLOOR, (entrance on Montgomery street.) 
H. H. Toland, M. D. 
J. VV. Scarborough, Attorney at Law. 
Hon. Ogden Hoffman, Jr. 
A. M. Heslep, Attorney at Law. 

Entrance on Merchant street. 
Jasper J. Pappy, U. S. Commissioner. 
John A. Monroe, U. S. District Clerk. 
Alexander M. Schell, Deputy U. S. District Clerk. 
W.m. H. Cueevers, Assistant U. S. District Clerk. 
Crittenden & Inge, Attornies at Law. 
A. Glassell. 
John A. Godfrey. 
U. S. District Court Booms. 

THIRD FLOOR. 



United States Marshal's Office. 
George Sturtevant. 
Henry M. Naglee's Office. 



Mr. Molitor. 

Cook, Kenny & Co's. Book Bindery. 



Parrott's Granite Block, 

N. W. CORNER OF CALIFORNIA AND MONTGOMERY STREETS. 



Building commenced August 1, 1852. 

Completed December 4, 1852. 

Cost, including laud, - - $140,000 

Cost of building' - - 117,000 

Owned by John Parrott. 



Dimensions : 
Fronting on Montgomery street 68 feet. 
Depth on California street, - 102 " 
Height three stories and basement. 



DIRECTORY TO PARROTT'S GRANITE BLOCK. 

LOWER FLOOR. 
Pege, Bacon & Co., Bankers. 
Adams & Co's. Banking House and Express Office. 

SECOND FLOOR, (entrance on California street.) 
First Room — Major Leonard, Paymaster, U. S. Army. 
Second Room — Major Eaton, Com. Subsistence, U. S. Army. 
Third and fourth Front Rooms — Major Cross, Quartermaster, U. S. Army. 

THIRD FLOOR. 

Gen. Hitchcock, U. S. A. Adams & Co. 

ok:' 



194 



APPENDIX. — DIEECTOEY TO BUILDINGS. 



Orleans Row. 



NOKTH WEST CORNER OF CALIFORNIA AND DAVIS STREETS. 



Building commenced July, 1853. 
Building completed November, 1853. 
Cost, exclusive of land, $135,000. 



Erected by a company of gentlemen, and is 
one of the handsomest rows in the city. It 
covers one fifty vara lot. 



DIRECTORY TO ORLEANS ROW. 

Stores on California Street. 



No. 



1, Shaw, Cotting & Reed, Commission 
Merchants. 
No. 2, Edwards & Balley, " " 



No. 3, J. Dows & Co., Wholesale Dealers in 

Foreign and Domestic Liquors. 
No. 4, Arrington & Co., Grocers. 



Stores on Davis Street. 



No. 5, Arrington & Co., Grocers. 
No. 6, Do. do. do. 



No. 7, 0. W. Easton, California Oil Works. 
" " W. Elliot, Storage and Commission. 



Second Floor and Basement. 



No. 1, Shaw, Cotting & Reed. 
No. 2, Edwards & Balley. 
No. 3, J. Dows & Go. 
No. 4, Vacant. 



No. 5, Vacant. 
No. 6. Vacaut. 
No. 7, W. Elliot. 



Phoenix Block. 

NORTH SIDE CLAY STREET, BETWEEN MONTGOMERY AND KEARNY. 



Building erected in 1852. 

Cost, including land, $105,000. 

Proprietors, Palmer, Cook & Co., Bankers. 



Dimensions : 
Fronting on Clay street 180 feet. 

Depth 50 feet. 
Height three stories and basement. 



DIRECTORY TO PHCENIX BLOCK. 

STORES ON CLAY STREET. 
No. 170 Pioneer Club House, Ned Hayes & Tom Harris. 
No. 172 McElwee & Wightman, Upholsterers and Paper Hangers 
No. 174 Everett's, Pioneer Hat Emporium. 
No. 176 Purdy & Dimon, Clothing. 
No. 176)^. Fisk & Loring, Saloon. 
No. 178 Brown & Keyes, Gent's. Furnishing Goods. 

SECOND FLOOR 

Ragsdale & Co., Billiard Saloon. 

Brooks, Martin & McCracken's Law Office. 

THIRD FLOOR. 
No. 1 Chas. P. Duane, Chief Engineer Fire Dewartment. 
No. 2 Anisa & Sons, Merchants. 
No. 3 T. J. Neyins, Agent Sunday School Union. 
No. 4 M. W. Smith & G. R. Minor, General Traders. 

Hugh O'Neal, Attorney at Law. 

O. H. Thomas, Attorney at Law. 
No. 6 Vacant. 
No. 7 Judge Murray. 
No. 8 Vacant. 
No. 9 A. C. Morse. 
No. 10 Vacant. 
No; 11 J. G. Harvey. 
No. 12 Vacant. 
No. 13 Vacant. 

S. B. McKee, Attorney at Law. 
A. J. Davis, Attorney at Law. 



No. 5 



No. 14 



APPENDIX. — DIRECTORY TO BUILDINGS. 



Post Office Building. 

(Late California Exchange.) 
NORTH-EAST CORNER OF CLAY AND KEARNY STREETS. 



Building erected in 1850. 
Cost, including land, §198,000. 
Cost of building, §98.000. 
Owned by Palmer, Cook & Co., Bankers. 



Dimensions : 
Front on Kearny street, 87 feet. 
Extent on Clav street, 90 feet. 



195 



This building has withstood the test of four fires, which consumed every house near it. 



DIRECTORY TO POST OFFICE BUILDING. 

LOWER FLOOR. 

M. Ullmax, Newspaper and Periodical 

Depot. 
Geo. H. Leland & Co., Xewspaper and 
Periodical Depot. 
Second Floor, (Entrance on Kearny Street.) 



Post .Office. 

Deike & Winter, Refreshments. 

AT. Ullman, Segars. 



W. S. Jewett, Artist. 

Rooms* of Young Men's Christian Asso 

ciation. 
R. Parburt. 
J. J. Cushing, M. D. 
Haight, Wells & Gary's Law Office. 

Basement on Clay Street 



No. 4 Vacant. 

No. 5 Ryan & Gunnison's Law Office. 
" " Lawrence T. Poland, Compiler 
of City Titles. 
Mercantile Library Rooms. 



Private entrance to Post Office. 
No. 186 P. Lester, Boots and Shoes. 
No. 188 Schmidt & Hadeler, Fruit 
Store. 



No. 190 Bonvalot & Roux, Saddles 

Bridles, &c. 
Nos. 192 and 194 Oakley's Saloon. 



Farrott's Iron Building, 

NORTH SIDE CALIFORNIA STREET, BETWEEN MONTGOMERY AND KEARNY. 



Building erected in November, 1852. 
Cost, including land, - - $40,000. 
" exclusive of land, - - 30,000. 
Owned by John Parrott. 



Dimensions : 
Width on California street - 25 feet. 
Depth, - - - - 107 " 
Height four stories. 



DIRECTORY TO PARROTT'S IRON BUILDING. 

LOWER FLOOR. 

Court Room U. S. Board Land Commissioners. 

SECOND FLOOR, (entrance at No. 148 California street.) 
Law Library, (private.) 

T. Campbell, United States Land Commissioner. 
R. A. Thompson, United States Land Commissioner. 

THIRD FLOOR. 
A. Felch, United States Land Commissioner. 
Robert Greenhow, Associate Law Agent. 

FOURTH FLOOR. 

No. 1 George Fisher, Secretary to Board U. S. Land Commissioners. 

No. 2 Clerks to Board U. S. Land Commissioners. 

No. 3 Archives. 

Nos. 4 and 5 Clerks to Board U. S. Land Commissioners. 

No. 6 George Fisher. 



196 



APPENDIX; — DIRECTORY TO BUILDINGS. 



Parson's Buildings, 

NORTH SIDE CLAY STREET, BETWEEN MONTGOMERY AND SANSOME. 



Height three stories and basement. 
Owned by John Kelly. 



Dimensions : 
Fronting on Clay street 45 feet 10 inches. 
Depth - - - - - 55 feet. 



DIRECTORY TO PARSON'S BUILDINGS. 

STORES ON CLAY STREET. 



No. 138 Howe & Co., Butter and 1 
Provisions. 

SECOND FLOOR. 
No. 1 Vacant. 
No. 2 Vacant. 
Nos. 3 and 4 Parsons, Cook & 

Olds, Law office. 
No. 5 and 6 Vacant. 

THIRD FLOOR. 
No. 9 Hiram C. Clark, Attorney ! 
at Law. 

") Matthew H. Fitrman, | 
^- i n I Attorney at Law. 

is o. w j> Thos Wri0UT; Attorney 

J at Law. 

Nos. 11 and 12 R. H. Sinton. 
Nos. 13 and 14 B. W. Mudge and 
B. Phelps. 

BASEMENT. 
No. 138 Vacant. 



No. 140 L. Krambach, Crockery 
and Glassware. 

Nos. 7 and 8 Hart & Stevenson's 

Law Office. 
Nos. 7 and 8 J. D. Stevenson, Agent 

for claims against the U. States 

Government. 

Nos. 15 and 16 Ghas. McC. De- 

laney, Attorney at Law. 
Nos. 15 and 16 Hugh Toler Boo- 

ream, Attorney at Law. 
Nos. 15 and 16 Chas. J. Hughes, 

Attorney at Law, Conveyancer, 

and Notary Public. 



No. 140 L. Krambach. 



Riddle's Building, 



SOUTH SIDE OF CLAY STREET, BETWEEN SANSOME AND LEIDSDORFF. 



Building commenced September, 1853. 
Completed November, 1853. 
Owned by J. L. Riddle & Co. 



Dimensions : 
Fronting on Clay street, - 90 feet. 
Depth, - - - - - 50 " 
Height three stories and basement. 



DIRECTORY TO RIDDLE'S BUILDING. 

STORES ON CLAY STREET. 
Nos. 129 and -131 Vacant, 

No. 133 F. A. Babcock & Co., Drugs and Medicines. 
Nos. 135 and 137 Frank Baker, Importer and Dealer in Carpets, 

Upholstery Goods and Paper Hangings. 
SECOND FLOOR. 

I No. 133 Vacant 

Nos. 135 and 137 Frank Baker. 

THIRD FLOOR. 

No. 1 Vacant. 
No. 2 Vacant. 
> Nos. 3 and 4 Editorial Rooms. 
Nos. 5, 6, 7. 8 and 9 "California Chronicle" 

Printing Establishment. 
BASEMENT. 
No. 129 Press Room -'California Chronicle.'' 
No. 131 Hendley & Daniels, Eggs and Butter. 
No. 133 Vacant, 
Nos. 135 and 137 Frank Baker. 



No. 129 Vacant. 
No. 131 Vacant. 



Nos. 129. 131 and 133 



APPENDIX. — DIRECTORY TO BUILDINGS 




Sansome Block. 



SOUTH-EAST CORNER OF SANSOME AND WASHINGTON STREETS. 



Building commenced September'] st, 1853. 

Completed December, 1853. 

Cost, exclusive of land, 855,000. 

Proprietors, Story, Redington A Co., and 

Benjamin Collins. 



Dimensions : 
Fronting on Sansome street 83 feet 3 inches. 
Depth. - - - 90 " 

Height two stories and basement. 



DIRECTORY TO SANSOME BLOCK. 

STORES ON SANSOME STREET. 
Xo. 128 Story, Redixgtox A' Co., Importers of Drugs and Medicines. 
Xo. 130. J. O. Johnson A Co.. Saddlery and Harness. 
Xo. 132 Lord A Webb, Paper and Stationery Warehouse. 

SECOND FLOOR. 
No 128 Story, Redinotox A Co. 
No. 130 'I'lir Sun Printing Establishment. 
Xo. 132 Lord & Webb. 

BASEMENT. 
Story, Redingtox & Co. P. B. Clarke. 



Dr. Rabe's Buildings, 

ON CLAY STREET, SOUTH SIDE, NEAR MONTGOMERY, 



Building erected in 1852. 

Cost, including land, 824,000. 

Owned by Dr. Win. Rabe. 



Dimensions : 

Width, 30 feet. 

Depth, .... 50 " 
Height, two stories and basement. 



This is is the third house erected on this lot by the present owner. The others were 
destroyed in the great fires of '50 and and 51 ; one of them a building of three stories, 
occupied only 5 months, and cost $21,000. 

DIRECTORY TO DR. RABE'S BUILDING. 

STORES ON CLAY STREET.. 
Xo. 163 S. Simon, Dry Goods, wholesale and retail. 
" " Louis Fasskixg, Ladies' and Gents' Shoe Store. 
SECOND FLOOR. 
Dr. Wm. Rabe, Commissioner for all the States. 
Andrew Williams, Attorney at Law. 
Hexry Gibboxs, M. D. 
Star & Johxsox's Daguerrean Rooms. 



198 



APPENDIX. — DIRECTORY TO BUILDINGS 



Sherman's Building. 



EAST SIDE OF MONTGOMERY STREET, BETWEEN CLAY AND MERCHANT. 



Building commenced September 16, 1853. 

Completed January 16, 1854. 

Cost of building $40,000. 

Owned by R. M. & W. Sherman. 



Dimensions : 
Width, - - - 27 feet 6 inches. 
Depth, - - - 60 " 
Height, - - 65 " 

Four stories and basement. 



DIRECTORY TO SHERMAN'S BUILDING. 

LOWER FLOOR. 

Scoofft & Kelsey, Real Estate and Stock Auctioneers. 

Ed. Byrne, Stock and Money Broker. 

"California Courier" office. 

Joseph W. Finley, Notary Public. 

O. Liyermore, Real Estate Broker. 

P. A. Brinsjiade, Agency for Claims against the U. S. Government. 

SECOND FLOOR. 
Gronfier Jne. <fe Co., Agents for Yve. Lyon, Alemand & Fils, Paris. 
Third Floor Vacant. 
FOURTH FLOOR. 
"Commercial Advertiser" Printing Establishment. 

BASEMENT. 
A. H. & A. Myers, Vines, Shrubbery and Fruit Trees. 



Trainer's Row, 



SOUTH-EAST CORNER OF KEARNY AND SUTTER STREETS. 



Building commenced April, 1853. 

Completed November, 1853. 

Cost, exclusive of land, 845,000. 

Owned by J. W. Trainer. 



Dimensions : 
Width on Kearny street, - 123 feet. 

Depth on Sutter street, - 57 " 
Height, ---- 45 " 



DIRECTORY TO TRAINER'S ROW. 

STORES ON KEARNY STREET. 
No. 1 Dodge & Co., Druggists and Chemists. 
No. 2 Edward Oullahan & Perry, Commission Merchants, 

and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Groceries. 
No. 3 A. Reggio, Hardware and Cutlery. 
No. 4 Vacant. f 

No. 5 Private Boarding. 
No. 6 Castree &. Byrne, Groceries, Liquors and Provisions. 

SECOND FLOOR, (Entrance at No. 2 Kearny Street.) 
Gulliver & French. 

Entrance at No. 6. 
Castree & Byrne. 

Entrance on Sutter Street, 3d door from Kearny. 
Madame Beant, Boarding House. 

BASEMENT. 
No. 1 Vacant. 
No. 2 Vacant. , 

No. 3 F. C. Ayres, 

House and Sign Painter. 



No. 4 Vacant. 
No. 5 Vacant. 
No. 6 Castree & Byrne. 



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199 



Weils' Building. 



SOUTH-WEST COENEE OF CLAY AND MOXTG03IEEY STEEETS. 



Building erected May, 1850. 
Owned by R. H. Davis and T. W. Park. 



Dimensions : 
Width on Montgomery street, - 40 feet. 
Depth on Clay street, - - 60 " 
Height four stories and basement. 



DIRECTORY TO WELLS" BUILDING. 

LOWEE FLOOE, (on Clay Street.) 
No. 161 Chas. Woolley, Books and Stationery. 
No. 159 California State Telegraph Office. 

Robixsox & Co's. Saving Bank, corner of Clay and Montgomery streets. 
No. 139 G. C. & S. S. Shreve, Importers of Watches and Jewelry. 

SECOND FLOOE, (entrance at No. 159 Clay street.) 
Nos. 6 and 7 Browx, Pratt <fc Tract's Law Office. 

Campbell, Taylor ic Beckh's Law Offiee. 
J. Clarke, Attorney at Law. 

E. G. Austin, Attorney at Law and Notary Public. 
James Sandford, Counsellor at Law. 
Eopert Rankix. Attorney at Law. 
THLED FLOOE. 

No 15 I Edw. Norton, Att'y at Law. 

( A. C. Whitcomb, Att'y at Law. 
Nos. 16 and 17 Jas. Wilson's Office. 



Nos. 8 and 9 



Nos. 10 and 11 



No. 12 Vacant. 
No. 13 Vacant. 

No. 1-4 Dan'l T. Jewett, Attorney 
at Law. 

FOURTH FLOOE 



No. 18 Mr." Mitchell. 

No. 19 Vacant. 

No. 20 Chas. J. McIlvaine, 

Counsellor at Law. 



No. 21 Mr. Leech. 

No. 22 Vacant. 

No. 23 Vacant. 

No. 24 Barrett & Sherwood. 



Winters' Row, 



SOUTH-EAST COEXEE OF PIXE AND BATTEEY STEEETS. 



Cost, exclusive of land, SI 6, 000. 

Owned by A. Gibson, and Mr. Burns, of 

Oregon. 



Dimensions : 
Width on Battery street, 94 feet 6 inches. 
Depth on Pine street. 62 " 6 " 
Height three stories. 



DIRECTORY TO WINTERS' ROW. 

STOEES ON BATTEEY STREET. 



Nos. 24 and 26 Gibson- <fe King, 

Grocers. 
No. 28 Vacant. 

SECOND FLOOE. 
Nos. 24 and 26 A. Gibsox. No. 30 Vacant. 

No. 28 Vacant 

On Pine Street. 
Marstox & Thompson, House and Ship Joiners. 

THLED FLOOE. 
Nos. 24 and 26 A. Gibsox. No. 30 Vacant. 

No. 28 Vacant. 



No. 30 S. O. Brighax & Co., 

Machine Sewing and Bag Factory. 



200 APPENDIX. — HALLS, BUILDINGS, OFFICES, ETC 



HALLS, BUILDINGS, OFFICES, &C. 



Halls. 

ARMORY HALL, N. E. corner Sacramen- 
to and Montgomery streets. 

CITY HALL, Kearny st., opposite Plaza. 

HORTICULTURAL HALL, (Warren & 
Son,) Meiggs' buildings, S. E. corner 
Montgomery and Bush streets. 

MASONIC HALL, 110 and 112 Montgo- 
mery street. 

MUSICAL HALL, S. E. corner of Mont- 
gomery and Bush streets. 

SAN FRANCISCO HALL, N. side Wash- 
ington st., bet. Kearny and Montgomery. 

Buildings, Blocks and Rows. 

ARGENTI'S BUILDING, W. side Mont- 
gomery street, near Commercial. 

BAKER'S BUILDING, 147, 149 and 151, 
Clay street. 

BATTELLE'S BUILDING, 136 Montgo- 
mery street. 

BAY STATE ROW, E. side Battery street, 
between Bush and Pine. 

BOLTON & BARRON'S BDILDING, N. 
W. cor. Merchant and Montgomery sts. 

COMMERCIAL ROW, Clay street wharf, 
corner Drum street. 

CORINTHIAN BUILDING, N. side Clay 
street, adjoining Niantic Hotel. 

COURT BLOCK, N. side Clay street, be- 
tween Montgomery and Kearny. 

CUSTOM HOUSE BLOCK, S. E. corner 
Sansome and Sacramento streets. 

EMPIRE BLOCK, S. side California street, 
betweeu Sansome and Battery. 

EXPRESS BUILDING, N. E. corner Cali- 
fornia and Montgomery streets. 

FOLSOM'S IRON BUILDING, N. W. 
corner Commercial and Leidsdorff streets. 

HOWARD'S BUILDING, 137 Montgo- 
mery street. 

KITTREDGE'S BUILDING, Front street, 
near Washington. 

MAYNARD'S ROW, S. E. corner Pine and 
Battery streets. 

MCALLISTER'S BUILDING. N. side Clay 
st., between Sansome and Montgomery. 

MEIGGS' BUILDINGS, S.E. corner Bush 
and Montgomery streets. . 

MERCHANT STREET BLOCK, S. side 
Merchant street, between Kearny and 
Montgomery. 

METROPOLITAN BLOCK, N. W. corner 
Washington and Montgomery strrets. 



MONTGOMERY BLOCK, Montgomery 
street, from Washington to Merchant. 

NAGLEE'S BUILDING, S. W. corner 
Montgomery and Merchant streets. 

ORLEANS ROW, N. W. corner California 
and Davis streets. 

PARROTT'S IRON BUILDING, (U. S. 
Land Commissioners,) 148 California st. 

PARROTT'S GRANITE BLOCK, N. W. 
corner California and Montgomery sts. 

PARSON'S BUILDING, Clay street, be- 
tween Sansome and Montgomery. 

PHCENIX BLOCK, N. side Clay street, 
between Kearny and Montgomery. 

POST OFFICE BUILDING, (late Cali- 
fornia Exchange,) N. E. corner Clay and 
Kearny streets. 

RABE'S BUILDING, S. side Clay street, 

RIDDLE'S BUILDING, S. side Clay st, 
betweeu Sansome and Montgomery. 

SANSOME BLOCK, E. side Sansome st.,' 
between Merchant and Washington. 

SHERMAN'S BUILDING, 146 Montgom- 
ery street. 

TRAINER'S ROW, S. E. corner Kearny 
and Sutter streets. 

WELLS' BUILDING, S. W. corner Clay 
and Montgomery streets. 

WINTER'S ROW, S. E. corner Pine and 
Battery streets. 

Public Buildings and Institutions. 

ASYLUM (ORPHAN), near Mission Do- 
lores, on Sans Souci road. 

CHURCHES. (See Appendix.) 

CUSTOM HOUSE, S. E. corner Sansome 
and Sacramento streets, entrance on Sac- 
ramento. 

ENGINE HOUSES. (See Fire Depart- 
ment, Appendix.) 

JAIL (COUNTY), N. side Broadway, be- 
tween Kearny and Dupont. 

MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE, 123 Sacra- 
mento street. 

SCHOOL HOUSES. (See School Depart- 
ment, Appendix.) 

STATE MARINE HOSPITAL, (late Clar- 
endon Hotel,) 324 and 326 Stockton st. 

STATION HOUSE, City Hall, basement. 

U. S. APPRAISER'S STORES, S. W. 
corner Battery and Washington streets. 

U. STATES ARMY, PACIFIC DIY1- 
SION, Head Quarters, Parrott's Granite 
Building. 

U. S. MARINE HOSPITAL, Rincon Pt. 



APPENDIX. — HALLS, BUILDINGS, OFFICES, ETC. 201 



U. S. BRANCH MINT FOR CALI- 
FORNIA, X. side Commercial street, 
near Montgomery. 

Offices. 

ADJUTANT AND QUARTER MAS- 
TER GENERAL'S OFFICE. (See 
U. S. Army, Appendix.) 

BOARD OF CALIFORNIA LAND 
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, Ma- 
sonic Hall. 

BOARD OF U. S. LAND COMMISSION- 
ERS' OFFICE, 148 California street. 

CHIEF ENGINEER OF FIRE DE- 
PARTMENT'S OFFICE, City Hall. 

GITY ASSESSORS OFFICE. City Hall. 

CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE, 163 Mont- 
gomery street, second floor. 

CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, City Hall. 

CITY ENGINEER FOR ESTABLISH- 
ING CITY GRADE'S OFFICE, 3 
Union Hotel, basement. 

CITY MARSHAL'S OFFICE, City Hall. 

CITY PHYSICIAN'S OFFICE, City 
Hall. 

CITY RECORDER'S OFFICE, City Hall. 

CITY SURVEYORS OFFICE. City 
Hall. 

CITY TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, 
City Hall. 

CITY TREASURER'S OFFICE, City 
Hall. 

COMMISSIONER FOR EMIGRANT'S 
OFFICE, (late) Post Office Building, 
Clay street, opposite Plaza. 

COMMISSIONERS OF FUNDED DEBT. 
(See Appendix.) 

COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE. City Hall. 

COUNTY AND STATE TAX COL- 
LECTOR'S OFFICE, City Hall. 

CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT'S OF- 
FICE, City Hail. 

CORONER'S OFFICE, 171 Sacramento st. 

COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE. City Hall. 

COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE, City 
Hall. 

COUNTY ASSESSOR'S OFFICE, City 
Hall. 

COUNTY SURVEYOR'S OFFICE, City 
Hall. 

DISTRICT CLERK'S OFFICE, U. S. 
Court Rooms, 97 Merchant street. 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE, City 
Hall. 

EXPRESS OFFICES. (See Expresses, Ap- 
pendix.) 

FIRE WARDENS. {See Fire Department, 
Appendix.) 

FOREIGN CONSULS. (See Consuls, Ap- 
pendix.) 

HARBOR MASTER'S OFFICE, S. W. 
corner Jackson and Drum streets. 

MAYOR'S OFFICE, City Hall. 



NAVY AGENT'S OFFICE, N : W. cor" 
ner Washington and Kearny streets. 

NAA'AL STORE KEEPER'S OFFICE, 
Saucelito. 

NAVAL PURSER'S OFFICE, Argenti's 
Building, third floor. 

PACIFIC AND ATLANTIC RAIL- 
ROAD COMPANY'S OFFICE, (of 
Secretary.) Merchant Street Block. 

PILOT COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE, Da- 
vis street, near Jackson. 

PORT WARDEN'S OFFICE, corner Clay 
and Drum streets. 

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE, 
Argenti's Building. 

POST OFFICE, N. E. corner Clay and 
Kearnv streets. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC 
SCHOOLS' OFFICE, City Hall. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF U. STATES 
BRANCH MINT'S OFFICE, Armo- 
ry Hall. 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEAS- 
URES' OFFICE, S. W. corner Com- 
mercial and Front streets. 

STATE FLOUR INSPECTOR'S OF- 
FICE. Clay street wharf, below Davis. 

SHERIFF'S OFFICE. City Hall. 

STREET COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE, 
City Hall, basement. 

STAGE OFFICE, Kearny street, between 
Clav and Merchant. 

TREASURER U. S. BRANCH MINT'S 
OFFICE, Custom House. 

U. S. MARSHALS OFFICE, U. S. Court 
Rooms, 97 Merchant street.- 

U. S. SUPERINTENDENT OF INDIAN 
AFFAIRS' OFFICE, 129 Montgome- 
ry street, second floor. 

U. S. BARGE OFFICE, Francisco street, 
North Beach. 

U. S. DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OF- 
FICE, U. S. Court Rooms, 97 Merchant 
street 

U. S. FLOATING DRY DOCK COM- 
PANY'S OFFICE, 49 Pacific wharf, 
near Front street. 

U. S. STORE KEEPER'S OFFICE, Cus- 
tom House. 

U. S. SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OF- 
FICE, N. W. corner Kearny and Wash- 
ington streets. 

Associations and Societies. 

AMER. SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION, 
office of agent, Phoenix Block, 3d floor. 

A. F. & A. MASONS'. (See Appendix.) 

FIRST HEBREW BENEVOLENT SO- 
CIETY. (See Appendix.) 

FRENCH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 
(See- Appendix.) __ 

GERMAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 
(See Appendix.) 



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202 APPENDIX. — HALLS, BUILDINGS, OFFICES, ETC 



I. 0. OF 0. F., Hall 184 Montgomery st. 

MERCANTILE LIBRARY ASSOCIA- 
TION, rooms Post-office building. 

MEDICAL SOCIETY OP SAN FRAN- 
CISCO. (See Appendix.) 

PACIFIC TRACT SOCIETY, 109 Clay 
street, 2d floor. 

SAN FRANCISCO BIBLE SOCIETY, 
Depository 376 Stockton. 

SAN FRANCISCO LADIES' PROTEC- 
TION AND RELIEF SOCIETY, 
Agent's office S. side Sacramento, be- 
tween Montgomery and Kearny. 

SAN FRANCISCO CRICKET CLUB. 
(See Appendix ) 

SONS OF TEMPERANCE. (See Ap- 
pendix.) 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIO- 
NEERS, rooms 7 and 8 Express Build- 
ings, 4th floor. 

YOU NO MENS CHRISTIAN ASSO- 
CIATION, rooms Post-office building. 

Courts. 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, 

89 to 95 Merchant street. 

SUPREME COURT, City Hall. 

DISTRICT COURT— Fourth Districtr- 
City Hall. 

SUPERIOR COURT, City Hall. 

COUNTY COURT, City Hall. 

COURT OF SESSIONS, City Hall. 

PROBATE COURT, City Hall. 

JUSTICES' COURTS. (See Courts, Ap- 
pendix.) 

RECORDER'S COURT, City Hall. 

Companies. 

BANKS. (See Appendix.) 

BANKS— SAVINGS. (See Appendix.) 

GAS LIGHT COMPANY'S OFFICE, 
Meig2;s' building. 

GILA MINING COMPANY'S OFFICE, 
Montgomery Block, 2d floor. 

INDEPENDENT OPPOSITION LINE 
OF STEAMERS, G. B. Post & Co., 
Agents, Cunningham's wharf. 

MISSION STREET AND FOLSOM ST. 
PLANK ROADS, office 174 Mont- 
gomery street. 

MOUNTAIN LAKE WATER COMPA- 
NY'S OFFICE, 174 Montgomery st. 

NICARAGUA STEAMSHIP COMPA- 
NY'S OFFICE, N. E corner of Sac- 
ramento and Leidsdorff streets. 

PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM- 
PANY'S OFFICE, N. W. corner of 
Sacramento and Leidsdorff streets. 

PUGETS SOUND COAL MINING AS- 
SOCIATION, office 132 Clay., 

SAN FRANCISCO DRY DOCK, office 
Jackson street, 3 doors below Davis. 



SAN FRANCISCO AND MISSION 
DOLORES PLANK ROAD COM- 
PANY, office 174 Montgomery street, 
2d floor. 

SAN FRANCISCO MANUFACTUR- 
ING COMPANY, office 174 Mont- 
gomery street, 2d floor. 

STATE TELEGRAPH COMPANY, office 
Clay street, near Montgomery, (Wells' 
building.) 

Libraries. 

MERCANTILE LIBRARY ASSOCIA- 
TION, rooms Post-office building. 

LAW LIBRARY, City Hall. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSO- 
CIATION LIBRARY, rooms Post- 
office building. 

Places of Amusement. 

AMERICAN THEATRE, corner Halleck 

and Sansome streets. 
METROPOLITAN THEATRE, west side 

Montgomery street, between Washington 

and Jackson. 

Steamship and Steamboat 
Landings. 

PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIPS, Broad- 
way wharf. 

NICARAGUA STEAMSHIPS, Jackson 
street wharf. 

INDEPENDENT OPPOSITION LINE 
STEAMSHIPS, Broadway wharf. 

CONTRA COSTA FERRY, Central and 
Jackson street wharves. 

MARYSVILLE STEAMERS. Pacific whf. 

SACRAMENTO STEAMERS, Pacific 
wharf. 

STOCKTON STEAMERS, Jackson street 
wharf. 

SAX JOSE STEAMERS, Central wharf. 

Pilots. 

OLD LINE, office Cunningham's wharf. 
OPPOSITION LINE, office corner Jackson 

and East streets, 2d floor, (entrance on 

Jackson street.) 
MERCHANTS' LINE, office Yallejo street 

wharf. 

Miscellaneous. 

LOCATION OF WHARVES. (See 

Wharves, Appendix.) 
LOCK DISPENSARY, 220 Clay street. 
NEWSPAPERS. (See Appendix.) 
PRIVATE HOSPITALS. [See Hospitals, 

Appendix.) 
MARKETS. (See Markets. Appendix.) 
YERBA BUENA CEMETERY, junction 

of Market and McAllister streets. 



APPENDIX. — PRESIDENT S C X G E E S S U. S. COURTS. 203 



PRESIDENTS AND VICE- PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES, 

From the adoption of the Constitution to the present time. 



No. 



PRESIDENTS. 



George Washington 
George Washington 

John Adams 

Thomas Jefferson . . 
Thomas Je fferson . . 
James .Madison.. . . 
James Madison. . .. 
James Monroe.... 
James Monroe. . . . 
John Q. Adams. . . 
Andrew Jackson.. 
Andrew Jackson. . 
Martin Van Bureu. 
Wm. H. Harrison*. 

John Tyler 

James K. Polk. . . . 
Zachary Taylor*. . . 
Millard" Fillmore.. 
Franklin Pierce... 



Residence. 



Virginia - 



Mass. . . . 
Virginia • 



1732 



1735 
1743 



Virginia - 



Virginia 



Tennessee 



175] 



L758 



if > - 



58 



58 



767 5? 

" 3 - 



X. Yorkl7-_ 
Ohio. ...177 
Virginia- Kit" 51 
Tennessee 1 7 :i." 49 
Louisiana 17- i 65 
X. YorM1800 50 
X. Ham]) . . . J. .. 



'-- VICE PRESIDENTS 



8 Dee. 14, 17'j'.» 88 John Adams 1789 

. . | John Adams 1793 

Thomas Jefferson 1797 



4 Julv4, 
ilyi, 






::ie28, 
8 J uly 4. 



1836! 85 
1831 72 



sb. 23, 
8 Jo 



- - • 
L-4.-> 78 



. . M. Van Buren. 

." K.M.Johnson. 

April 4. 1841 68 John Tyler.... 



4 

4 June ] 5, 

1 July 9, 

3 



L850 66 



Aaron Burr. .... 1801 
George Clinton. . 1805 
• Clintonf. 1809 
Eldridge Gerrrr. 1803 
Dan. D.Tompkins 1817 
Dan D.Tompkins|1821 
John C. Calhoun 1 825 
IJohn C. Calhoun 1 829 
1833 
1837 
1841 
1841 

George M. Dalla> 1845 
Millard Fi lmore. 1849 

1850 

Wm. P. Kinsrr. 11853 



Died in office, and succeeded by thu Vicc-lr 



t Died in office. 



GOVERXMEXT OF THE UNITED STATES.— The Seventeenth Presidential term 
of four years began on the 4th of March, 1853, and will expire on the 3d of March, 1857. 

FRAXKLIX PIERCE New Hampshire President Salary 825,000 

Vice President " 5,000 

WILLIAM L. MAR/Y X .-.York Sccretarv of State. . ;... " 6,000 

JAMES GUTHRIE Kentucky Secretary of the Treasury. " 6,000 

JEFFERSOX DAVIS Mississippi Secretary of War " 6,000 

JAMES C. DOBB1X North Carolina. .Secretary of the Navy. . .. " 6,000 

RORERT MCLELLAXD . . . Michigan Secretary of the Interior. " 6.000 

JAMES CAMPBELL Pennsylvania .... Postmaster-General " 6,000 

CALEB CUSHIXG Massachusetts .... Attorney-General " 4,000 



COXGRESS. — The Senate is composed of two members elected by the legislature of 
each State for the term of six years. Of course the number of Senators is now sixty-two. 
The Vice-President of the United States is President of the Senate. In hisabsense, a Pres- 
ident pro tempore is chosen by the Senate. 

THE HOUSE OF REPRESEXTATIVES is composed of Representatives from each 
State, in the ratio of one to every 93,420 of the population. The present number of 
members is two hundred and thirty-four ; and there are four delegates, one each from 
Oregon, Minnesota, Utah and New Mexico, who have a right to speak, but not to vote. — 
The compensation of the members $8, and that of the Speaker SIC per day during the ses- 
sion, and S8 for every twenty miles' travel in going and returning. 

SUPREME COURT.— Chief Justice, Roger B. Taney, of Maryland, salary S5000.— 
Associate Justices. John McLean, Ohio; James M. Wayne, Georgia; Vacancy; John Ca- 
tron, Tennessee; Peter V. Daniel, Virginia: Samuel Xelson, X"ew York; Robert C. Grier, 
Pennsylvania; Benjamin R. Curtis, Massachusetts, salary 84,500. This Court is held in 
Washington, and has but one session annually, commencing on the first Monday in 
December. 

CIRCUIT COURTS.— The United States are divided into xixe judicial circuits, in 
each of which a Circuit Court is held at least twice a year for each State within the circuit, 
by a Justice of the Supreme Court, and the district Judge of the State or District in -which 
the Court sits. 

DISTRICT COURTS.— The United States are also divided into forty-six districts, in 
which District Courts are held by thirty-six District Judges. 



204 



APPENDIX. — STATE OFFICEES. 



STATE OFFIC ERS. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT — BENICIA. 



Governor JOHN BIGLER. 

Lieutenant Governor SAMUEL PURDY. 

Justice of the Supreme Court ALEXANDER WELLS. 

Comptroller SAMUEL BELL. 

Surveyor General S. H. MARLETTE. 

Secretary of State J. W. DENVER. 

Attorney General J. R. McCONNELL. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction PAUL K. HUBBS. 

Treasurer SELDEN A. McMEANS. 



LIST OF MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY, 



SENATORS 



FIRST SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 

Composed of the Counties of San Diego, San 
Bernardino and Los Angeles. 
J. P. McFarland. 
D. B. Kurtz. 
SECOND SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 
Composed of the Counties of Santa Barbara 
and San Luis Obispo. 

Pablo de la Guerra. 
THIRD SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 
Composed of the Counties of Monterey and 
Santa Cruz 

B. C. Writing. 
FOURTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 
Composed of the Counties of Santa Clara 
and Alameda. 

J. Grewell. 
FIFTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 
Composed of the County of San Francisco. 
J. S. Hager, 
W. M. Lent, 
E. J. Moore, 
David Maiioney. 
SIXTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 
Composed of the Counties of Mariposa and 
Tulare. 

J. A. Wade. 
SEVENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 
Composed of the County of Tuolumne. 
J. W. Coffroth, 
T. G. Kendall. 
EIGHTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 
Composed of the Counties of San Joaquin 
and Contra Costa. 

H. A. Crabb. 
NINTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 
Composed of the County of Sacramento. 
A. P. Catlin, 
Gilbert W. Colby. 
TENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 
Composed of the Counties of Solano, Nappa 
and Yolo. 

'Edward MoGearry. 



ELEVENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 
Composed of the Counties of Sonoma, Marin 
and Mendocino. 

J. M. Hudspeth. 
TWELFTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 
Composed of the Counties of Trinity, Kla- 
math, Humboldt and Siskiyou. 
William B. May. 
THIRTEENTH SENATORIAL DIST. 
Composed of the Counties of Colusi and 
Shasta. 

R. T. Sprague. 
FOURTEENTH SENATORIAL DIST. 
Composed of the County of Butte. 
Elisha F. Peck. 
FIFTEENTH SENATORIAL DIST. 
Composed of the Counties of Yuba and 
Sutter. 

Samuel B. Smith, 
James G. Stebbins, 
Charles Bryan. 
SIXTEENTH SENATORIAL DIST. 
Composed of the County of Nevada. 
W. H. Lyons, 
John T. Crenshaw. 
SEVENTEENTH SENATORIAL DIST. 
Composed of the County of Placer. 
Joseph Walkup, 
C. A. Tuttle. 
EIGHTEENTH SENATORIAL DIST. 
Composed of the County of El Dorado. 

B. F. Keene, 
G. W. Hook, 
G. D. Hall, 

H. S. Livermore. 
NINETEENTH SENATORIAL DIST. 
Composed of the County of Calaveras. 

C. A. Leake, 
E. D. Sawyer. 

TWENTIETH SENATORIAL DIST. 
Composed of the County of Sierra. 
James H. Gardner. 



APPENDIX. — LEGISLATURE. — COUNTY OFFICERS. 205 



COO'TIES. 

Alameda .. . 
Butte 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Calaveras . 



NAMES 01 MEMBERS. 

Joseph S. Watkuts. 
Richard Irwin, 
Seneca Ewer, 
Johx B. McGee. 
M. W, Gordon, 
McDaxiel, 



Martix Rowan, 
W. 0. Pratt. 

A. J. HoUGHTALING. 

Colusi 6. W. Bowie. 

Contra Costa ... B. F. Warmcastle. 
El Dorado Johx Cosiness, 

S. A. B ALLOC, 

H. Hollister, 
X. Briggs, ' 
E. C. Sprixger, 
G. McDoxald, 

D. P. Talmadge, 

E. A. Stevenson. 

Humboldt M. Spencer. 

Klamath .♦ S. G. Whiphle. 

Los Angeles. . . . Chas. E. Carr, 

Edward Hunter. 

Marin D. Clingax. 

Mariposa P. T. Herbert, 

Johx C. Henry. 

Monterey D. R. Ashley. 

Napa George N. Corxwell. 

Nevada H. P. Sweetlaxd, 

J. H. Bostwick, 
J. X. Dawley, 
William Lixdsey, 
Edward F. Bcrtox. 

Placer B. F. Myers, 

B. S. Fairfield, 
G. H. Van Cleft, 
James O'Xeil. 

Sacramento Johx McBrayer, 

F. A. Parks, 

F. R. Dayidsox, 
J. W. Park. 



COUNTIES. *AMES OF MEMBERS. 

San Bernardino. Jeffersox Hunt. 

San Diego G. L. Xoell. 

San Fraiicisco . . J. C. Hubbard, 

E. B. PURDY, 

J. W. Koll, 
A. A- Green, 

W. J. SWEASEY, 

J. W. Bagley, 
X. Hubert, 
Elijah Xichols, 
James A. Gilbert. 

San Joaquin.. . . A. C. Bradford, 
John Stemmoxs. 

San Luis Obispo P. H. French. 

Santa Barbara.. Pedro C. Carrillo. 

Sa7ita Clara William S. Letcher, 

Freeman S. McKixney. 

Santa Cruz W. W. Stow. 

Shasta Johx A. Ring. 

Sierra Johx C. James, 

Francis Anderson. 

Siskiyon W. D. Ayi.ktt. 

Solano Bernard C. Whitman. 

Sonoma Lindsey Carson, 

J. Hooker. 

Sutter E. 0. F. Hastings. 

Trinity John MusSBB. 

Tulare Joseph A. Tivy. 

Tuolumne J.J. Hoff, 

J. T. Hoyt, 
J. W. Mandf.ville, 
H. B. Goddard, 
D. B. Horr. 

Yolo H. Griffith. 

Yuba C.S.Fairfax, 

J. C. Jones, 
C. W. Dannels, 
J. T. McDuffie, 
H. B. Kellogg. 



COUXTY OFFICERS, 



Sheriff Wm. R. Gouham, 18 City Hall. 

Under Sheriff. Peter Allaire. 
Dcp'y Sheriff. Jons Harrison. 

" " David Scannel. 

" " H. Lake. 
" L. Ryan. 

" " Ed. Corbett. 

" " Thos. Hegemax. 
County Clerk. Thomas Hayes, 16 City Hall. 
Deputies James Van Xess. 

" " R. C. Hopkins. 

" " John Grennell. 

" " 0. Caler. 
County Recorder and Auditor — 

James Grant, City Hall. 



Deputy John A. Clark. 

County Treas.G. W. Green, City Hall. 
Dist. Attorn y. Henry H. Byrne, City Hall. 
County Assessor — 

James W. Sttllmax, 29 City 
Hall. 
County Surveyor — 

James J. Gardner, 28 City 
Hall. 

Deputies W. J. Sperry. 

" " Clement Cox. 

, County Coroner— 

J. W. Whaling, Sacramento 
street, above Kearny. 



206 APPENDIX. — COUNTY 


AND CITY FFI CEES. 


County Sealer of Weights and Measures — 


Committee on Education : 


Cornelius Stagg, Office S. W. 


Atwill, 


corner Front and Com- 


Swales, 


mercial sts., second floor. 


West. 


Public Administrator — 


Committe on Judiciary : 


S. A. Sheppard, Argenti's 


Van Ness, 


Building, third floor. 


Meiggs, 


Board of Supervisors of the County of San 


Treat. 


Francisco — 


Committee on Licenses and Taxes : 


C. K. GARRISON, President. 


West, 


Henry Meiggs, First Ward. 


Treat, 


C. 0. West, Second Ward. 


Jessup. 


R. M. Jessup, Third Ward. 


Committee on Public Buildings : 


J. F. Atwill, Fourth Ward. 


Nightingale, 


J. D. Brower, Filth Ward. 


Meiggs, 


D. H. Haskell, Sixth Ward 


Brower. 


J. Nightingale, Sev'th Ward. 


Committee on Roads and Ferries : 


Jas. Van Ness, Eighth Ward 


Brower, 


John Treat, Ninth District. 


Swales, 


Thos. Swales, Tenth District 


Nightingale. 


Arceano Miramontez, 


.Committee on Rules : 


Eleventh District. 


Haskell, 


Standing Committees of the Board of County 


Miramontez, 


Supervisors — 


Van Ness. 


Committee on Auditing: 


— 


Meiggs, 


Note. — The Board of Supervisors is also the 


Jessup, 


Board of Equalization. 


West. 





Committee on Finance : 


COMMISSIONER* OF EMIGRANTS:— 


Jessup. 


Judge Edward McGowan, Old 


Atwill, 


Post Office Building, op- 


Haskell. 


posite Plaza. 


CORPORATION OF THE 


CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO 


FOR 


1854. 


Mayor C. K. GARRISON, 1 City 


Clerk Superior Court — 


Hall. 


* Henry Haskell, 8 City Hall. 


Recorder G. W. Baker, 5 City Hall. 


( Robert Kerrison, ) „., .-., 

Assessors . . \ Jas. H. Keller, } w 11 

/ Richard Parr, ) ilalh 


Comptroller . .S. R. Harris, 3 City Hall. 


Treasurer. . . .Hamilton Bowie, 12 City Hall. 


Tax Collector .W . A. Matthews, 2 City Hall. 


City Engineer for Establishing Grades — 


City Attorney. S. A. Sharp, 1G3 Montgomery 


Milo Hoadley. 3 basement 


street. 


Union Hotel. 


City Marshal. B. Seguine, 4 City Hall. 


Commissioners of the Funded Debt of the City 


Street Com'r .John Addis, A, basement City 


of San Francisco — 


Hall. 


P. A. Morse, 


Harb. Master. Robert Haley, corner Jack "on 


A.. J. Tallant, 


and Drum streets, aver 


Smyth Clark, 


Young America. 


William G. Hooper, 




Beverly C. Sanders. 



APPENDIX. — BOARD OP ALDERMEN. 



207 



OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN 

OF THE CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



Joseph F. Atwill, (of Fourth "Ward,) President. 



D. H. Haskell Sixth Ward. 

J. Nightingale Seventh Ward. 

James Tax Ness Eisrhth Ward. 



Hexry Meiggs First Ward 

C. 0. West Second Ward 

R. M. Jessup Third Ward. 

J. D. Brower Fifth Ward, 

JOHN CRANE Clerk. 

JACOB LERMEN Serjeant-at-Arms 



STANDING COMMITTEES 



Committee on Auditing: 

Jessup, 

Haskell, 

Meiggs. 
Committee on Finance: 

Haskell, 

West, 

Jessup. 
Committee on Fire and Water: 

Brower, 

Jessup, 

West. 
Committee on Health and Police: 

Nightingale, 

Haskell, 

\ ax Ness. 
Committee on Judiciary: 

Van Ness, 

Brower, 



Committee on Licenses and Taxes: 
Brower, 
Tax Ness, 
Nightingale. 
Committee on Ordinance: 

M EIGGS, 

WbsTj 

V \n Ness. 
Committee on Printing: 

Jessup, 

Nightingale, 

Haskell. 
Committee on Rules: 

Brower, 

West, 

Nightingale. 
Committee on Salaries: 

Van Ness, 

Brower, 

Nightingale. 



Meiggs 

Committee on Streets, Public Buildings, Ifc. 
Nightingale, Jessup, 

Meiggs, 



JOINT COMMITTEE 

From the Board of Aldermen. 
Haskell, 
West, 
Jessup, 



on accounts: 

From the Board of Assistants. 
Carter, 
West, 
Gardner. 



OFFICES AND RESIDENCES OF THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN. 

President — Atwill — (Fourth Ward) — Office and Residence, 172 Washington street, between 

Kearny and Montgomery streets. 
First Ward — Aldermen Meiggs — Office, corner Bush and Montgomery streets; Residence, 

N. E. corner Montgomery and Broadway. 
Second Ward — Alderman West — Front street, next door to S. W. corner of Washington 

street; Residence, John street, second door above Powell, between Pa- 
cific and Jackson streets. 
Third Ward — Alderman Jessup— Office and Residence, 79 Washington street, between San 

some and Front streets. 
Fifth Ward — Alderman Brower — Office and Residence, 58 Montgomery street, between Pine 

and Bush streets. 
Sixth Ward — Alderman Haskell— Office and Residence, Adams & Co's. Banking House, 

Montgomery street, next door to corner of California street. 
Seventh Ward — Alderman Nightingale — Office and Residence, Union Hotel, IS o. 12 First 

street, between Market and Mission streets. 



208 



A PPENDIX. 



ASSISTANT ALDERMEN. 



Eighth Ward — Alderman Van Ness — Office, Counting Clerk's Office, City Hall; Residence, 
near the Mission Dolores, at the intersection of Market and Thorne 
streets. 



OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF ASSISTANT ALDERMEN 

OF THE CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



Frank Turk, (of Sixth Ward) President. 



Chas. H. Corser First Ward. 

C. D. Carter Second Ward. 

Geo. 0. Ecker Third Ward. 

J. R. West Fourth Ward. 

ROBERT C. PAGK Clerk 

THOMAS WHITE Sergeant-at-Arms. 

ROBERT C. PAGE Clerk of the Common Council. 



Wm. H. Talmage Fifth Ward. 

Frank Turk Sixth Ward. 

Samuel Gardner Seventh Ward. 

J. G. W. Schulte Eight Ward. 



STANDING COMMITTEES 



Committee on Auditing: 

Ecker, 

Talmage. 

Carter. 
Committee mi Finance: 

Carter, 

West, 

Gardner. 
Committee on Fire and Water: 

Talmage, 

Ecker, 

Corser. 
Committee on Health and Police: 

Corser, 

West, 

Ecker. 
Committee on Judiciary: 

West, 

Corser, 

Carter. 
Committee on Licenses and Taxes: 

Gardner, 

Talmage, 

Schulte. 



Cornmittee on Ordinances: 
Talmage, 
Gardner, 
Corser. 
Committee on Printing: 
Schulte, 
Talmage, 
Ecker. 
Committee on Rules: 
Ecker, 
Carter, 
Corser. 
Committee on Streets, Public Buildings, 
Wharves and Improvements: 
Carter, 
Gardner, 
Schulte. 
Committee on Salaries: 
Gardner — Schulte — West. 
Joint Committee on Land Claims: 
From Board Aldermen | From B'ard Assistants 
Haskell, Carter, 

West, West, 

Jessup. Gardner. 



OFFICES AND RESIDENCES OF BOARD OF ASSISTANT ALDERMEN. 



President — Frank Turk — (Sixth Ward) — Office corner Commercial and Montgomery streets, 
over J. King of Wm.'s Banking house. 

First Ward — Gharles H. Corser, Store and Residence, Davis, near Pacific street. 

Second Ward — C. D. Carter — Office 105 Montgomery street; Residence Vallejo, between 
Stockton and Powell streets. 

Third Ward — Geo. 0. Ecker — Office and Residence south-east corner of Clay and Mont- 
gomery streets. 

Fourth Ward — J. R. West — Office corner Front and Sacramento streets, up stairs; Resi- 
dence, Washington street, above Stockton. 

Fifth Ward — Wm. H. Talmage — Office Maynard's Row, California street; Residence, 
Oriental Hotel. 

Seventh Ward — Samuel Gardner — Office and Residence, Sutter Hotel, Happy Valley. 

Eighth Ward — J. G. W. Schulte — Office and Residence, corner of Bush and Dupontsts. 



APPENDIX. — OFFICERS OF ELECTIONS. — POLICE. 209 



JUDGES AND INSPECTORS OF ELECTION. 



First Ward — Inspector — William Carr. 

Judges — John Boden, James Perkins. 
Second Ward — Inspector — J. A. Claughley. 

Judges — L. Joseph. L. Melville. 
Third Ward — Inspector — J. L. Van Bokkelen. 

Judges — J. C. Griswold, C. M. Chase. 
Fourth Ward — Inspector — T. Magoire. 

Judges— J. W. Rider, W. A. Cornwall. 
Fifth Ward— Inspector— E. A. Ebbetts. 

Judges — W. H. Lyon, A. Coy. 
Sixth Ward — Inspector — William X. Burkhead. 

Judges — J. P. Casey, A. Lock wood. 
Seventh Ward — Inspector— E. J. Wilson. 

Judges — -William Hammond. George Burdsell. 
Eigltfh Ward — Iuspector — George Andrews. 

Judges — J. C. Corbett, J. W. Keeling. 



POLICE DEPARTMENT, 



Bront Seguine, City Marshal, Office Xo. 4 City Hall. 

D. H. T. Moss, Assistant City Marshal, Office Xo. 4 City Hall. 

Hampton Xorth, Captain of Police. 

Richard B. Monks, Assistant Captain of Police. 

James McElroy, Sergeant of Police. 

James Towle, Sergeant of Police. 

Crawford Fletcher, Clerk to City Marshal. 



POLICE FORCE. CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



James J. Green, 
R. McDougal, 
H. Darling, 
T. H. Morton, 
W. R. Stewart, 
J. J. Josephs, Jr. 
James Cusic, 
W. H. Haney, 
James Xelson, 
Andrew Mackenzie, 
George W. Kenney, 
W. Groombridge, 
H. W. Kerrison, 
Charles Warren, 
W. Mason, 
H. McKenzie, 



James Kennevan, 
A. Lockwood, 
W.C. Dotter, 
G. C. Wardwell, 
Samuel Black. 
Edward Carpenter, 
E. J. Saulsbury, 
Owen Fallon, 
Michael Kenny, 
J. W. Lees, 
John Eagan, 
C. Holland, 
A. E. Slicer, 
J. Powers, 
P. McMahon, 
J. F. O'Brien. 



James Hogan, 
F. H. Schroeder, 
J. W. Jones, 
H. W. Talcott, 
P. Gardner, 
Michael Dolan, 
Richard P. Robinson, 
John Metz, 
John Hanna, 
James Duffy, 
John Walsh, 
Thomas Eagan, 
Thomas Xicholl, 
John Davidson, 
Daniel O'Regan. 
Hugh Curran. 



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210 APPENDIX. FIRE DEPARTEENT. 



OFFICERS OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT 

OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



Chief Engineer, CHARLES P. DUANE. 

First Assistant Engineer EDWARD A. EBBETTS. 

Second Assistant Engineer. JOSEPH CAPRICE. 

Third Assistant Engineer, CHARLES S. SIMPSON. 



BOARD OF DELEGATES. 

MEETS SECOND WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH AT CITY HALL. 

C. P. DUANE, Chairman. 

J. L. YAN BOKKELEN, ■ Secretary. 

H. A. COBB, Treasurer. 

Jos. Caprice, Chas. S. Simpson and E. A. Ebbetts, Ex-officio Members. 

Empire Engine No. 1 David B. Castree, 

E. YV. Nottage. 
Lady Washington Engine No. 2.. M. De La Moxtanya, 

Franklin Johnston. 
Howard Engine No: 3 Lewis H. Cohen, 

David H. Rand. 
California Engine No. 4 William S. O'Brien, 

Charles R. Bond. 
Knickerbocker Engine No. 5 Edward S. Spear, 

G. F. Nutting. 
Monumental Engine No. 6 Frank M. Pixley, 

George R: Davidson. 
Monumental Engine No. 7 P. W. Shepheard, 

J. W. Stillman. 
Pacific Engine No. 8 A. S. Merritt. 

Francis Gray. 
Vigilant Engine No. 9 Charles S. Biden, 

J. D. Bluxome. 
Crescent Engine No. 10 J. Hawes Davis, 

J. P. Casey. 
Columbia Engine No. 11 John H. Shepard, 

Edward P. Buckley: 
Pennsylvania Engine No. 12 Franklin L. Jones, 

Henry K. Cummings. 
St. Francis Hook and Ladder No. 1 A. A. Brinsmade, 

John P. Buckley: 
Lafayette Hook and Ladder No. 2. . H: A. Cobb, 

E. Grisar. 
Sansome Hook and Ladder No. 3 . . . Robert C. Page, 

J. L. Van Bokkelen: 



APPENDIX 



F I E E DEPARTMENT. 



211 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF SAX FRANCISCO FIRE DEPART- 
MENT CHARITABLE FUND. 

ALFRED DE WITT, President, 

EUGENE L. SULLIVAN Secretary. 

HENRY HAIGHT Treasurer. 

BEVERLY C. SANDERS, MARTIN L. ROBERT-. 

THEODORE PAYNE. GEORGE H. HOSSEFROS. 



Physicians who have Volunteered their Services to the Department : 



Henry M. Gray. M. D. 
C. If. Hitchcock. M. D. 
A. J. Bowie, M. D. 
Arthur B. Stoct, M. D. 



S. M. Tibbetts. M. D. 
Valkntini; Mutt. Jr.. M. D. 
0. S. Whitney. M. D. 



EMPIRE ENGINE COMPANY No.l.— 
Location Kearny street, between Sacra- 
mento and California. Organized June 
4th, 1850. George W. Green, Foreman : 
David Scannell, Assistant Foreman : 
Thomas A. Lane, Secretary: Charles A. 
• Dexter, Treasurer. 

LADY WASHINGTON ENGINE COM- 
I 'ANY N". 2. — Location. Sa 
between California and Pine. M. De 
La Moutanyu, Foreman ; Franklin John- 
ii. First Assistant Foreman : Fred'k. 
Weaver. Second Assistant Foreman : W. 

W. .Main. Secretary; ('. Praag. Treas'r. 
HOWARD ENGINE COMPANY No. 3. 

Location. Merchant st.. between Mont- 
gomery and Saosome. Organized Jane 
15th. L850. Wm. II. Patten. Foreman : 
Alexander BfacAbee, First Assistant 
Foreman; Henry McNulty, Second As- 
sistant Foreman : Henry C. Mallory, 
Secretary ; Frederick Lewis, Treasurer. 

CALIFORNIA ENGINE COMPANY 
No. 4. — Location. Market Square, oppo- 
site the Oriental Hotel. Organized Oct. 
10th. LS60. J. W. Leese. Foreman ; A. 
J. ('lose. First Assistant Foreman ; H. 
Ford. Second Assistant Foreman ; II. J. 
Van Riper, Secretary : E. B. Tompkins. 
Treasurer. 

KNICKERBOCKER ENGINE COM- 
PANY No. 5. — Location, Sacramento 
street, between Montgomery and San- 
some. Organized October 17th, 1850. 
Charles E. Buckingham, Foreman ; -Mat- 
thew Mclutyre. First Assistant Fore- 
man ; Isaac Jessup, Second Assistaut 
Foreman : Jas. J. Know! tun. Secretary ; 
Charles I). Carter. Treasurer. 

MONUMENTAL ENGINE COMPANY 
No. 6. — Location, Brenham Place, op- 
posite Portsmouth Square. Organized 
October 4th, 1850. J. \V. Rider, Fore- 
man ; C. G. Jameson, First Assistant 
Foreman; Geo. E. Yeates, Second As- 
sistant Foremau ; Chas. M. Chase, Sec- 
retary ; R. H. Sinton, Treasurer. 



MONUMENTAL ENGINE COMPANY 
No. 7.- Location, Brenham Place, op- 
posite Portsmoutb Square. Organized 
October 4th; 1850. John L. Durkee, 

Foreman : John Nugent, First Assistant 
Foreman: W. H. Pofneer, Second As- 
ian. Chas. M. Chase, Sec- 
ry; B. II. Sinton. Treasurer. 

PACIFIC ENGINE COMPANY No. 8. 
Location, Front street, between Jackson 
and Pacific. Organized September 19th, 
1853. B. Oakley. Jr., Foreman ; Geo. 
J. Brand-tetter. Assistant Foreman; D. 
O. Bmwn. Si<"v : F. Gray, Treasurer. 

VIGILANT ENGINE COMPANY No. 
9. — Locatiop, Stockton street, between 
Pacific and Broadway. Organized April 
8th, L852. Win. H. Bovee, F'oreman, 
J. L. Chappell, First Assistant Foreman; 
E. P. Folger, Second Assistant Foreman: 
Charles S. Bidep, President; John W. 
Cherry. Secretary : Thomas Cartwright, 
Assistant Secretary ; John Short. Treas- 
urer ; David L. Beck, John Short, and 
Wm. H. Bovee, Trna 

CRESCENT ENGINE COMPANY No: 
10. — Location. Ohio st.. between Broad- 
way and Pacific. Organized November 
4th. 1852. James P. Casey, Foreman; 
Edward Shannon, Assistant Foreman; 
Edwin McGroty, Secretary ; J. Hawes 
Davis. Treasurer. 

COLUMBIAN ENGINE COMPANY, 
No. 11. — Location. Bush st., between 
Kearny and Dupont. Organized Nov. 
4th. 1.852. Daniel N. Tucker, Foreman ; 
M. McGuire, Assistant Foremau ; Jacob 
Learman, Treasurer ; George A. Carson, 
Secretarv. 

PENNSYLVANIA ENGINE COMPA- 
NY No. 12. — Location, Jackson street, 
betw'n Kearny and Dupont. Organized 
November 4th, ls>52. Robert B. Quayle, 
Foremau ; P. E. Garvin, First Assistant 
Foreman ; John V. McElwee, Second 
Assistaut Foremau : John Hanna, Secre- 
tary ; Geo. K. Gluyas, Treasurer. 



212 



APPENDIX 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



ST. FRANCIS HOOK AND LADDER 
COMPANY No 1.— Location, Dupont 
street, between Clay and Sacramento. 
Organized June 15th, 1850. George W. 
Gibbs, Foreman ; Lewis H. Robie, First 
Assistant Foreman ; R. F. Pickett, Sec- 
ond Assistant Foreman ; Geo. B. Hyatt, 
Secretary . H : Barroilhet, Treasurer. 

LAFAYETTE HOOK AND LADDER 
COMPANY No. 2.— Location, Stock- 
ton street, north of Pacific. Organized 
September 19th, 1853. H. A. Cobb, 
Foreman ; A. De St. Dennis, First 
Assistant Foreman ; E. Sebire, Second 
Assistant Foreman ; V. Pailles, Third 
Assistant Foreman ; E. Grisar, Treas'r ; 
H. Boutin, Secretary. 



SANSOME HOOK AND LADDER 
COMPANY No. 3.— Location, Mont- 
gomery street, between Jackson and Pa- 
cific. Organized June 18th, 1850. J. L: 
Van-Bokkelen, Foreman ; Florence Ma- 
honey, First Assistant Foreman ; Robert 
A. Law, Second Assistant Foreman ; 
Robert C. Page, Secretary ; Thomas D. 
Green, Treasurer. 

ALTA HOOK AND LADDER COM- 
PANY No. 4. — Organized " once upon 
a time." Location — has never been as- 
certained. Galvanic, Foreman ; Iron 
Handle Axes, First Assistant Foreman ; 
Soled Boots, Second Assistant Foreman; 
Powder Box, Secretary; Lemon Kid 
Gloves, Treasurer. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT DISTRICTS AND ALARMS. 

The City has been Districted, and the following signals will be observed in striking the City 

Hall Bell for an Alarm of Fire. 
First District, First Ward — Bounded by Clark's Point and Bay on north and east, south by 

Jackson, west by Montgomery street. Signal, one stroke of Bell. 
Second District, Second Ward — Bounded north by the Bay, east by Montgomery, south by 

Jackson, and west by Larkin street. Signal, two strokes of Bell. 
Third District, Third Ward — Bounded north by Jackson, east by Bay, south by Sacramento, 

and west by Montgomery street. Signal, three strokes of Bell. 
Fourth District, Fourth Ward — Bounded north by Jackson, east by Montgomery, west by 

Larkin, and south by Clay street. Signal, four strokes of Bell. 
Fifth District, Fifth Ward — Bounded uorth by Sacramento, east by Bay, south by Market, 

and west by Montgomery street. Signal, five strokes of Bell. 
Sixth District, Sixth Ward — Bounded north by Clay, east by Montgomery, south by Bush, 

and West by Larkin street. Signal, six strokes of Bell. 
Seventh District, Seventh Ward — Bounded north by Market, south by Fourth street, east and 

west by Bay and Rincon Point. Signal, seven strokes of Bell. 
Eighth District, Eighth Ward — Bounded north by Bush, and extending to Mission Dolores. 

Signal, eight strokes of Bell. 
Previous to striking an Alarm, the Bell will be rung rapidly 10 or 15 strokes for the 
general alarm, and then the District will be struck, and thus continued at intervals. 



LOCATION OF FIRE DEPARTMENT CISTERNS. 



Corner Powell and Broadway, 
Stockton and Union. 
'• " Greene 
" Vallejo, 
" '• Broadway, 
" " Pacific, 
" " Washington, 

8 " " " Clay, 

9 Sacramento above Stockton, 

10 Corner Dupont and Green, 

11 Corner Dupont and Vallejo, 

12 " " " Breadway, 

13 " " " Pacific, 

14 " " " Jackson, 

15 " " , " Washington, 

16 " " " Clay, . 

17 " " " Sacramento, 

18 " " " California, 

19 " Kearny and Pacific, 



20 Corner Kearny, and Jackson, 

21 Plaza, 

22 Corner Kearny and Sacramento, 

23 « " * " Pine, 

24 " " " Bush, 

25 " Montgomery and Pacific, 

26 " " " Washington, 

27 " " " Commercial, 

28 " " " California, 

29 " " " Bush, 

30 " Sansomeand Pacific, 

31 " « " Clav, 

32 '• " •• Pine, 

33 " Battery and Long Wharf, 

34 California Engine House, 

35 Market Square, 

36 Corner First and Jessie, 

37. " Mission and Anthony, 
38 " Broadway and Ohio, 



Several Private Cisterns are located on Clay, above Stockton street. There will be a list 
of Private Cisterns and other supplies of water, kept at the Chief Engineer's Office, 
"which are at the disposal of the Department in time of need." 



APPENDIX. — FIRE ORDINANCES. 213 



ORDINANCES 

PROVIDING FOR MORE PERFECT SECURITY OF PROPERTY 

FROM FIRE. 



ORDINANCE No. 233— as amended by Ordinance No. 279— fixing the 
Fire Limits of the City and providing for the appointment of Fire Wardens. 
The People of the City of San Francisco-do ordain as follows : 
Section 1. The fire limits of the City of San Francisco shall be within the following 
boundaries, viz : Beginning at the Bay and running through Union street, to its intersection 
with Powell street; thence along Powell street to its intersection with Post street; thence 
along Post street to its intersection with Second street; thence aloug Second street to its 
intersection with Folsom street; thence along Folsom street to the waters of the Bay; 
thence along the water, front of the city, to the place of beginning. These limits shall be 
sub-divided into four districts, as follows : The first district shall embrace that portion 
lying between Union and Jackson streets. The second district shall embrace that portion 
lying between Jackson and Clay streets. The third district shall embrace that portion lying 
between Clay and California streets. The fourth district shall embrace that portion lying 
between California and Folsom streets. 

Section 2. The first, second and third Assistant Engineers, and.the Secretary of the 
Board of Delegates of the Fire Department shall be, and are hereby constituted " Fire 
Wardens." Immediately after they are elected by the Fire Department as Engineers, they 
shall be sworn in as Fire Wardens by the Mayor, and receive from him a certificate of office, 
which shall vest them with all the powers of policemen, and be their authority for carrying 
out the provisions of this Ordinance. 

The First Assistant Engineer shall be Fire Warden for the First District, Second As- 
sistant Engineer for the Second District, the Third Assistant Engineer for the Third Dis- 
trict, and the Secretary of the Board of Delegates for the Fourth District. 

Each Fire Warden shall reside in the District for which he is appointed, and shall be 
paid for such services one hundred and fifty dollars per month, payable out of the Fire De- 
partment Fund. 

Section 3. It shall be the duty of the Fire Wardens to examine as often of twice each 
month, all buildings or places where fires are or may be used, within their respective districts, 
for the purpose of discovering any violation of this or any other Ordinance that may here- 
after be adopted for the prevention of fires. 

Section 4. If in the opinion of any Fire Warden, there is any danger to be appre- 
hended from the construction of any fire-place, stove, stove-pipe, chimney, or in any other 
manner, from fire, to direct the danger to be corrected, and if the direction is not complied 
with, within a reasonable time, the parties so offending shall be subject to a fine of not less 
than twenty-five dollars, nor more than five hundred dollars, at the discretion of the Recorder. 
Section 5. Xo person shall make or cause to be made, any fire in any street, lane, 
open lot or public square within the fire limits, unless he or they first obtain the written per- 
mission of the Mayor or Fire Warden, under the penalty of not less than ten, nor more than 
fifty dollars for each offence, at the discretion of the Recorder. 

Section 6. Xo owner or occupant of any stable or other place, where combustables 
are exposed, shall use therein a lighted candle or lamp of any description, except the same 
shall be securely kept within a lantern, under a penalty of twenty-five dollars for each 
offence. 

Section 7. Xo hay or other dangerous material shall be stored in any lot within the 
fire limits, unless under secure cover, under a penalty of not less than than twenty-five, nor 
more than one hundred dollars, at the discretion of the Recorder. 

Section 8. Xo cloth covered or tent building, shall be permitted within the fire limits, 
and a refusal to remove the same, shall subject the offender to a fine of not less than twenty- 
five dollars nor more than one hundred dollars, at the discretion of the Recorder. 

Section 9. The Chief Engineer of the Fire Department shall be, by virtue of his of- 
fice. Fire Warden, and as such have a general supervision of the Fire Wardens and Fire 
Districts, and he is hereby vested with all the powers of a policeman; but he shall receive no 
compensation for such services. 



214 APPENDIX. — FIRE ORDINANCES. 

Section 10. Ordinance No. 176, creating the office of Fire Warden, and providing 
other means for the prevention and extinguishment of fires; and all other ordinances con- 
flicting with the provisions of this ordinance, be, and the same are hereby repealed. 

NATHANIEL HOLLAND, President of the Board of Assistant Aldermen. 
J. H. BLOOD, Presdent of the Board of Aldermen. 

Approved, May 22, 1852. S. R. HARRIS, Mayor. 



ORDINANCE No. 328 — Providing for the Imposing of Penalties for False Alarms of Fire. 
The People of the City of San Francisco do ordain as follows : 
Section 1. Any person or persons found guilty of wilfully creating a false alarm of fire, 
shall, upon conviction thereof before the City Recorder, be fined in a sum not exceeding one 
hundred dollars, nor less than ten dollars, together with imprisonment for a term not exceed- 
ing twenty, nor less than five days, at the discretion of the Recorder. Each and every mem- 
ber of the Fire Department, shall have the power and authority to arrest any such persons 
offending agaiust the provisions of this act. 

Section 2. Any ordinances or parts of ordinances, in any way conflicting with the provi- 
sions of this Ordinance, be and the same are hereby repealed. 

J. P. HAVEN, President of the Board of Aldermen. 
JAMES DeLONG, President, of the Board of Assistant Aldermen. 
Approved, April 13, 1853. C. J. BRENHAM, Mayor. 

A true copy : EDWARD TOBY, Clerk of the Common Council. 



ORDINANCE No. 282 — Fixing Fire Limits in which no Wooden Buildings shall be erected 

after July 1st, 1853, 
The People of the City of San Francisco do ordain as follows : 

Section 1. All dwelling houses, store-houses, or other buildings whatsoever, except such as 
are hereinafter provided for, which, alter the first day of July, one thousand eight hundred and 
fifty -three, shall be built or erected within that part of the city of San Francisco, bounded as 
follows, to wit : commencing at the south-east corner of the intersection of Dupont and Pa- 
cific streets, running thence southerly along the easterly line of Dupont street to the north- 
east corner of Dupont and Pine .streets, thence easterly along the northerly line of Pine street 
to the north-west corner of Pine and Front streets, thence northerly along the westerly line 
of Front street to the south-west corner of Front and Pacific streets, thence westerly along 
the southerly line of Pacific street to the place of beginning, shall be made and constructed 
of stone or brick, with party or fire walls rising at least two feet above the roof, and shall be 
covered with brick, slate, tile, cement, or other safe material against fire. 

Section 2. No dwelling houses, store-houses, or other buildings whatsoever, which from 
the passing of this ordinance till the first day of July, one thousand eight hundred and fifty- 
three, shall be built or erected of wood, or any other material, except such as provided for 
in the first section of this ordinance, shall exceed twelve feet in height from the ground to 
the roof, nor fifteen feet to the extreme top of the roof. 

Section 3. No wooden building shall, after the passing of this ordinance, be raised, en- 
larged, built upon, or removed from one lot to another, within the limits aforesaid. 

Section -1. Every building of any desrridtion whatever, which shall hereafter be erected, 
roofed, repaired, altered, enlarged, built upon, or removed, contrary to the provisions of this 
ordinance, shall be deemed a common nuisance, and the proprietor or priprietors thereof shall 
be liable to a penalty of five hundred dollars, and to an additional penalty of two hundred 
dollars for every twenty-four hours during which such building shall remain in violation of 
this ordinance, after notice to remove the same shall have been givcu by the Chief Engineer 
of the Fire Department, or either of the Fire Wardens, to him or tucm, or either of them, 
personally, or by leaving the same in writing upon the premises. 

Section 5. Every builder who shall so erect, roof, repair, alter, enlarge, or remove such 
building, contrary to the provisions of this ordinance, whether he be the proprietor thereof 
or not, shall for every such offence be liable to a penalty of two hundred and fifty dollars, all 
of which penalties shall be imposed upon such proprietor or proprietors, builder or builder s, 
by the Recorder of the city of San Franciseo, upon complaint of said Chief Engineer, or 
either of the Fire Wardens, whose especial duty it is hereby expressly nuule to see that the 
provisions of this ordinance are rigidly complied with. 

Section 6. All penalties imposed under this ordinance shall be for the use and benefit of 
the Fire Department of the city of San Francisco, and shall lie paid by the said Recorder to the 
City Treasurer thereof. 



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. . 

Section 7. Any ordinance or ordinances in any way conflicting with the provisions of this ' 
act, are hereby repealed. 

J. P. HAYEX, President of the Board of Aldermen. 
JAMES DeLOXG, President of the Board of Assistant, Aldermen. 
Approved, December 6th, 1852. C. J. BREXHAM. Mayor. 

I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy of an original ordinance returned by the ; 
Mayor to the Common Council, with his approval. December 6th, 1852. 

EDWARD TOBY, Clerk. 



ORDINANCE Xo. 364 — Providing for the more perfect Protection of Property from Fire. 
The People of the City of San Francisco do ordain as follows : 

Section 1. That from and after the passage of this ordinance, it shall be unlawful for any 
person or persons to erect within the fire limits, as described in chapter fifth, title third, sec- 
tion first, Codified Ordinances, any awnings <>r piazza-; that will extend over the sidewalks, 
or into the public streets, in front of any buildings fronting on any street, lane t>r alley, un- 
less the same shall be constructed on iron or metal frames, and covered with iron, zinc or tin, 
or other metal; otherwise the same shall be declared a nuisance, under the provisions of the 
Fire Ordinance of the city. 

SECTION 2. It shall be the duty of the Fire "Warden of any district of the city, within his 
district, to have removed, at the expense of the owners or occupants, all awnings and piazzas 
now erected, that may be deemed unsafe or dangerous by a majarity of the Board of Fire 
Wardens, to the security of the city from fire ; and it shall be their duty also to serve a writ- 
ten notice on all owners or occupants of such premises, to remove the 'same within four days. 
riON 3. It shall be the duty of the Fire Wardens to cause every stove pipe and chim- 
ney to be carried up at least four feet above the extreme height of the building to which such 
pipe or chimney is attached, if required bi/ the Fire Wardens ; and should they deem them 
unsafe to the the buildings adjoining, they shall order the same carried four feet above the 
extreme top of said buildings. 

Section 4. If, in the opinion of a majority of the Board of Fire Wardens, a sheet-iron pipe 
is not sufficient for the safety of the building, they shall inform the owners or occupants 
thereof, and order the same constructed OS more substantial material, or taken down. 

Section 5. It shall be the duty of the Fire Wardens to remove or cause to be removed any 
and all wooden signs which, in their situation, or from under size, shall in their judgment be 
deemed hazardous to any brick building when thereto affixed. 

Section 6. The heads of the Fire Department, the Chief Engineer and his Assistants, to- 
gether with the Marshal or any of the policemen or firemen, are hereby authorized and em- 
powered to prevent any dray, cart, or other vehicle, from approaching nearer than within one 
block of the fire. 

Section 7. All cloth awnings attached to wooden buildings shall be supported by iron 
frames, and shall be so constructed as to roll up against the building, and shall be secured 
under a covering of some fire-proof material : and all cloth awnings shall be rolled up and se- 
cured as above, at the closing of the store or saloon to which the same may be attached ; and 
it shall be the doty of the Chief Fni_ r ineer and Fire Wardens to enforce the provisions ofthi3 
section. 

Section 8. Any person or persons violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall 
be fined in a sum not less than fifty dollars, nor more than five hundred dollars, or imprisoned 
not less than ten days, nor more than sixty days. 

Section 9. The Chief Engineer is hereby authorized to have one thousand copies of this 
ordinance printed. 

Section 10. All ordinances or parts of ordinances, conflicting with this ordinance, are 
hereby repealed. 

J. P. HAYEX, President of the Board of Aldermen. 

H. R. HASTE. President of the Board of Assistant Aldermen. 

Approved, July 6th, 1853. C. J. BREXHAM, Mayor. 

I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy of an original ordinance returned by the 
Mavor to the C ommon Council, with his approval, Julv 8th. 1853. 

EDWARD TOBY, Clerk of the Common Council. 



Citizens are respectfully recmested to give information of any infringement of the above 
ordinances to the following officers of the Fire Deparrment, who are constituted Fire "War 



216 APPENDIX. — CITY ORDINANCES. 

dens, and charged with the enforcement of the same. Particular attention is hereby directed 

to the above laws, which are at this date in full effect, and will be enforced. 

CHAS. P. DUANE, Chief Engineer and Fire Warden. 
WM. A. EBBETTS, 

First Assistant Engineer, Warden First District, Union to Jackson sts. 
JOS. CAPRISE, 
Second Assistant Engineer, Warden Second District, between Jackson and Clav sts. 

CHAS. S. SIMPSON, 
Third Assistant Engineer. Warden Third District, between Clay and California sts. 
J. L. VAN BOKKELEN, 
Secretary Fire Department, Warden Fourth District, between California and Folsom sts. 

San Francisco, July 27th, 1853. 

ORDINANCE No. U6—Pro!nbiti 7 ig Obstructions on Public Streets. 

The people of the City of San Francisco do ordain as follows : 

Sec. 1. No person shall place or cause to be placed upon any street, place, square or 
thoroughfare, or upon the side-walks thereof, any article whatever, so as to obstruct the 
same ; nor shall any person expose or offer any merchandize or other property for show, or 
for sale by auction or otherwise, upon any street, place or square, or thoroughfare, or upon 
the side walks thereof. 

Sec. 2; Any person or persons intending to erect any building, shall by leaving a written 
notice of such iutent in the Street Commissioner's Office, have leave to occupy not more 
than one-third of the width of such street, place or thoroughfare, in front of his or their 
premises, for three months, subject to renewal at the discretion of the Street Commissioner. 

Sec. 3; All persons violating the provisions of this ordinance, shall, upon conviction 
thereof before the Recorder, be fined in a sum of not less than twenty-five dollars, nor more 
than fifty, for each offence, at the discretion of the Recorder. 

Sec. 4. The Street Commissioner shall serve a written notice upon the owner of any such 
article of obstruction, to remove the same within twenty-four hours after notice ; and if not 
removed, such person or persons upon conviction, shall pay a fine not exceeding one hundred 
dollars for every twenty-four hours after such article shall remain, after notice to remove the 
same shall have been given. In case no owner for such article can be found, then the Street 
Commissioner shall post notice on said article of obstruction, and if not removed within 
twenty-four hours, he shall remove the same to some public place at his discretion, and 
advertise the same for ten days for sale ; and if no owner appears to redeem the same, they 
shall be sold, and the amount received be paid into the city treasury, to the credit of the 
Street Department fund. H. R. Haste, 

President Board of Assistant Aldermen. 
J. P. Haven, 
President Board of Aldermen. 
Approved June 10, 1853. C.J. Brenham, Mayor. 

I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy of an original ordinance returned by the 
Mayor to the Common Council, with his approval, June 13, 1853: 

Edward Toby, Clerk of the Common Council. 



ORDINANCE No. 302— Prohibiting Riding or Driving on Side- Walks. 
The people of the City of San Francisco do ordain as follows : 

Sec. 1. No person shall ride or drive any horse or other animal, nor drive any cart, dray, 
wagon, or vehicle of any kind whatsoever, upon the side-walk of any public street, alley, 
place or square. 

Sec. 2. All persons offending against the provisions of this act shall upon complaint 
thereof before the City Recorder, be fined in a sum of not less than ten dollars nor over 
fifty, at the discretion of the Recorder. * James De Long, 

"President Board of Assistant Aldermen. 
J. P. Haven, 
President Board of Aldermen. 

Approved, February 14th, 1853. C. J. Brenham, Mayor. 

A true copy : Edward Toby, 

Clerk Common Council: 



APPENDI X. — ORDINANCE CONCERNING GUNPOWDER. 217 

ORDINANCE— Providing for the Storage of Gunpowder. 

The people of the City of San Francisco do ordain as follows : 

Sec. 1. A Storekeeper shall be appointed by the Common Council in joint ballot, whose 
duty it shall be to take charge of the City Powder Magazine, subject to such regulations as 
the Common Council may deem advisable. 

No person or persons shall keep for his or their private use in any one house or place 
within the limits of this city more than five pounds of gunpowder, at any one time, under 
the penalty of not less than five hundred dollars. 

Sec. 2. No person shall hereafter keep powder on sale within the limits of this city without 
first obtaining a license of the Comptroller, which he shall be entitled to by the payment of 
one dollar, which shall go into the City Treasury ; nor shall such person keep in any one 
store, building or other place within the limits of the city, more than fifty pounds of powder 
at one time, and that .shall be kept in a strong copper chest, well and securely fastened, with 
the word " Powder'' distinctly printed upon it. The said chest shall always be kept within 
three feet of the main entrance of the building or place where powder is kept, so that in the 
event of a fire it may be readily removed. Moreover, it shall be the duty of every person 
obtaining a license and selling powder as aforesaid, to keep in a conspicuous place on the 
front of the building or place iu which such powder is kept, a sign with the words "Licensed 
to sell Powder," conspicuously painted upon it ; and auy person offending against the pro- 
visions of this Section shall be fined not less than five hundred dollars, or imprisoned not 
less than thirty nor more than sixty days. 

Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the captain or commander of any vessel which has arrived 
or which may hereafter arrive at this port, the cargo of which consists in whole or iu part 
of powder, to report the fact that he has such powder OH board within forty-eight hours after 
his arrival in port to the keeper of one of the Powder Magazines authorized by law ; and 
no vessel, while lying alongside any dock, wharf or pier of this city, shall receive powder on 
board, exceeding the quantity prescribed in Section 1st of this Ordinance, and for the viola- 
tion of either of the provisions of this Section, the vessel shall be liable to a fine of not less 
than five hundred dollars, to be recovered in a prosecution before the Recorder of this city. 

Sec, 4. It shall be the duty of the Storekeeper of the Magazine when requested to do so, 
to convey powder to and from the Magazine, and for the removal and delivery of the same, 
he shall be entitled to receive from the person or persons so ordering the same the sum of fifty 
cents per keg, and for every month that he shall keep the same in the Magazine aforesaid, he 
shall be entitled to receive the sum of seventy-five cents per keg. 

See. 5. The Storekeeper of the Powder Magazine shall execute a bond to the city, for the 
benefit of the depositors, for the faithful discharge of his duties, with two sufficient securities, 
to be approved by the Mayor, in the sum of five thousand dollars ; and it shall be his duty 
to give a receipt for all powder deposited with him. 

Sec. 6. It shall be the duty of all persons having a greater quantity of powder than is 
allowed in the preceding Sections of this Ordinance in their possession, either in houses or 
vessels, to notify the Storekeeper of the Magazine immediately, so that he may remove or 
cause to be removed all powder within the limits of this city to the Magazine. 

Sec. 7. Whenever any vessel arriving at this port shall have powder on board, it shall be 
the duty of the keeper of the Magazine, to whom the master or other persons having charge 
of such vessel shall report the fact of powder beimr on board, to superintend the landing and 
removal of said powder ; nor shall any powder be discharged from a vessel in the night time, 
or be permitted to remain at the place where it is landed or discharged ; and any person or 
persons offending against the provisions of this Section shall be liable to a fine of not less 
than one hundred dollars nor more than five hundred dollars, to be recovered on conviction 
before the Recorder. 

Sec. 8. Whenever auy powder, exceeding the quantity of fifty pounds is about to be 
removed to or from any magazine, it shall be the duly of the person or persons removing the 
same to notify the Chief Eugineer of the Fire Department that such removal is about to be 
made : and for the failure to so notify the Chief Engineer, the person or persons so offending 
shall be fined in a sum of not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars for each and 
every such offence, to be recovered on couviction before the Recorder, or such person or per- 
sons so convicted may be imprisoned for a time not less than ten nor more than twenty days. 

Sec. 9. Any person informing of the violation of thi3 ordinance, shall be entitled to half 
the amount of the fine recovered. 

Sec. 10. All ordinances or parts of ordinances conflicting with the provisions of this ordi- 
nance are hereby repealed. 

In Board of Assistant Aldermen, May 9th, 1853, passed finally, after a third reading, by 
unanimous vote. Edward Toby, Clerk. 

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218 APPENDIX . — EDINANCE S. — LAND COMMISSIONERS. 

ORDINANCE Prohibiting Encroachments on Side- Walks. 

The people of the City of San Francisco do ordain as follows : 

Sec. 1: The entrance to any cellar or basement story of any building fronting any public 
street, alley, or square of the city, shall not be constructed so as to occupy more than one-half 
of the width of the side-walk extending along the front of said building. 

Sec. 2. Such entrance shall in all cases be closed during the night, with a strong and 
sufficient covering or door. 

Sec. 3. Any owner or occupant of a building who shall fail, neglect, or refuse to observe 
the provisions of this ordinance, shall upon complaint made to the Recorder, if convicted of 
a violation of any of said provisions, be fined in a sum not less than fifty dollars, nor exceed- 
ing five hundred dollars, within the discretion of the Recorder. 

In the Board of Assistant Aldermen, March 21st, 1853, after third reading, passed finally 
by unanimous vote. Edward Toby, Clerk. 



ORDINANCE JVo.499— To P, event Obstructing the Harbor of San 

Francisco. 
The people of the City of San Francisco do ordain as follows : 

That no person or persons shall throw or cause to be thrown into the Bay of San Fran- 
cisco, within nine hundred feet of the water line front, or into any of the public slips or 
docks, dedicated as such by ordinance, any coal, ashes, ballast, or other substance that will 
cause obstruction, or sink. Any person or persons found guilty of violating this ordinance 
shall be subject to a fine of not less than fifty nor more than five hundred dollars, or to 
imprisonment not to exceed three months, or to both such fine and imprisonment, at the 
discretion of the Recorder. Frank Turk, 

President Board of Assistant Aldermen. 

Joseph F. Atwill, President Board of Aldermen. 

Approved, December 29, 1853. C. K. Garrison, Mayor. 

I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy of an original ordinance returned by the 
Mayor to the Common Council with his approval, January 4, 1854. 

Robert C. Page, Clerk Common Council. 



BOARD OF U, S, LAND COMMISSIONERS, 

For Ascertaining and Settling Private Land Claims in the State of California. 

Court Rooms 148 California street, Parrott's Iron Building. 

ALPHEUS FELCH, President. 

THOMPSON CAMPBELL, 

R. AUGUSTUS THOMPSON. 

ROBERT GREENHOW, Associate Law Agent. 

VOLNEY E. HOWARD, Law Agent. 

GEORGE FISHER, Secretary. 



BOARD OF CALIFORNIA LAND COMMMISSION. 

Office Nos. 3 and 4 Masonic Hall, second floor. 

LEVI HERMANCE, President, Sacramento. 

JOHN S. LOVE, San Francisco. 

JOSEPH HOPKINS, Sutter county. 

GEORGE O'DOHERTY, San Francisco. 

LORING PICKERING, San Francisco. 

WM. P. DANGERFIELD, Secretary, San Francisco. 



APPENDIX. — CUSTOM HOUSE. 219 


CUSTOM HOUSE. 


Located on the South-East Comer of Sansome and Sacramento Streets — open Jaily from 10 A. 


M. to 3 P. M., (Sundays excepted.) 


COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. 


RICHARD P. HAMMOMD, Collector. 


JOHX WALTON, Deputy Collector. JOHN DUER, Jr.. Deputy Collector. 


John B. Peachy, Cashier. 


Mar-hall Bryan Invoice Clerk. 


J. Frank Miller, Auditor. 


P. ('. Ewer. Warehouse Clerk. 


Cyril V. Grey, Collector's Clerk. 


F. B. Schaeffer. Warehouse Clerk. 


Wm. Walk, Jr., Cashier's Clerk. 


J. L. Moody. Permit Clerk. 


R. 0. Sturdivakt, Bookeeper. 


F. A. Sawyer. Clearance Clerk. 


Henry La Relvtrie. Impost Clerk. 


Gb9Bok S. Fake, Entrance Clerk. 


8. U. Hopkins, Statistical Clerk. 


E. D. Hammond. Assistant Treasurer. 


A. H. Harris, Entry Clerk. 


Edward Durkin. Messenger. 


Charles Monell, Entry Clerk. 


Charles H. Hough e. Messenger. 


C. T. Hopkins, Deposit Clerk, 


Lawrence Smith, Porto. 


F. D. Clayton-, Bond Clerk. 


Denis Gehogax, Porter. 


John- S. Watson, Abstract Clerk. 


James Fbahob, Watchman. 


Nelson M. Hine, Impost Clerk. 


Henry J. Cqdts, Watchman. 


George P. Johnston-, Register 1 Clerk. 


JonN Flood, Watchman. 


Algernon Smith, Record in,? Clerk. 


AVm. 0. Hargan. Watchman. 


Solomon Scott, Invoice Exam'g Clerk. 




NAVAL OFFICE. 


WM. B. DAMERON, Naval Officer. 


DAVID HAYDEN, Deputy Naval Officer. 


Thos. 0. Charles. Cashier. 


Charles Winter. Impost Clerk. 


Wm. M. Run-dell, Entry Clerk. 


George Tilghman, Clearance Clerk, 


W. F. Tilghman, Entry Clerk. | 


Philip Moore, Warehouse Clerk. 


U. S. ASSISTANT TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT. 


JACOB R. SXYDER, Treasurer Branch Mint and Assistant Treasurer 


United States. 


ED. Hammond, Cashier. Conelil-s Hoyer,. Messenger. 


SURVEYOR'S OFFICE. 


WM. VAN VOORHEIS, Surveyor of the Port. 


GEORGE W. GUTHRIE, Deputy Surveyor of the Port. 


Charles D. Poston, Clerk. 


J. J. Bryant, Clerk. 


Joseph Bcrton, Clerk. 


Louis L. Mortimer, Messenger. 


Thomas E. Buchanan, Clerk. 




APPRAISER'S OFFICE. 


SAMUEL J. BRIDGE, Appraiser General. 


Philip A. Roach, Appraiser. 


D. E. Martin, Watch'n and Sup't Lab'r. 


0. P. Sutton, Appraiser. 


Thomas Golden, Messenger. 


A. S. Dungan, Assistant Appraiser. 


James L. Marcy, Laborer. 


Bernard Allein, Examiner. 


Wm. Fogarty, Laborer. 


Joseph W. Austin, Examiner. 


Wm. S.Brooks, Laborer. 


Chakles L. Weller, Examiner. 


Edmund P. Tierney, Laborer. 


J. P. Gorrigon. Examiner. 


Geo. E. Sherwood, Laborer. 


M. D. Van Loan, Clerk. 


John Griffin, Laborer. 


Frank D. Broad head, Clerk. 


John B. Swobada, Laborer. 


George W. Gift, Clerk. 


John Welsh, Laborer. 



220 APPENDIX. — CUSTOM HOUSE. 




WEIGHERS AND MEASURERS. 


PATRICK CANNEY, U. 


S. Weigher and Measurer. 




J. C. Potter, Deputy 


James Lynch, Deputy. 




D. W. Thompson, Deputy. 


Pascal Bequette, Deputy. 




G. W. Hammersley, Deputy. 


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GAUGERS. 




CORNELIUS S. WHITNEY, U. S. Gauger. 




J. D. Bluxome, Deputy Gauger. D. B. Milne, Deputy Gauger. 




J. F. Haehnlein, Deputy Gauger. 




Measurer of Vessels. 




LOUIS McLANE, Jr. 




Storekeeper's Office. 




A. A. SELOVER, Store-Keeper. 




WM. BOTHWELL, Assistant Store-Keeper. 




J. G. Canfield, Store-Keeper's Glerk. 


Louis F. Zantzinger, Inspector. 




E. F. Bunnell, Store-Keeper's Clerk. 


J. Horace Kent, Inspector. 




D. L. Fouts, Store-Keeper's Clerk. 


Thomas S. King, Inspector. 




Louis A. Garnett, Inspector. 


W. H. Stump, Inspector. 




E. B. Vreeland, Inspector. 


W. W. Gray, Inspector. 




Barge Officers. 




John B. Shaeffer. John E. Grymes. 




INSPECTORS OF CUSTOMS. 




Ackley, Lyman, 


McDonald, Jas. M. 




Addison, Wm. A. 


Murphy, Timothy D 




Bowman, Alex. 


Moore, Oscar F. 




Berault, Chas. V. 


Palmer. M. E. 




Bequette, Henry D. 


Pindell, Jas. M. 




Blanch ard, D. L. 


Richards, T. G. 




Carter, Wm. H. 


Rider, John W. 




Clarke, Edwin St. Clair, 


Riddle, John, 




Coney, Daniel, 


Rust, Wm. E. 




Covington, Elam, 


Sanders, Jr., Lewis, 




Crovat, P. A. 


Smith, John Triplett, 




Dickinson, Chas. 


Snyder, Zachariah, 




Eldridge, John, 


Solomon, John E. L. 




Ellis, Irving A. 


Spotswood, H. M. 




Fairchild, HiRam, 


Sprague, Chas. J. 




Fendall, Phhjp R. 


Stockton, T. B. W. 




Gardiner, Jordan G. 


Storer, D. B. 




Gasquet, Joseph, 


Taylor, W. H. 




Hagan, Jambs, 


Thomas > Chas. C. 




Harazthy, Chas. 


Toye, H. F. 




Harris, Geo. W. 


Watson, Jas. A. 




Harrison, Randolph, 


West, Francis H. 




Hayden, Willard W. 


Wise, John H. 




Haydon, James, 


Whalen, Jeremiah, 




Hester, Wm. F. 


Yard, Geo. M. 




Hill, H. A. 


Inspectors on Night Service. 




Hollingsworth, W. G. 


Alverson, L. M. 




Hyatt, John G. 


Ford, Richard H. 




Isnard, Jos. H. 


Frazer, William. 




Jenifer, Walter H. 


Gray, Thomas, 




Kane, Michael, 


Hagan, John, 




Kent, J. Horace, 


Irwin, Samuel, 




Kendeg, M. H. N. 


Irwin, Brown, 




Kennedy, Alex. 


McCook, William, 




Kittrell, John R. 


Tanfarari, Terra via, 




McKee, David, 


Waller, Edwin, 





A P P E X D I X. — G OVERNMENT OFFICE S. — N OTAEIES. 221 

U. S. Branch Mint for California. 

Commercial Street, near Montgomery. 

DR. LEWIS A. BIRDS ALL, Superintendant. 

JACOB R. SNYDER, Treasurer. 

JOHN HEWSTON, Jr., Melter and Refiner. 



U. S. Surveyor General's Office. 

Over Palmer, Cook &f Co.'s Banking House, N. W. corner of Kearney and Washington 

Streets. 
COL. JOHX C. HAYS, U. S. Surveyor General. 
LEANDER RANSOM, Chief Oterk. 



Navy Agent. 

RICHARD P. ASHE. 

Office: Over Palmer, Cook if Co.'s Banting H . corner of Kearney and Washington 

Streets. 



Purser. 

A. WELCH. 

Office: Argenti's Building, Fourth Floor. 



Naval Store-Keeper. 

JOSEPH McKIBBEN. 

Office : Saucelito. 



State Flour Inspector. 

G. W. RYCKMAX. Inspector. 
EMERY T. PEASE. Deputy Inspector. 
WILLIAM L. RYCKMAN, Deputy Inspector. 
SILAS BISHOP, Deputy Inspector." 



Notaries Public. 

Appointed by Act of Legislature, approved April 30th, 1853. 



W. C. Parker, 
Thomas A. Lyxch, 
W. L. Higgixs, 
Gilbert A. Grant, 
Josehh Grant, 
S. H. Dwixelle, 
John Yaxdewater, 
George T. Kxox, 
Joseph W. Fixley, 
A. A. Seloyer, 



Charles Halsey, 

E. V. Joice, 

A. G. Raxdall, 
William Hart, 

F. P. Tracy, 

Wm. A. Corxwall, 
L. W. Sloat, 
Charles D. Carter, 
Ceorge P. Johnstox, 
L. Stotyell. 



222 APPENDIX. — COURTS. 



COUKTS. 



UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. 

■ Hon. OGDEN HOFFMAN, Jr., Judge. 
Johx A. Monroe, Clerk. 
Terms for San Francisco — First Monday in June and December. 
• Court in United States Gourt Rooms, 89 to 95 Merchant street. 

SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. 

Hon. HUGH C. MURRAY, Chief Justice. 
" SOLOMON HEYDENFBLDT, Associate Justice. 
" ALEXANDER WELLS, Associate Justice. 
P. K. Woodside, Clerk. 
Terms — First Monday in January, April, July and October. 
Court Room City Hall. 

DISTRICT COURT— FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Hon. DELOS LAKE, Judge. 

Thomas Hayes, Clerk. 
Regular Terms — First Monday in February, April, June, August, October and 
December. 

Court Room No. 14 City Hall. 

SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. JOHN SATTERLEE, Judge. 

H. Haskell, Clerk. 
General Terms — First Monday of every month. Special Terms every Saturday. 
Court Room No. 1 City Hall. 

COUNTY COURT— FOR TRIAL OF APPEALS. 

J. D. CREIGH, Judge. 
Thomas Hayes, Clerk. 
Regular Terms — First Monday in January, March, May, July, September and No- 
vember. 

Court Room No. 15 City Hall. 

COURT OF SESSIONS. 

J. D. CREIGH, Judge. 
Regular Terms — First Monday in every month. 
Court Room No. 15 City Hall. 

PROBATE COURT. 

J. D. CREIGH, Judge. 
Always iu session. 

JUSTICES' COURTS. 

First Township. — G. W. Caserly, Justice ; James Herbert, Constable. 

Second Toivmhip. — P. W. Shepiieard, Justice ; Wm. H. Silverthorn, Constable. 

Third Township. — Henry J. Richardson, Justice ; John W. McKenzie, Constable 

Fourth Township. — Alfred Rix, Justice ; J. J. White, Constable. 

Fifth Torvnship. — R. E. Hunter, Justice ; J. L. Toole, Constable. 



APPENDIX. — LICENSE LAW. — PORT WARDENS. 223 

CITY LICENSE LAW, 1854. 

CITY LICENSES BEING PAYABLE QUARTERLY IX ADVANCE. 

FIRST QUARTER COMMENCES JANUARY FIRST. 
SECOND " " APRIL FIRST. 

THIRD « " JULY FIRST. 

FOURTH " " OCTOBER FIRST. 

All persons failing to take out same subject themselves to a penalty of one hcxdred 
dollars, together with an addition of ten per cent, over and above the amount of each 
License, (if not paid prior to the 15th of the 1st month of each quarter.) as in the following 

SCHEDULE: 

Bar Rooms and Drinking Saloons,* from 812 50 to $1 75 

Bazaars, using Dice and Games of Chance 200 

Butchers 25 

Dance and Fandango Houses 100 

Gambling — Monte, Faro, &c, (each table) 100 

Gambling — Billiards aud Bowling Alleys, (each) 10 

Gambling — Bagatelle and Shuffle Boards, (each) 10 

Hotels and Boarding Houses, with Wines, etc 50 

Mock Auctions and " Cheap Johns" 100 

Pawnbrokers 250 

Peddling Dry Goods, Jewelry, etc 100 

Peddling Butchers' Meat ..." 25 

Powder, Pyrotechnics, etc. (selling) 20 

Public Markets (where stalls are rented) 250 

Public and Private Vehicles, from Si to 10 

1 taffies, by tickets, dice, etc 300 

Restaurants, with Wines and Liquors, from §25 to 175 

Runners and Passenger Solicitors 50 

Shipping Offices for Seamen 25 

Shooting (Pistol and Rifle) Galleries 10 

Slaughter Houses 100 

Street Stands for Candies, Cutlery, kc 25 

Theatres, Concerts, Exhibitions. Arc 100 

Each person applying for a renewal must produce the former license. 

William A. Matthews, City Tax Collector. 
Office — City Hall, San Francisco. Office hours from 10 to 3 o'clock. 

* Proprietors of Bar Rooms and Restaurants are required to bring- an abstract of their receipts or 
sales tor the previous quarter, ami to leave the same, under oath, with the Collector. 



BOARD OF PORT WARDENS. 

Office corner, of Clay and Drum streets, second floor. 
Entrance on Clay street. 
GEORGE SIMFTOX. I X. H. WYSE, 

THOMAS W. BREXXAX, WM. G. ROSS. 

Charles Wright, 



George M. Downs » 



The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows : 

Section 1. There shall be four Port AVardens for the Port of San Francisco, one for 
Sacramento City, and one for each and every other port of entry within this State, who 
shall be appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate, and shall 
hold office until their successors are appointed and qualified. Before entering upon the duties 



224 APPENDIX. — PORT WARDENS. 

of their office they shall take oath before some person authorized by law to administer oaths, 
for the faithful performance of their duties. 

Sec. 2. Of the Wardens appointed in San Francisco two or more shall be master 
mariners. They shall act in concert in the discharge of their duties, and shall be known as 
the Board of Port Wardens for the Port of San Francisco. 

Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the Port Wardens, when required by any person or 
persons interested in either vessel or cargo, to survey any and all vessels arriving in distress, 
or that have sustained damage or injury at sea, whether of sails, rigging, spars or other 
damage caused by stress of weather at sea, or through stranding, or collision or other acci- 
dent ; to survey the cargo, in whole or in part, laden on board such vessel, and also to sur- 
vey the hatches, stowage, and cargo of all vessels laden with general or assorted merchandise 
belonging to or consigned to various parties. 

Sec. 4. They shall keep a record in a book provided for such purpose, of all surveys, 
which shall be signed by the Warden making the survey, which shall at all times be open for 
inspection by any person or persons interested in the vessel or cargo surveyed, and all persons 
requiring it shall be furnished with certified copies of the same under the hand of one of the 
Wardens and seal of the Board. 

Sec. 5. In all surveys made by them they shall set forth clearly and fully the nature of 
the damage, if of merchandize, whether from actual contact with sea water or through the 
excess of water in the hold of the vessel, or from the humidity or sweat of the hold, bad 
stowage, or from such other cause or causes as in their judgment the damage has been 
occasioned by. If the survey be of a damaged vessel, they shall give a full account of all 
the loss and injury which she has sustained, and recommend the repairs. They shall state 
the value of the vessel in her damaged condition and also the value of the repairs recom- 
mended necessary to be made upon her, setting forth what parts are to be supplied with new 
and what part put in repair. 

Sec. 6. Whenever the Port Wardens shall deem it necessary they shall call to their 
assistance on a survey a ship carpenter, rigger, sail maker, or other persons practically 
acquainted with the merchandise to be surveyed, or part of the vessel to be repaired, who 
shall be sworn to examine properly and to render, with the Wardens, a correct ard faithful 
report of survey ; provided, that no additional charge shall be made therefor, and provided, 
there be no additional charge to the vessel unless their serving be required by the owner or 
agent of the vessel. 

Sec. 7. All wrecked or damaged vessels, or materials from the same, and all merchandise 
sold at public auction for account of underwriters residing abroad, when required by any 
party having an interest in the same, or for account of whom it may concern, or upon which 
claims are to be made against underwriters residing abroad, shall be sold under the inspection 
of the Wardens of the port, (or one of them) where such sale shall be made. And it shall 
be the duty of the Warden? to see that sound goods are separated from those damaged, and 
to certify especially the nature, and, as far as can be done, the extent of such damage. 
Provided, that nothing shall be construed in this act to give authority to Port Wardens to 
sell or dispose of any property that may have been surveyed by them without the consent of 
the owner or agent of the same. Nor when the settlement of losses has been agreed upon in 
writing by the parties interested and a copy thereof given to the Wardens. 

Sec. 8. In case sales shall be made at auction uuder the direction of the Port Wardens, 
they shall give or cause to be given at least three days' notice of the same by publication in 
some newspaper published in the county where the survey is made, describing the articles to 
be sold, and if merchandise, the vessel by which imported, and if a wrecked or damaged 
vessel, or materials of the same, the name of the vessel and where from. If no newspaper is 
published in the place where the sale is made, then a written notice of such sale shall be 
posted up in the vicinity. 

Sec. 9. Port AVardens shall neither directly or indirectly have any connection •with 
insurers of this State, or of any other of the States, or of foreign countries, or with the 
agents or representatives of such insurers so far as their duties as Port Wardens are con- 
cerned, they shall not in any manner be interested directly or indirectly in any repairs they 
may recommend, nor in any vessel, cargo,«or portion of cargo they may be required to survey. 
The violation of this provision shall be deemed and punished as a misdemeanor. 

Sec. 10. For each and every survey the Port Wardens shall be entitled to fifteen 
dollars, which shall be paid by the owners, masters, or consignees, the amount not to exceed 
altogether for any one vessel the sum of seventy-five dollars. Foreign vessels not admitted 
by treaty on terms of equality with American bottoms, shall pay fifty per cent, advance on 
this rate. For all separate certificates of survey required by different consignees, they shall 
be entitled to a fee of two dollars and fifty cents, ($2 50) and for each order of sale they shall 
be allowed ten dollars. 



APPENDIX. — PILOTS, ETC. 



225 



Sec. 11. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, other than Port Wardens 
appointed according to law, to perform any of the duties prescribed in this act, and any per- 
son or persons who shall violate the provisions of this section shall be liable to a penalty of 
not less than five hundred dollars nor more than one thousand dollars for each offence, to be 
recovered* in any court of competent jurisdiction, by the Board of Port Wardens, in the 
name of the people of the State of California. The amount of the recovery to be paid to 
the officer duly authorized to receive moneys for the Marine Hospital for the benefit of such 
Hospital. 

Sec. 12. The duties, requirements, provisions and fees applicable in this act to the Board 
of Port Wardens of San Francisco, shall be applicable in all respects to each of the Port 
Wardens of such other ports as Wardens may be appointed for. And such penalties as may 
be recovered under this act in such other ports, shall be paid into the funds belonging to any 
hospital which may be established in such port, and if there be no hospital in such port, then 
such penalties shall be paid as provided in the eleventh section of this act. 

Sec. 13. AH acts heretofore passed relative to Port Wardens are hereby repealed. 



Pilots, efce. 



Old Line Pilots. 
Office Cunningham's Wharf. 
PILOT-. 
W. C. Amos, 
James Daley, 
JOHH Delavoe, 
John P. Goodmankon, 
Wm. H. Griffin, 

W. H. JoLLIFFK, 

R. M. Ling. 

T. LlTTO.V, 

Wm. Litton, 
P. McNally, 
Thomas Rogers, 
James S. Urie. 

BOATS : 
Fanny, Relief, and Golden Gate. 

Opposition Line Pilots. 

Office corner of Jackson and East streets, 2d 
floor, (entrance on Jackson street. J 
PILOTS. 
Charles L. Abbott, 
C. H. Dornett, 
Wm. E. Dornett, 
B. F. Ford, 
J. L. Fowler, 
Enoch Jaques, 
Wm. Marden, 
Daniel Murphy, 
Wm. W. Neal, 
E. H. Palmer, 
Chas. E. Sampsom, 
Henry Yan Ness. 

BOATS. 

Dancing Feather, Daniel Webster and 
Favorite. 



Merchants' Line Pilots. 

Office on Va/lejo street icharf. 
PILOTS. 
A. S. Buckingham, 
John Ingram, 
Samuel 0. Nathan, 
John F. Schandler, 
William N. Shelley, 
Andrew S. Young, 
James C. Dayley, Sec. 

BOATS. 
Walter Francis and Empire. 

Pilot Commissioners. 

Office 87 Davis street, 2d floor. 
GEO. COOK, President of the Board. 

COMMISSIONERS. 
J. B. Thomas, 
Chares Welch, 
Wm. C. Hoff, 
N. S. Pettit. 

Stephen R. Harris, Sec'ry. 

Port Charges of San Francisco. 

Pilotage outside Farralone3, $10 per foot.. 

Pilotage inside Farralones, §8 per foot. 

Tonnage dues, 4 cents per ton. 

Dockage, 3 to 6 cents per ton per day. 

Stevedores' charges, 80 cents per ton. 

Shipping men, $5 each. 

Ballast, rough stone, $2 50 per ton. 

Ballast, cobble stone, $3 per ton. 

Sand, §1 75 per ton. 

Water, \y 2 cents per gallon. 

Day labor, $5. 

Port Warden, §30 to 375. 



29 



226 APPENDIX. — POST OFFICE 



SAN FEANCISCO POST OFFICE. 

SOUTH-EAST CORNER OF CLAY AND KEARNY STREETS. 

nv Tr nTT -pa ( From April to October, .... 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. 
0H,]U MUUKte.j From October t0 April) .... g A. M. to 5 P. M. 

The following is a list of the officers and employees connected with the San Francisco Post 
Office: 

THOMAS J. HENLEY Post Master. 

JOHN FERGUSON Assistant P. M. 

W. A. INGRAM Cashier. 

Wilmot Martin Box Clerk. 

Geo. A. Henley Assistant Box Clerk. 

Rufus K. Porter Mailing Clerk. 

Hiram F Henley Assistant Mailing Clerk. 

Timothy Page, F. B. Capass, L Hinckley, D. McClel- ) General Deli Clerks . 

land, W. W. Armstrong, J. Matthews ) 3 

James A. Wheaton Ladies' Department. 

P. Aguste, J. Covillard Foreign Department. 

J. S. Dungan Registry Clerk. 

I. M. Ward Porter and Night Watm. 

Beside the above, temporary clerks are employed on the arrival and dispatch of the great 
Atlantic mails. 

ATLANTIC MAILS. — The great mails for the Atlantic States and Europe leave on the 
1st and 16th of each mouth. The mails close at the office at 10 o'clock, p. m., of the evening 
previous. 

Mails for Sacramento and the Northern Mines close daily at 3 o'clock, p. m. ; for Benicia, 
Vallejo,&c, at the same hour. 

Mails for Stockton and the Southern Mines close daily at 3 o'clock, p. St. 

Mails for San Jose, &c, close daily at 7 o'clock, a. m. 

Mails for Monterey, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, San Diego, Acapulco, Panama, South 
America, and the West Indies, are dispatched regularly on the 1st and 16th of each month. 

Mails for CHINA, the SANDWICH ISLANSS, and AUSTRALIA, are forwarded 
from the Post Office by every suitable opportunity, containing all letters and papers,, the 
inland postage of which is pre-paid to San Francisco — leaving the sea postage to be collected 
in the ports where the mails are delivered. 

RATES OF POSTAGE. 

LETTER POSTAGE— On any letter, manuscript, or paper of any kind, containing marks 
or writing, and not exceeding one half ounce in weight. 

From any point in California, Oregon or Utah, to any other point in said State or Terri- 
tories, 3 cents pre-paid, and 5 cents unpaid. 

From California, Oregon or Utah, to San Bias, Mazatlan, Acapulco, or other ports in 
Mexico, on the Pacific. 10 cents, pre-paid. 

From California, Oregon, or Utah, to any point east of the Rocky Mountains, 6 cents pre- 
paid, 10 cents unpaid. 

From California, Oregon or Utah, to Panama, 20 cents, pre-paid. 

From California, Oregon or Utah, to points in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Chili, or places 
in New Grenada beyond Panama, 32 cents on letters sent, 20 cents on letters received, sin- 
gle, in all cases to be pre-paid. (This includes the entire American and South American 
postage.) 

From California, Oregon or Utah, to any point in Canada, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia 
or Newfoundland, 15 cents single, paid or unpaid, at the option of the writer. 

From California, Oregon or Utah, to Havana, Cuba, 20 cents, pre-paid. 

From California, Oregon or Utah, to the British West Indies, viz : Antigua, Barbadoes, 
Bahamas, Berbice, Curacoa, Demerara, Dominica, Essequibo, Grenada, Honduras, Jamaica, 
Montserrat, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Tobago, Tortola or Trinidad, 20 cents, (American postr 
age,) pre-paid. 

From California, Oregon or Utah, to the West India Islands, (not British.) Mexico, ports 
or points in the Gulf of Mexico, or places on the Atlantic coast of South America not in 
British possessions, 45 cents, pre-paid. 



APPENDIX. — RATES OF POSTAGE 



227 



From California, Oregon or Utah, to England, Ireland or Scotland, 29 cents ; Germany, 
30 cents ; Denmark, 37 cents ; Sweden, 42 cents; Norway, 48 cents; Russia, 37 cents — 
paid or unpaid, at the option of the writer. 

The postage to the following countries must be in all cases pre-paid, or the letters will not 
be forwarded : France, 26 cents ; Belgium, 21 cents ; Holland, 21 cents ; the Roman States 
and Naples, 30 cents. 

POSTAGE ON PRINTED MA TTER.— Newspapers, periodicals, unsealed circulars, 
or other articles of printed matter, (except books,) when sent to any part of the United States : 
weighing 3 ounces or under, 1 cent ; over three and not over four ounces. 2 cents and so on at 
the same ratio. 

Xewspapers and periodicals, when circulated in the State where published, weighing not 
over 1 1 2 ounces, x / z cent. 

Small newspapers, published monthly or oftener, and pamphlets not containing more than 
16 octavo pages, when sent in single packages to one address, and pre-paid by postage 
stamps, when weighing at least 8 ounces, 4 cents : for every additional ounce. l ., cent. 

Books, bound or unbound, not weighing over 4 pounds, for any distance under 3,000 miles, 
pre-paid, 1 cent per ounce ; for any distance over 3,000 miles, pre-paid, weighing one ounce 
or under, 2 cents ; over one ounce and under two ounces, 4 cents j and so on at the same ratio. 

Transient newspapers, periodicals, &c, sent to any part of the United States, not pre-paid : 
weighing 3 ounces or under, 2 cents ; over 3 ounces or under 4 ounces, 4 cents ; and so on 
at the same ratio. 

Directions. 

1 . Transient matter, to be entitled to the benefits of the rates first above mentioned, must 
be pre-paid at the mailing office. If not prepaid, it is subject to double said rates. 

2. Small newspapers, when sent in packets of less than 8 ounces, must be rated singly. 

3 Books, sent unpaid, are subject to a postage of 50 per cent., in addition to their pre- 
paid rates. 

4. The weight of newspapers, or other printed matter, must be taken or determined when 
they are in a dry state ; and when the weight of any hook or publication exceeds one pound, 
the same progressive rates, above laid down, must be charged. 

5. Newspapers, periodicals, magazines, or any other printed matter, must be sent without 
any covers or wrappers, or in covers or wrappers open at the ends or sides, so that the char- 
acter of the matter contained therein may be determined without removing such wrappers. 

6. In case there is on or in any newspaper, periodical, pamphlet, or other printed matter, 
or paper connected therewith, any manuscript of any kind, by which information shall be 
asked for or communicated in writing, or by marks or signs, or the directions herein pre- 
scribed arc in any other respect not complied with, the same becomes subject to letter post- 
age ; and it is the duty of the Post Master to remove the wrappers or envelopes from all 
printed matter, not charged with letter postage, for the purpose of ascertaining whether there 
is upon or connected with such printed matter, or in such package, any matter or thing which 
would authorize or require the charge of a higher rate of postage theieon. 



Quarterly Rates of Postage, when paid in advance, on Newspapers and Periodicals sent from 
the office of publication, to actual subscribers. 



QUARTERLY RATES OF POSTAGE. 



S a 






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Weekly Newspapers, (one copy only.) sent to actual 
subscribers within the county where published and 
printed, 

Newspapers and Periodicals, not exceeding one and 
a half ounces in weight, when circulated in the State 
where published 

Newspapers and Periodicals of the weight of three 
ounces and uuder, sent to any part of the U. States,. 

Over three and not over four ounces . . . , 

Over four and not over five ounces, 

Over five and not over six ounces, 

Over six and not over seven ounces, 

Over seven and not over eight ounces, 



22% 

91 

136^ 

182 " 

227K 
273 " 



exs, 

Free. 



19 & 



39 
78 
117 
156 
195 
234 



39 " 

97K 
117" 



6M 

13 
26 
39 
52 
65 
78 



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6K 
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26 
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39 * 



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12 

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6 

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228 APPENDIX. — FOREIGN CONSULS. 

Directions. 

1. When the weight of any publication exceeds eight ounces, the same progressive rate of 
postage laid down in the above table must be charged. 

2. Publishers of newspapers and periodicals may send to each other, from their respective 
offices of publication, free of charge, one copy of each publication, and may also send to each 
actual subscriber, enclosed in their publications, bills and receipts for the same, free of post- 
age. 

3. Post masters are not entitled to receive newspapers free of postage under their franling 
privilege. 

4. If the publisher of any newspaper or periodical, after being three months duly notified 
that his publication is not taken out of the office to which it is sent for delivery, continues 
to forward such publication in the mail, the post master to whose office such publication is 
sent will dispose of the same for the postage, unless the publisher shall pay it ; and whenever 
any printed matter of any description, received during one quarter of the fiscal year, shall 
have remained in the office without being called for during the whole of any succeeding quar- 
ter, the post master of such office will sell the same, and credit the proceeds of such sale in 
his quarterly accounts, in the usual manner. 

5. Quarterly payments in advance may be made either at the mailing office or the office of 
delivery. When made at the mailing office, satisfactory evidence of such payment must be 
exhibited to the post master at the office of delivery. 



FOREIGN CONSULS IN SAN FBANCISCO. 



Austria— S. J. GOWER. 

Belgium — H. HACHETTE, Sansome street, near Washington. 

Bremen — A. VAN WEYMAN, (Acting Julius Schultze, Leppien & Co., California st.) 

Great Britain — GEORGE AIKEN, corner California and Leidesdorff streets. 

Chili — SAMUEL PRICE, Montgomery street, between Washington and Jackson. 

China — NORMAN ASSING, Sacramento street, between Kearny and Dupont. 

Costa Rica and Gautamala — SAMUEL H. GREEN, 47 and 49 California street. 

Denmark— JOSEPH FRONTIN, Clay street, between Battery and Front, 

Ecuador — DANIEL WOLF, 92 Jackson street, second floor. 

France — P. DILLON, Jackson street, above Powell. 

Hamburg— ALFRED GODEFFROY, (absent,) KIRCHHOFF, (acting,) Sacramento st. , 

near Battery. 
Hanover— 0. H. FANK, 70 Battery street, 2d floor, 

Hawaii — CHAS. E. HITCHCOCK, California street, between Battery and Front. 
Mecklenburg Schwerix — J. D. FREMF^RY, Sansome street, near Jackson. 
Mexico— W. E. BARRON, Merchant street, above Montgomery. 
Netherlands— J. P. II. GILDEMF^ESTER, 168 Sansome street. 
New Grenada — J. A. MOCATTA, California street, above Stockton. 
Nicaragua — E. CASAFOUSTH, corner of Clay and Montgomery streets. 
Norway and Sweden — J. J. HERLICH, Clay street, between Battery and Front. 
Oldenburg— FI. F. VAN LENGERKE, Battery street, corner Pine. 
Peru— CHAS. B. POLHF^MUS, (Alsop & Co.,) California street, between Sansome and 

Leidesdorff. 
Portugal — H. B. WILBEY, Vice, Jackson street, near Front, 2d floor. 

" JOHN SF1ARLE, Battery, near Jackson street: 

Prussia— ALFRED GODEFFROY, (absent;) KIRCHHOFF, (acting) Sacramento st., 

near Batterv. 
Russia— P. KOSTROMITINOFF, 146 Montgomery, 2d floor, 
Sardinia — F. BIF]STA, Vice, Jackson street, corner Mason. 

Spain— J. M. DE SATRUSTEGUI, Jackson street, near Pacific. (Craig's Building.) 
Switzerland— THEOPHILE DE RUTTE, Clay street, between Battery and Front. 



APPENDIX. — P UBLIC SCHOOLS 



229 



Legal Value of Foreign Coin. 

Franc of France and Belgium 80 18 6-10 

Florin of Netherlands 40 

Florin of Southern States of Germany 40 

Guilder of Netherlands 40 

Livere Tournois of France 18 j 

Lira of the Lombardo Venitian Kingdom 16 

Lira of Tuscany 16 

Lira of Sardinia 18 6-10 

Milrea of Portugal 1 12 

Milrea of Azo/es 83} 3 ' 

Marc Banco of Hamburg 35 

Pound Sterling of Great Britain 4 .-4 

Pound Sterling of British Provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, 

New Foundland au<l Canada 4 00 

Dollars of Mexico, Peru. Chili, and Central America 1 00 

Pagoda of [ndia 1 

Real Vellon of Spain 5 

Real Plate of Spaiu 10 

Rupee Company 44 ' .. 

Rupee of British India 4 1'.. 

Specie Dollar of Denmark 1 (>."> 

Kix Dollar, or Thaler of Prussia and the Northern States of Germany, G!> 

Rix Dollar of Bremen .". ~,-' x 

Ruble Silver of Russia 7."> 

Specie Dollar of Sweden and Norway 1 06 

Florin of Austria 4S '.,' 

Ducat of Naples B0 

Uunce of Sicily 2 40 

Tael of China 1 48 

Leghorn Livres. 16 



FREE COMMON SCHOOLS 0F_THE CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO. 

W. H. O'GRADV, Esq., Superintendent of Free Common Schools. 



Board of Education — 

Hon. 0. K. Garrison - , Presdent. 
C. O. Wbst, Esq. 
J. R. Rose, Esq. 

W. H. Tai.mage. Es(|. 
H.J. Wki.i.s. Esq. 

School Commissioners for San Francisco Co. — 
Hon. P. A. Mobse, 
J. B. Devob, 
Dr. P. M.O'Bbikn. 

District No. 1 . . Rincon Point .... Organized 
January 6th, l v "»li. Teachers. 
Dr. Stii.lman Holmes and Miss 
Marian Bain. 

District No. 2.. Bosh street, between Mont- 
gomery aud Sansome. . Organ- 
ized Nov. 17th, 1851. Teach- 
ers, Mr. James Denman, Miss 
A'n.n a E. Sanford and Mrs. E. 
Wright. 

District No. 3. .Washington st., below Stock- 
ton .. Organized Dec 22d, 1851.1 
Teachers, Mrs. E. H. Holmes. 
Miss Harriet A. Hancke and 
Miss Mart S. Haynes. 



District Xo. 4. . Corner Broadway and Mont- 
gomery sts... Organized June 
7th, 1*52. Teaehers. Ahira 
Holmes. Miss Helen M. Al- 
lyne and Miss Clara M. Sils- 

BEE. 

District Xo. 5. .N'th Beach. .Organized Nov. 
19th, 1851. Teachers, Mr. H. 
P. Carlton. Miss A. W. Mil- 
iary and Mrs. 0. P. Ccd- 

WORTIl. 

District No. 6 .. Spring Valley... Organized 
Feb. 9th, 1852. Teacher. Mr. 
Joseph C. Morrill. 

Distmct Xo. 7.. Mission Dolores. .Organized 
May 10th, 1 8 5 2 . Teacher, M iss 
Clara B. Walbridce. 

The report of the Superintendent shows the 
total number of scholars in attendance at the 
schools, during the quarter ending Oct., 1853, 
to be 1.399. From the valedictory report of 
T. J. Nevixs. Superintendent, we learn that 
there is now in the city more than 3,000 chil- 
dren of suitable ages for the schools. 



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APPENDIX. — PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



BOUNDARIES OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS. 



Happy Valley District. .Bounded on the N. by 
Pine and Market streets ; E. by 
the Bay ; S. by Howard street, 
and W. by Harris and Leaven- 
worth streets. 

Rincon Point District. .Includes that part of 
the city lying S. of Howard at. 
and E. of Harris street. 

Mission District . . Includes that part of the 
city S. of Spring Valley Dis- 
trict, and W. of Harris and 
Leavenworth streets. 

Clark's Point District . .Includes that part of 
the city E. of Kearny street, 
and N. of Jackson street. 



Central District . . Bounded N. by Vallejo and 
Jackson streets, E. by Kearny 
street and the Bay, S. by Mar- 
ket and Pine streets, and W. 
by Leavenworth street. 

Spring Valley District. .Includes that part of 
the city N. of an extension of 
the line of Pine street, W. to 
the city line, and W. of Leaven- 
worth street. 

North Beach District . . Bounded N. by the Bay, 
E. by Kearny street, S. by Val- 
lejo street, and W. by Leaven- 
worth street. 



CONDITION OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



Within the solar year ending Dec. 31st, 
1853, no new schools have been established in 
this city under the \provisious of the " School 
Law, Chapter 5, Section 1," title " Cities." 
The schools are at present as follows : 
No. 1 . . Corner of First and Folsom streets : 

building 35 by 18 feet ; rent per month $L5 
No. 2.. Bush street, between Sansome and 

Montgomery ; building 80 by 24 ; rent, 200 
No. 3. . Washington st.. between Stockton 

and Dupont ; two buildings — one 50 by 

25; the other 35 by 20 ; rent for the 

whole 175 

No. 4. .Corner of Broadway and Dupont 

streets ; building 05 by 30 ; rent 175 

No. 5. .Washington square ; building GO 

by 30 ; rent 80 

No. 0. .Spring Valley ; building 35 by 20 ; 

rent — 

No. 7 .. Mission Dolores; building 25 by 

16; rent ". 40 



Amount of monthly rents $685 

Grade of Schools, Teachers, etc. — 

No. 1 . . Primary and Grammar ; teachers, 
one male and one female ; present num- 
ber of pupils 97 

No. 2. .Primary and Grammar ; teachers, 
one male and two females ; number of 
pupils 285 

No. 3. .Primary and Grammar ; teachers, 
one male and two females ; number of 
pupils 260 

No. 4. .Primary and Grammar; teachers, 
one male and two females ; number of 
pupils 165 

No. 5. .Primary and Grammar; teachers, 
one male and two females ; number oi 
pupils 255 

No. 6.. Mixed; one teacher; number of 
pupils 67 

No. 7. .Mixed ; one female teacher ; num- 
ber of pupils 49 

Whole attendance at present .... 1178 



The course of studies adopted consists of 
Orthography, Reading, Writing, Vocal Mu- 
sic, Geography, Arithmetic, English Gram- 
mar, Elocution, Natural Philosophy. History, 
Book-keeping, Drawing, Primary Physiology. 
(The last four branches not fully pursued) 

The text books recommended and used are 
as follows: Town's Speller and Definer; 
Town's and Swan's Readers, with Parker's 
Rhetorical Reader ; Fulton & Eastman's and 
Denton's Penmanship ; Singing School Com- 
panion ; Smith's Primary and Quarto Geog- 
raphies, and Mitchell's Geography and Atlas; 
Emerson's Primary, Golburn's Mental, and 
Davies' Written Arithmetics ; Weld's Eng- 
lish Grammar ; Lovell's, Munu's, Northend's, 
ami Zachos' Oratory ; Parker's Primary Com- 
pendium of Philosophy, (Natural ;) Willard's 
History of the United States ; Fulton & East- 
man's Book-keeping ; (no system of Drawing 
yet pursued ;) and Gutter's Primary Physiol- 
ogy, with plates and charts. 
The number of children and youth in the city, 
between the ages of four and eighteen years, 
as reported at the end of the school year, 

(Oct. 31st, 1852,) was 2,050 

Attending school at the same time 791 

At the close of the schcfol year, 1852, 

there were in the city 2,730 

Males 1,400 

Females 1,330 

Attending school at same time 1,399 

Expenditures — 

The total amount of salaries for the year, at 
SI 50 a mouth for male teachers, and $100 
a month for female teachers, is $24,904 18 

For rent 4,827 67 

Repairs, and fitting op school houses, 3,871 37 
Incidentals and sundries 830 29 

All amounting to «34,433 51 

Average monthly expenditure.... $2,869 45 
Property of the Schools — 

The following lots of land set apart for the 
use of the Free Public Schools, by the Com- 



APPEND IX — NEW SPA PEES 



231 



missioners of the Funded Debt, on the 17th of j Fifty vara lot, Xo. 345, corner of California 

Sept., 1852, and ratified by the Common ' and Mason streets. 

Council, Nov. 4th, 1852 : Fifty vara lot, Xo. 462, corner of Kearny 

Hundred vara lot, Xo. 128, corner of Mar- ; and Filbert streets. 

ket and Fifth streets. Fifty vara lot, Xo. 663, corner of Taylor 

Hundred vara lot, Xo. 174, corner of Har- and Yallejo streets. 

rison and Fourth streets. Fifty vara lot, Xo. 695, corner of Francis- 

Hundred vara lot, Xo. 258, corner of Har- co and Stockton streets. 

ris and Folsom streets. Fifty vara lot, Xo. 732, corner of Harrison 

Fifty vara lot, Xo. 301, corner of Bush and and Fremont streets. 

Stockton streets. 



ST. PATRICK'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, SCHOOL AND ORPHAN 

ASYLUM. 

LOCATED IN HAPPY VALLEY, SAN FRANCISCO. 



Founded on the 9th day of June, 1851, (the festival of Pentecost,) by the permission 
of the Right Rev. Joseph Ai.imaw, Bishop of Monterey, by Rev. John Maginnis, Curt, 
of the Diocese of Monterey. 

A house was rented on the corner of Third and Jesse streets, in which mass was said 
on every Sunday for three months, at 1(1 o'clock, A. M. On the first Sunday of September, 
1851, mass was celebrated in the building now occupied and known as St. Patrick's Church, 

A school was established at the same time that the Church was opened at the corner of 
Third and Jessie streets, in the same building, which was also removed to the Church build- 
ing on the 1st of September. The school opened with only three scholars, the church with 
sixteen persons ; both church and school are now in a very flourishing condition ; the former 
is now a very large and respectable congregation, and the latter numbers over two hundred 
and fifty scholars. 

The site of the present church building is on 100 vara lot Xo. 23, between Second aud 
Third streets, fronting mi .Market — the most spacious street in the city. 

The church and schools are attended by the Sisters ot Charity, five in number, under 
the superintendence of Sister Frances Assishm McEnnis, as sister servant. The colony 
is a branch of the house of St. Joseph, near Emmettsburg, Maryland ; they arrived in San 
Francisco, in August. 1852. Seven left the mother house, two died on the Isthmus on their 
way to this city. Their school for young ladies is one of the most respectable in the State. 
The Sisters have charge of an Orphan Asylum, attached to the Church. There are at 
present fifty children in the institution under the kind and maternal care of the Sisters. 

The present building is not large enough for the accommodation of the great number 
that is in attendance — a larger house is about to be erected. 

Mass is celebrated on every Sunday, at seven and eleven o'clock, A. M., and on week 
days at six o'clock, A. M. 

The schools are open five days in each week, from 9 o'clock, A. M., to 3 o'clock, P. M. 
The church and schools are under the special supervision of the Rev. John Maginnis, 
Pastor of the Church. 



Newspapers Published in San Francisco. 



ALTA CALIFORXIA-Published daily by 
Kemble & Conner, at Battello's Building, 
136 Montgomery street. Editors : C. 

A. Poi.LARD, E.G. BUFFTJM, J. S. HlT- 
TELL, H. E. BOSWORTH. 

CALIFORNIA CHROXICLE— Published 

daily, by Frank ISoule & Co. Office, S. 

E. corner Montgomery and Merchant 

streets 
C ALI FORXIA COURIER — Published 

daily, (Sundays excepted) by Judge Jas. 

M. Crane, 146 Montgomery street. 



CALIFORN IA DEMOCRAT— Published 
every morning, (except Monday) by Dr. 
Loehr, Celbrecht, Waumann, Ruh & 
"Wagner. Office, 131 California street. 

CALIFORXIA TEMPERAXCE OR- 
GAX — Published weekly by an associa- 
tion. Office, 151 Clay street, 3d floor. 
A. C. Manning, Agent. 

CATHOLIC STAXDARD — Published 
weekly by W. Hamill & Co. Office, 186 
"Washington street. 



232 APPENDIX. — NEWSPAPERS — BANKING HOUSES 



CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE —Published 
weekly by a committee. Office, 148 Clay 
street. Editor : Rev. S. D. Slmonds. 
Calvin Lathrop, Agent. 

DAILY NEWS— Published daily. (Sundays 
excepted) by Bartlett & Pinkham. Of- 
fice, 35 Commercial, corner Front street. 
Editor : W. Bartlett. 

DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER— Published 
every morning by Edwd. A. Theller, 
Editor and Proprieter. Publication Of- 
fice 123 Sacramento street. 

ECHO DU PACIFIQUE— Published week- 
ly, by Monsieur Derbec. Office, Alta 
Buildings, Washington street, corner 
Erenham Place. 

EVENING JOURNAL— Published daily 
(Sundays excepted) by Chas. H. Pierce 
<fc Co. Office, Commercial, near Leids- 
dorff street. Editor : D. K Brown. 

EVENING PICAYUNE— Published ev- 
ery afternoon by Sterett <fc Russell. Of- 
fice, next Merchant's Exchange, Sacra- 
mento street, below Montgomery. 

GOLDEN ERA— Published weekly by J. 
Macdonough Foard & Rollin M . Dag- 
gett, Editors and Proprietors. Office, 
186 Montgomery street, 2d floor. 

LE MESSAGER— Published weekly, by 
A. De Lachapelle & Co. Office, 35 Com- 
mercial street, 2d floor. Editor : A. De 
Lachapelle. 

PLACER TIMES AND TRANSCRIPT 
— Published daily, (Sundays excepted) 
by Geo. Kerr & Co. Office, Sacramento 



street, a few doors below Montgomery. 
Editors : Geo. Kerr, B. F. Washing- 
ton. J. E. Lawrence, J. C. Haswell. 

PRICES CURRENT AND SHIPPING 
LIST — Publishefl every week on the day 
previous to the sailing of the Mail 
Steamers, by Bonnard, Johnson & Doyle. 
Office, 130 Sansome street, 2d floor. 

SAN FRANCISCO COMMERCIAL AD- 
VERTISER— Published every morn- 
ing, (Sundays excepted) by Whelpley & 
Wells. Office, 148 Montgomery street. 
Editors : Jas. D. Whelpley, Wm. V. 
Wells. 

SAN FRANCISCO DAILY HERALD— 
Published every morning, by John Nu- 
gent, Editor and Proprietor. Office, 120 
Montgomery street. 

THE PACIFIC— Published weekly, by J. 
W. Douglas, Editor and Proprietor . 
Office, Armory Hall, 3d floor. 

THE SUN— Published Daily, (Sundays ex- 
cepted) by Francis A. Bonnard. Office, 
130 Sansome Block. 

UNCLE SAM— Published weekly, by C. P. 
Kimball. Office, at the Noisy Carrier's 
Publishing Hall, Commercial street, be- 
low Sansome. 

THE CALIFORNIA FARMER— Pub- 
lished every Thursday, by John F. Morse 
& Co. Office, Musical Hall Building, 
2d floor 

THE PIONEER, OR CALIFORNIA 
M ONTHLY MAGAZINE— Publish- 
ed monthly, by W. H. Brooks & Co. 
Office, at LeCount <fe Strong's. 



Banking Houses in San Francisco. 



ADAMS & CO., Montgomery street, near 

California. 
ARGENTI, F., & CO., 2d floor of Argenti's 

Buildiug, Montgomery street, near Com- 

mproiH I 

BURGOYNE & CO., corner of Montgom- 
ery and Washington streets. 

CAROTHERS, ANDERSON & CO., 
Montgomery street, near Sacramento. 

DAVIDSON, B., N. W. corner of Mont- 
gomery and Commercial streets. 

DREXEL.'SATHER & CHURCH, N. E. 
corner of Montgomery and Commercial 
streets 

GODEFFROY, SILLEM & CO., corner 
of Clay and Loidesdorff streets. 

GUY, ABEL, AVashington street, near San- 
some. 

KING, JAMES OF WM., S. W. corner of 
Montgomery and Commercial streets. 

LUCAS, TURNER & CO., No. 104 Mont- 
gomery street. 



PAGE, BACON & CO., N. W. corner of 
Montgomery and California streets. 

PALMER, COOK & CO.. N. W. corner of 
Kearnev and Washington streets. 

ROBINSON & CO., (Savings Bank) S. W. 
corner of Montgomery and Clay streets. 

SANDERS & BRENHAM, Montgomery 
street, near Commercial. 

TALLANT & WILDE, N. W. corner of 
Montgomery and Clay streets. 

T1MMERMAN & CO., (Savings Bank) cor- 
ner of Clay and Sansome streets. 

WELLS, FARGO & CO., Express Buildings, 
N. E. corner of Montgomery and Cali- 
fornia streets. 

WOOLSEY, J. L., & CO., (Savings Bank) 
No. 31 Commercial street. 

WRIGHT'S, Dr. A. S. (Exchange and Sav- 
ings Bank) Armory Hall Building, cor- 
ner of Montgomery and Sacramento 
streets. 



APPENDIX. — INSURANCE COMPANIES, ETC. 233 



Assay Offices. 



KELLOGG <fc RICHTER. 106 Montgom- I WAS3. MOLITOR & CO., 89 Merchant 
ery street, (Basement.) street, near Montgomery. 

DR. A. 9. WRIGHT'S. Armory Hall Building, Montgomery street. 



INSURANCE AND ASSURANCE COMPANIES 

IX SAX FRAXCISCO. 

Mutual Marine and Fire Insurance. 

CAPITAL AXD ASSETS $700,000. 

Hudson Eiver Marine and Fire Insurance Company 

of New York. 

Securely invested in Bonds and Mortgages Si 54.547 84 

Notes in advance for Premiums 100,000 00 

Bank Stock held by the Company 13.400 00 

Cash on Interest, subject to call 35.018 24 

Cash on hand and Bills Receivable 4T.8G3 05 

8350.829 13 
ABIJAH PECK, President. 
James Noxox. Secretary. 

Franklin Marine and Fire Insurance Company of 

New York. 

Securely invested in Bonds and Mortgagee 8144.000 00 

Notes in advance for Premiums 100.000 00 

Cash on Interest, subject to call 64367 04 

Cash on hand, and Bills Receivable, 43,715 22 

8352,582 26 
CADY HOLLISTER, President. 
William L. Avert, Secretary. 

Office of the California Asrency, North-East corner of Sacramento and Leidesdorff 
streets, San Francisco. CORNELIUS K. GARRISON, Agent. 

Home Insurance Company of New York. 

CASH CAPITAL $500,000. 
Office of the California Asrencv, 110 Montgomery street, San Francisco. 

W. J. PARDEE, Agent. 

The Liverpool and London Fire and Life Insurance 

Company. 

AUTHORISED CAPITAL £2,000,000, OR $10,000,000. 

Paid up Capital 81,000,000. 

Surplus and Reserved Funds §1,250.000. 

Office of the California Agency, 106 Montgomery street, San Francisco. 

J. P. HAVEN, Agent. 



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234 APPENDIX . — I NSURANCE COMPANIE S — EXPRESSES. 



Imperial Fire Insurance Company. 

Head Office, 1 Old Broad Street, London. 
Instituted 1803. 

SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL $8,000,000. 

Office of the California Ag-ency, No. 128 California street, San Francisco. 

FALKNER, BELL & CO., Agents. 



National Loan Fund Life Assurance Society. 

CAPITAL $2,500,000. 

GUARANTEE FUND $100,000. 

Directors of the Local Board, San Francisco : 
Hon. Judge Ogden Hoffman, Jr., U.-S. District Court of California. 
Hon. Judge David Chambers, of Page, Bacon & Co. 
Robert Rodgers. 

Florence Mahony, of Case, Heiser & Co. 
Beverly C. Sanders, of Sanders & Brenham, Bankers. 
Thomas G. Gary, of Macondray & Co. 
Henry Webster, of Paige & Webster. 
S. C. Simmons. 

Medical Examiners,,-' 
Arthur B. Stout, M. D. Charles Bertody, M. D. 

Office of the California Agency, 240 Washington street, between Dupont and Stockton, 
San Francisco. ARTHUR B. STOUT, Agent. 



Monarch Life Assurance Company, of London. 

SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL $1,500,000. 
SURPLUS FUND $700,000. 
Office of the California Agency, 126 California street, San Francisco. 

W. LANE BOOKER, Agent. 

British Commercial Life Insurance Company. 

Head Offices, 35 Cornhill, London, and 65 Wall street, New York. 
Established in 1820. 

CAPITAL $3,000,000. 

San Francisco Officers : 
Stephen R. Harris, M. D. ) ,, ,. , ^ 
Henry M. Gray, M. D. J Medical Examin ers. 
Office of the California Branch, 100 Merchant street, San Francisco. 

LUMLEY FRANKLIN, General Agent for the United Slates. 



Expresses and Express Offices 

IN SAN FRANCISCO. 



ADAMS & CO'S.— Office Parrott's Granite 
Building, Montgomery street, near Cali- 
fornia. Resident partner, D. Hale Has- 
kell ; Gen'l superintendent, I. C.Woods. 

BERFORD & CO'S.— Office 94 Merchant 
street, near Montgomery. Resident part- 
ner, T. J. Bayless. 

CRESCENT CITY EXPRESS.— Office, 
Post-Office Arcade. Proprietors, Le- 

LAND & McCOMBE. 



WELLS, FARGO & CO'S.— Office, Ex- 
press Building, N. E. corner of Mont- 
gomery and California streets. Resident 
Director, Col. Wm. J. Pardee. 

REED'S CITY DISPATCH POST.— 
Office at Adams & Co's., Parrott's Gran- 
ite Building, Montgomery street Pro- 
prietor, Henry Reed; Superintendent, 
J. B. Brown. 



APPENDIX. — CHAMBER OF COMMERCE — STAGES. ETC. 235 



Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco. 

Chambers— At MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE. No. 123 Sacramento street. 
Organized May 1st, 1850 ; Incorporated November 3d, 1851. 

OFFICERS : 

BEVERLY C. SANDERS President. 

GEORGE LEWIS COOKE First Vice President. 

GEORGE CLIFFORD, Second Vice President. 

LEWIS W. SLO AT, Secretary, Treasurer and Librarian. 

Committee of Appeals. 



D. L. ROSS, 

J. J. CHAUVITEAU, 

WILLIAM T. COLEMAN, 



J. B. THOMAS. 
EDWIN HERRICK, 
J. FRIEDLANDER. 



Places of Amusement. 



AMERICAN THE ATRE— Sansome street, 
corner of Halleck. John Jones, Propri- 
etor. Acting Manager, John J' 
Stage Manager, Jacob Thoman. Open 
nightly. 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE — Mont- 
gomery street, between Washington and 
Jackson. Mrs. Catharine N. Sinclair, 
Proprietress. Acting Manageress. Mrs. 
C. N. Sinclair. Stage Manager, J. B. 
Booth, Jr. Open nightly. 

OLYM PI C TH K ATRE— (Formerly Armo- 
ry Hall) — corner of Sansome and Wash- 
ington. Vinson, Beatty A Co., Pro- 
prietors. Closed. 



ADELPHI THEATRE — (French)— Du- 
pout street, near corner Clay. M. Paul, 
Proprietor. Open every Sunday evening. 

UNK >N THEATRE— (French)— Commer- 
cial street, above Kearny. Open every 
Sunday evening 

MBIGGS' MUSICAL HALL— Bush St., 
near corner of Montgomery. Henry 
Mkiggs. Proprietor.' 

SAN FRANClSlO HALL— Washington 
street, near corner Montgomery. Joseph 
Trench, Proprietor. 

GYMNASIUM — Battery street, between 
California and Pine. Frank Wheeler, 
Proprietor. Open day and evening. 



Stages and Stage Routes, 



UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.— Office, 
Kearny street, between Clay and Mer- 
chant. Dillon. Hedge A Co., Proprie- 
tors. Stages leave this office every mor- 
ning, at eight o'clock, for the following 
places, viz : San Mateo, Angelo House, 
Steinberger's Ranch, Hall's Ranch, Santa 
Clara, San Jose. Rates of Fare — To 
San Mateo §5 ; Angelo House 85 : 
Steinberger's Ranch 85 : Hall's Ranch 
§8 ; Santa Clara 88 ; San Jose 8b. 

UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.— Dil- 
lon, Hedge & Co., Proprietors. Office, 
Kearny street, between Clay and Mer- 



chant sts. Stages leave this office every 
Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, for San 
Juau. Santa Cruz and Monterey. Rates 
of Fare — To San Juan 815 ; Santa Cruz 
820 : Monterey $20. 
PEOPLE'S LINE— Dillon & Co., Pro- 
prietors. Office, Kearny street, between 
Clay and Merchant. Stages leave this 
office daily, at 1 o'clock. P. M., for the 
following places, viz : San Mateo, Angelo 
House. Steinberger's Ranch, and the Red 
'Woods. Rates of Fare — To San Mateo 
85 ; Angelo House 85 ; Steinberger's 
Ranch 85 ; Red Woods 85. 



Omnibus Routes. 



OLD LINE— Grim & Bowman. Proprietors. 
Leaves the Post-Office Buildings every 
30 minutes, from 7 A. M. to 6} 2 ' P. M. 
Through Kearny to Third, down Third 
to Mission, thence to Mission Dolores. 
Fare 50 cents on week days, and 81 on 
Sunday. 



NEW LINE — Grim &: Bowman, Propri'trs. 
Leaves the Post-Office Buildings every 
half hour, from 7 A. M. to 6>o P. M. 
Down Clay to Montgomery, through 
Montgomery to Bush, down Bush to 
Battery and First, through First to Fol- 
som, thence to Mission Dolores. Fare 50 
cents week days, 81 on Sunday. 



236 APPENDIX. — HOSPITALS. 

United States marine Hospital. 

Corner of Harrison and Spear Streets, Rincon Point. 

Corner Stone laid, April 7, 1852. — Building completed, Dee. 12, 1853. 

Commenced under the administration of PRESIDENT FILLMORE. 
Completed under the administration of PRESIDENT PIERCE. 



Commissioners of Public Buildings. 

RICHARD P. HAMMOND, Collector. 
SAMUEL J. BRIDGE, Appraiser. 

This building is situate on Rincon Point, an elevated piece of ground on the southeastern 
limit of the city, commanding a fine view of the surrounding country. The building is four 
stories high, built of brick. It consists of a central portion 414 feet front, and two wings, 
each 31 feet front by 96 feet deep, in the form of the Roman letter I. Its capacity is suffi- 
cient to contain 500 patients, and 700 might be accommodated. There are four piazzas of 
ornamental iron work on each side— one in front of each story. The building is admirably 
ventilated and copiously supplied with water from two wells and two cisterns. Two millions 
of bricks were consumed in the building, and its cost is estimated at .$250,000. 

Ajimi B. Young, Architect. G. Vkight, M. D., Apothecary; 

Reuben Clark. Superintendant. Geo. W. Kirby, Steward. 

Charles Hox\ier, Builder. Mrs. Kirby, Matron. 
Robt. McMillan, M. D. Phys'n and Sur. | 

Note. — This beautiful structure is prominent to all observers, and reflects great credit, 
both upon the Superintendant and Builder, the latter having used his liberal spirit and desire 
to give to the city of San Francisco a building not only an ornament, but so constructed 
for ventilation and convenience for the recovery of the sick within, that it will well compare 
with any Hospital in the States in this respect, or in symmetry and beauty of appearance. 



State Marine Hospital. 

STOCKTON STREET, BETWEEN BROADWAY AND VALLEJO STREETS, 

The present State Marine Hospital was created by act of Legislature, passed May 19th, 
1853, and went into operation from and after the 30th day of June, 1853. It was organ- 
ized by the appointment of the following named gentlemen as a Board of Trustees for the 
Institution : 

JOHN MIDDLETON, THOS. McCAHILL, 

CHAS. GALLAGHER, JAS. S. GRAHAM, and 

WM. McKIBBEN, Esqrs. 

Drs. S. B. MILLS and THOS. PAYNE, were appointed Resident Physicians. Drs. T. 
S. WHITE, WAKE BRIERLY and J. V. DICKINSON, Visiting Physicians. Dr. 
AUSTIN WING, Apothecary and Clerk. JAMES A. CLATJGHLEY, Steward ; and 
Mrs. ELIZA ELDRIDGE, Matron. 

Some 30 persons are employed in and about the institution as nurses, attendants, &c. 

The average number of patients in the Hospital is about 250, a large proportion of whom 
are of foreign birth. $100,000 were appropriated by the Legislature for its support for the 
first year of its existence, also power was given the Board of Trustees to contract with the 
city of San Francisco, for the support of its indigent sick. A contract for the city sick has 
been made, and the inmates of the Hospital are composed of the indigent sick of the State, 
and of the city of San Francisco, in about equal proportions. 

Previous to the organization of the present Hospital, there were supported by the State 
three similar institutions, situated respectively in the cities of San Francisco, (the site of 
the present institution) Sacramento and Stockton. The State Marine Hospital at San Fran- 
cisco, and the State Insane Asylum at the city of Stockton, are the only institutions for the 



APPENDIX. — HOSPITALS — CEMETERY. 237 

support of the indigent sick and insane sustained by the State. The State Marine Hospital 
is pleasantly located on Stockton street, between Broadway and Vallejo, streets commanding 
a partial view of the Bay of San Francisco from North Beach. The present Buildings are 
much better adapted for such an Institution than the ones first selected. 



Trustees and Treasurer of State Marine Hospital. 

Office : Room in the Old Post Office Building, opposite the Plaza. 



TRUSTEES 



John Middleton, Esq., President. 
Chas. Gallagher, Esq., Vice President 
Col. Graham, 



Thos. McCahill, Esq. 

"YVm. McKibben, Esq., Secretary. 

Geo. Andrews, Clerk of B. 0. T. 



treasurer of state marine hospital. 
EDWARD M'GOWAX, Esq. 
The above were the officers on the 1st of January, 1854. 



Private Hospitals. 

San Francisco Private Hospital. 

Battery Street, North of Vallejo Street, Clark's Point; Formtrly Fremont Hotel. 
H. GIBBONS, M. D. W. P. GIBBONS, M. D. 

Shuler's Private Hospital. 

West side of Mason Street, Between Jackson and Pacific. 
J. S. SHULER, M. D. 



THE YERBA BUENA CEMETERY., 

Located at the Junction of Market and McAllister streets, 

AND CONTAINING AN AREA OF TEN ACRES. 



The first burial in this Cemetery was in the early part of the year 1850. Since that pe- 
riod, it has been the principal place of interments ; and at the present time numbers near 
4,000 graves. Since the establishment of this Cemetery, about 350 interments have been 
made at the Mission Dolores ; making a total of 4,350, for a term of three years and ten 
months. 

In connection with the above, one important fact must be remembered, and that is, that 
during the years 1850 and 1851, the greater portion of the deaths that occurred in this city 
were of those who arrived here sack in vessels from sea. or from different parts of the State, a 
large proportion of whom were so reduced on their arrival as to be beyond the aid of medical 
skill. 

With these facts before us, recollecting too the difficulty, nay, almost impossibility that 
then existed in procuring nurses, or suitable quarters for the sick, we think that, in point of 
health, the city of San Francisco will favorably compare with any city of the Union. 

J8@°* For the above information we are indebted to NATHANIEL GRAY, Esq., under- 
taker, 192 Sacramento street. 



238 APPENDIX. — CHUECHES AND PASTORS. 



Churches and Pastors. 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH— Washington street, between Dupont and Stockton. Ser- 
vices at 11 A. M., and 7 1 ., P. M. Sabbath School and Bible Class at 2% P M. 
Rev. B. Brierly, Pastor ; residence, Jackson street, three doors from Powell street. 

SECOND BAPTIST ( HURCH— Pine street, near Montgomery. Services at 11 A. M., 
and 7 P. M. Sabbath School at 2% P M. Rev. Mr. Rollinson, Pastor. 

CATHOLIC CHURCH — Vallejo street, between Dupont and Stockton. Morning ser- 
vice in English, French and Spanish. Vespers at 4 P. M. Archbishop Allemanny, 
Father Liberea, Vicar General. 

CATHOLIC CHURCH — Happy Valley. Morning services in English, French and Span- 
ish. Vespers at 4 P. M. Rev. Mr. Maginnis, Pastor. 

CATHOLIC CHURCH — Misson Dolores. Morning services in English, French and 
Spanish. Vespers at 4 P M. Rev. E. O'Connell, Pastor. 

CHRIST CHURCH (Episcopal)— Room for Worship over the Post Office. Services at 
11 A. M., and 3 P. M. Rev. John Morgan, Rector. 

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH— Corner of California and Dupont streets. 
Services at 11 A. M., and ?>% P. M. Sabbath School and Bible Class at 2% P. M. 
Rev. T. Dwight Hunt, Pastor ; residence, corner of Mason and Vallejo streets. 

SECOND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH— Greenwich street, between Dupont and 
Stockton Services at 11 A. M., and 3}4 P. M. Rev. Wm. C. Pond, Pastor. 

GRACE CHURCH (Episcopal) — Powell street, between Jackson and Pacific. Services 
at 11 A. M., and 7 PM. Sunday School at 3}£ P. M. Rev. J. L. Ver Mehr, 
Pastor ; residence, Powell street, corner Jackson. 

M. E. CHURCH— Folsom street. Services at 11 A. M., and 7 P. M. Sabbath School at 
2% P. M. Rev. N. P. Heath, Pastor. 

M. E. i HURCH — Powell street, near Washington. Services at 11 A. M., and 7 P. M. 
Sabbath School at 2}£ P. M. Rev. M. C. Briggs, Pastor ; residence, next door to 
the church. 

M. E. CHURCH, SEAMEN'S BETHEL— Mission street wharf. Services at 11 A. M., 
and 7 P. M. Rev. Wm. Taylor, Pastor. 

M. E. CHURCH (colored)— Stockton street. Services at 11 A. M., and 7 P. M. Rev. 
James Moore, Pastor. 

WESLEY CHAPEL, M. E. CHURCH SOUTH— Corner Bush and Dupont streets. 
Services at 11}£ A. M., and 7> 2 X P- M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M. Rev. Dr. Bor- 
ing, Pastor. 

NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH— Superior Court Room, City Hall. Services in the 
morning, at 11 A. M. 

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— Stockton street, near Broadway. Services at 
11 A. M., and 1% P. M. Sabbath School and Bible Class at 1 P. M. Prayer Meet- 
ing Wednesday Evenings, at 7 % o'clock. Rev. Albert Williams, Pastor ; residence, 
California street, above Dupont. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— Howard street, Happy Valley. Services at 11 A. M., 
and 7> 2 P. M. Sabbath School and Bible Class at 2 P. M. Rev. S. H. Willey, Pas- 
tor; residence, Happy Valley, corner of Second and Melius streets 

SPRING VALLEY CHAPEL— Service at 3 P.M. Preaching by Clergymen of differ- 
ent denominations 

TRINITY CHURCH (Episcopal) — Pine street, between Montgomery and Kearny streets, 
Services at 11 A.M., and "t% P. M. Rev. Dr. Wyatt, Pastor; residence, Happy 
Valley. Second street, near Minnie street. 

UNITARIAN CHURCH— Stockton street, between Clay and Sacramento. Services at 
11 A. M., and 7 P. M. Sabbath School at 2% P. M. Rev. Dr. Gray, Pastor. 

FIRST UNIVERSALIST SOCIETY— Will hold their meetings iu the Superior Court 
Room, (City Hall) every Sunday at \% o'clock P. M. Rev. J. Upson, Pastor. 

Time of Original Organization. 

1st. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.— This was the first Church organized in San Fran 

cisco. Organized May 20th, 1849, by the present Pastor, Rev. Albert Williams 

with nine members, six males and three females. 
2d. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH— Organized June 24th, 1849, by Rev. 0. C. Wheeler, 

Pastor. 
3d. TRINITY CHURCH (Episcopal)— Organized in July, 1849, by Rev. S. F. Mines, 

Pastor. (Deceased.) 



APPENDIX. — COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS. 



239 



LIST OF COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS 

For the State of California, residing in the different States and Territories of the Union. 



NEW YORK CITY. 

Samuel Ward, 
P. Bailey Meyers, 
Daniel Sickles, 
John H. White, 
William 0. Woodward, 
Daniel B. Taylor, 
Charles Edwards, 
Nelson Murill, 
Fred. R. Lee, 
Joseph W. Lawrence, 
James S. Carpentier, 
Jeremiah E. L'ary. 
John Livingston, 

Harrison, 

John Bissell, 
J. B. Noues, 
John McCahill, 
William H. Meeks, 
Edward R. Carpeuter, 
C. G. Mitchell, 
Augustus W. Lord, 
Benjamin R. Morsell, 
A. 1 I. Canloza, 
John J. Mitchell, 
John D. McGregor, 
Robert J. Hilton, 
Joseph T. Mills. 
George Wadsworth, 
Daniel Seixas, 
Ansel J. McCall, 
J. Winchester Britton, 
Richard S. Fellowes, 



BOSTON'. 

J. H. Cheeney, 
Benjamin H. Currier, 
Geo. M. Thatcher, 
Richard H. Dana, 
Robert J. Burbauk, 
George E. Rice, 
Charles B. F. Adams, 
Ivers James Austin, 
George D. Guild, 



PHILADELPHIA. 

E Shippen, 
Thompson Wescott, 
Edward A. Miuch, 
Ghauncey Bulkley, 
John F. Belsterling, 
Edward Carpenter, 
David B. Buruey, 



STATE OF NEW YORK. 
George S. Cornell, 
Hamilton W. Robinson, 
Archibald F. Cushman, 
Lewis Hurst, 
Augustus C. Morrill, 
Wm. A. Hardenbrook, 
Richard C. Downing, 
Moses B. McClay, 
Robert Johnson, 
Cor. John DeWitt, 
Philip Hamilton, 
Enoch K. Camp, 
William P. Lee, 
Isaac 0. Barker. 
John VY. Satterthwuit, 
George F. Macy, 
William C. Bet'ts. 
Frederick L. Vultee, 
.) a i lies M. Smith, 
James M. Baldwin, 
David Eva - 
John T. Emmett, 
P. W. Ostrander, 
T. (i. Burnham, 
W'm. Paxton Hallett, 
John T. Hoffman, 
Charles J. Bushnell, 
Theodore B. Bronson, 
1 bury A. Mott, 
David B. Brown, 
Philip C. Hay. 
Charles E. Soule, 



Malcom Campbell, 
Aldeu J. Hale, 
George C. Waller, 
Henry P. Campbell. 
T. Romeyn Beck, Jr. 
John Warren Lawton, 
George E. Baldwin, 
John Rankin, Jr. 
Nathaniel B. Hoxie. 
Stanley H. Fleetwood, 
Thomas Stevenson, 
R. G. Berfonl. 
George C. Waller, 
Win. Johnson Sinclair, 
Edwin F. Corey, 
Sylvester Lay, 
Edward W. Parsells, 
Wm. H. Browne. 

BROOKLYN. 

B. Frank Brown. 

SYRACUSE. 

J. L. Bogs. 

ROCHESTER. 

Henry A. Brewster. 

TURIN. 

John M. Museott. 

S1IERBURN. 

Roswell Judson. 

BUFFALO. 

John Daniel Gros. 

ONEIDA. 

Ebeuezer Robbins. 



STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



George B. Hastings, 
John W. Brown, 
George S. Hale, 
Micah Dyer, 
Andrew E. Thayer, 
Samuel W. Bates, 
Horace Gray, 
George H. Bates, 
John W. Draper, 
Daniel Sharp. 

STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA 
E. R. Badger, 
George Juukin, Jr. 
John Broadhead, 
Nathau Nathans, 
J. Orlando Tobias, 
C. A. Putte, 
John Binns, 
John H. Frick, 



LOWELL. 

Josiah Abbott, 

NEW BEDFORD. 

Josiah C. Stone. 

SALEM. 

Joseph B. F. Osgood. 

WESTFIELD. 

N. J. Leonard. 

WORCESTER. 

J. H. Hill. 

Richard Yaux, 
Edward G. Trask. 

PITTSB'JRG. 

Alexander W. Foster, 
Charles M. Hays, 
John I. Mitchell. 

> ERIE. 

James Still. 







I 


240 APPENDIX. — COMMISSIONERS 


OF DEEDS. 


NEW ORLEANS. 

Henry P. Hays, 
James Graham, 
Edward Halloran, 
W. W. W. Wood, 
Samuel B. Davis, 


STATE OF LOUISIANA. 

George W. Christy, 
William Monaghan, 
William Christy, 
William Shannon, 
William R Leckie, 
N. B. Smith, 


C. Julian Bartlett, 
George Y. Bright, 
John Claiborne, 
Myer M. Cohen, 
Henry W. Holman, 
Thomas J. Hetselberger. 


WASHINGTON. 

John F. Ennis, 
Charles DeSelding, 
John Y. Bryant, 
George C. Thomas, 


DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Samuel L. Harris, , 
Charles S. James, 
. M. C. Callan, 
Franklin S. Myers, 
Richard T. Morsell, 


Charles E. Weaver, 
H. R. Day, 

GEORGETOWN. 

Walter S. Cox, 
Anthony Hyde. 


BALTIMORE. 

Charles Findley, 
George H. Hickman, 
John R. Kenley, 


STATE OF MARYLAND. 

E. R. Sprague, 
Thomas Whelan, 
William B. Hill, 
James B. Latimer, 


Edward A. McCeeney, 
M. Courtney Jenkins. 

HARFORD. 

Alfred Bateman. 


RICHMOND. 

William Fulton, 
Peter Daniel, 
James K. Lee, 


STATE OF VIRGINIA. 
Samuel T. Bayly, 

ALEXANDRIA. 

J. Louis Kitzer, 
John Anthony Veitch. 

STATE OF MAINE. 


CULPEPPER C. H. 

James Barbour. 


ADGUSTA. 

James I. Child. 


PORTLAND. 

Josiah Peirce. 






STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 


PORTSMOUTH. 

W. B. Parker. 


MANCHESTER. 

George A. French. 
STATE OF VERMONT. 




WOODSTOCK. 

Peter T. Washburn. 


ST. ALBANS. 

George F. Houghton. 




Norwich — James A. 


STATE OF CONNECTICUT 
Hovey, Charles J . Lanman. 




Providence — Henry 


STATE OF RHODE ISLAND. 

Martin. 




STATE OF NEW JERSEY. 




NEWARK. 

John J. Plume, 
Thomas H. Stephens. 

MORRISTOWN. 

Yancleve Danrimple, 
Jacob Vannetta. 


NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Warren Hardenburg. 

MADISON. 

Stephen D. Hunting. 

ELIZABETHTOWN. 

Francis B. Cheetwood. 
STATE OF OHIO. 


JERSEY CITY. 

George W. Casserly. 

PATTERSON. 

Peregrine Sandford. 


CINCINNATI. CHILICOTHE. 

L. D. Chanepler, Theodore Sherer. 
Joseph McDougall, Jr. Cleveland. 
James Birney, James R. Hitchcock, ' 
Rufus King. Samuel B. Kendig. 


COLUMBUS. 

A. M. Wambough. 

NEWARK. 

Jerome Buckingham. 




STATE OF INDIANA. 




LOGANSPORT. 

James W. Dunn. 


NEW ALBANY. 

P. M. Kent. 


EVANSVILLB. 

John Law. 


TERRE HAUTE. 

Jacob H. Hager. 

MADISON. 

William M. Dunn. 


FORT WAYNE. 

Philip G. Jones. 

LAFAYETTE. 

Andrew Ingram. 


SOUTH BEND. 

Jonathan A. Upton. 


PRINCETON. 

William S. Palmer. 


INDIANAPOLIS. 

Nicholas McCarthy, Jr. 


1 



APPENDIX. — COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS. 



241 



CALHOUX. 

Calvin C. B. Homer. 



STATE OF MICHIGAN. 

DETROIT. 

David Preston. 



Enos T. Thoop, 
George E. Hand. 



STATE OF WISCONSIN. 
Milwaukie — George E. H. Day. 



CHICAGO. 

Edward A. Rucker, 



STATE OF ILLINOIS. 
George T. Pearson, 
Daniel McElroy. 



SPRINGFIELD. 

Mahlon W. Brayman. 



ST. LOUIS. 

James M. Hughes, 
John H. Watson, 
John Wilson, 



CHARLESTON. 

Henry H. Baker, 



SAVANNAH. 

John M. B. Lovell. 



MOBILE. 

A. C. Waugh, 



MEMPHIS. 

Hume F. Hill, 
Joseph R. Eastburn. 

NATCHEZ. 

Joseph Hewit. 



LEXINGTON. 

B. F. Graves. 

PARIS. 

Alexander M. Brown. 



GALVESTON. 

R. D. Johnson, 
A. F. James. 



Van Buren — John B 



TALLAHASSEE. 

Charles W. Downing. 



OREGON CITY. 

William W. Mattock, 
Justus Stinberger. 



DAVENPORT. 

Thomas Therington. 



STATE OF MISSOURI. 
Alexander F. Denny. 

LIBERTY. J 

Abraham L. Hughes. 

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Lewis F. Robertson, 
John E. Reeves. 

STATE OF GEORGIA. 

COLUMBUS. 

Alexander C. Morton. 



SAVAXXaH. 

P. Locke. 



STATE OF ALABAMA. 
John E. Fisher, 
Sidney T. Douglass. 

STATE OF TENNESSEE. 

NASHVILLE. 

Edward A. Raworth. 
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. 

MACON. 

A. H. Dabney. 
STATE OF KENTUCKY. 

HARRODSBURG. 

Montrose Graham. 



STATE OF TEXAS. 

AUSTIN. 

N. C. Raymond. 

STATE OF ARKANSAS. 
Ogden. 

STATE OF FLORIDA. 

PENSACOLA. 

Maximo P. De Rioboo. 
. OREGON. 

YONCALLA. 

John W. P. Huntington. 
STATE OF IOWA. 

FAIRFIELD. 

George Acherson. 



HUNTSVILLE. 

Carver D. King. 



CLARKSVILLE. 



T. W. King. 



YAZOO CITY. 

Robert B. Mayer. 



LOUISVILLE. 

William P. Boon. 



INDIAXOLA. 

John Henry Brown. 



SALEM. 

Chester N. Terry. 



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242 APPENDIX. MASONIC 



MASONIC. 



Officers of the Encampments, Chapters, Grand Lodge, and Subor- 
dinate Lodges of Free and Accepted Masons. 

WITH THEIR LOCATION, AND DAYS OF MEETING, THROUGHOUT THE STATE OF CALI- 
FORNIA. 



ENCAMPMENTS. 

SAN FRANCISCO ENCAMPMENT, No. I— Organized Dec. 20th, 1853, under Char- 
ter from the General Grand Encampment of the United States .... Meets every Friday 
evening, at Masonic Hall, Montgomery street. 

OFFICERS, FOR THE PRESENT MASONIC YEAR. 

LEANDER RANSOM, M. E. G Commander. ' 

R. F. KNOTT Generalissimo. 

J. H. BROWN Captain General. 

THOS. H. BOWEN Senior Warden. 

0. J. PRESTON Junior Warden. 

H. A. COBB Treasurer. 

J. FRANK MILLER Recorder. 

HENRY F.WILLIAMS Standard Bearer. 

M. H. N. KENDIG Sword Bearer. 

JOHN S. WATSON Warder. 

S. C. FIELD. . . : Sentinel. 

PAST GRAND COMMANDERS : 
GREGORY YALE, R. F. KNOTT. 

. # i 

ROYAL ARCH CHAPTERS. 

SAN FRANCISCO ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER, No. 1... Meets every Tuesday even 
ing, at. the Hall on Washington street, between Montgomery and Sansome. 

OFFICERS : 
R. F. Knott, M. E. H. P. 



P. A. Brinsmade, K. 
George Fisher, S. 



Jas. King of Wm., Treasurer. 
J. D. Creigh, Recorder. 
S. 0. Field, Guard. 



SACRAMENTO ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER, No. 2... Meets every first aud third 

Tuesday evening of each month. 

OFFICERS : 



A. B. Hoy, M. E. H. P. 
T. A. Thomas, K. 
Geo. E. Montgomery, S. 
M. Haynes, 0. H. 
Wm. Shoemaker, P. S. 
J. Pitkin, R. A. 0. 



J. Daly, M. of 3d V. 

J. M. B. Weatherwax. M. of 2d V: 

W. B. Arnold, M. of 1st V. 

G. I. N. Monell, Treasurer. 

J. A. Wadsvvorth, Secretary. 

J. L. Thompson, Guard. 



a APPENDIX MASONIC. 243 

GBAND LODGE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. 

Grand Officers, for the present Masonic Year. 

M. W. CHAS. TL RADCLIFF Grand Master. Sonora. 

R. W. T. A . THOMA S Deputy Grand Master, Sacramento. 

" " J. R. CRAXDALL Senior Grand Warden. Auburn. 

" " R. F. KNOTT Jiininr Grand Warden. San Francisco. 

" " L. STOWELL Grand Secretary, San Francisco. 

" " A.MARTIN Grand 7 San Francisco. 

TV. 0. J. PRESTt >N Deputy Grand & t <•'</. San Francisco. 

" Rev. JAS. H. BRISTOW G Marysville. 

" J. F. BALSEY Grand Ma Marv^ville. 

" GEO. EL DERBY 

" F. M. CHAMBERLAIN ( r.Weaverville. 

" H. F. WILLIAMS Grand Senior Deacon, San Francisco. 

" A. E. GALLOWAY I m Deacon. Shasta. 

" JOHN C0< )K ' • ' Bearer, Santa Clara. 

" M. RUSfl ..' s Weaverville. 

" J. H. MURPHY < Placerville. 

" S. ('. FIELD Grand T San Francisco. 

" ISAAC DAVIS Grand Led, Sacramento. 

Note. — The first Convention of Ancient Free and A pted Masons was held at Sacra- 
mento City, April 17th, 1850, for the formation of a Grand Lodge. < '(institution adopted on 
the 19th of April, and dosed same day. 

The first meeting of the Grand Lodge was at Sacramento City. May 6th. 1350, and closed 
on the 9th. 

S U B R D I \ A T E L 1) G E S . 

CALIFORNIA LODGE. X,,. 1. 9 f Free and Accepted Mono* . - Francisco.. -Meets 
every Thursday. evening, at the Hall on Washington -' 
OFFICERS : 
R. E. Cole. Worshipful Master. F. W. BOURNE, Secretary. 

H. M. Gray, Senior Warden. F. H. M. Cower, Deputy Secretary. 

H. F. TVii.mams. Jnnior Warden. B. A. Patten, Senior Deacon. 

0. J. Preston. Treasurer. <■'. I>. Atkinson, Jnnior Deacon. 

P. Gardner. Tyler. 
PAST M kSTBBS : 
J. D. Creic.if, M ai.auii Fallon*, W. H. Howard, 

Lewis Peck, L. T, Wjlson, L. Stbinhabt- 

Levi Stowell, P. A Brinrxade, R. F. Knott. 

O. J. Preston, J. D. Stevenson* Joseph Shannon. 

WESTERN STAR LODGE. No. 2. qfF. and A. M., Shasta City. . .Regular meetings, 

first and third Saturdays of every month. 

OFFICERS : 



A. J. Raymond, TVorshipfnl Master. 
J. G. Doll, Senior Warden. 
Isaac Eoop. Junior Warden. 
J. T. Glenn, Secretary. 



J as. TL Rhodes. Treasurer. 
P. T. Curtis. Senior Deacon. 
D. P. Bystle, Junior Deacon. 
H. P. Larabee, Tyler. 



past masters : 
A. E. Calloway, Wm. Robinson. 

TEHAMA LODGE. No. 3, of F. and A. M.. Sacramento City. . .Regular meetings, first 
and third Mondays of each month. 
OFFICERS : 
•I. A. TVadsworth, Worshipful Master. I Sol. Kohlman, Senior Deacon. 

John F. Morse, Senior Warden. C L. Danielson. Junior Deacon. 

J. G, Brenton. Junior Warden. Thomas S. Lett, Secretary. 

T. A. Thomas. Treasurer. D. O. Chafe, Tyler. 

past masters : 
T. A. Thomas, Addison Martin. Joseph Hull, William Shoemaker 



244 APPENDIX. — MASONIC. 

BENICIA LODGE, No. 5, of F. and A. M., Benicia. . .Regular meetings, second and 
fourth Mondays of each month. 
OFFICERS : 
S. K. Nurse, Worshipful Master. Alex. Rillell, Treasursr and P. M. 

Senior Warden. Senior Deacon. 

E. H. Von Pfister, Junior Warden. Junior Deacon. 

L. Leslie, Secretary. S. Vaughn, Tyler. 

PAST GRAND MASTER ! 

B. D. Hyam, M. W. S. 

PAST MASTERS : 

L. B. Mizner, Alex. Riddell. 

SAN FRANCISCO LODGE, No. 7, of F. and A. M., San Francisco. . .Meets every 
Wednesday evening, at the Hall on Washington street. 
OFFICERS : 
A. Hollub, Worshipful Master. Samuel Curry, Treasurer. 

Thos. R. Eadie, Senior Warden. A. Solomon, Senior Deacon. 

Jos. Clement, Junior Warden. ■ L. A. DeGroot, Junior Deacon. 

W; Richardson, Secretary. P. Gardner, Tyler. 

past masters : 
A. C. Labatt, J. Papy. 

TUOLUMNE LODGE, No. 8, of F. and A. M., Sonora. . .The regular return meetings 
are held on the first and third Saturdays of each month. 
OFFICERS : 
Hugh G. Platt, Worshipful Master. R. L. Myrick, Secretary. 

W. W. Traylor, Senior Warden. Joseph Dillon, Senior Deacon. 

T. S. Hall, Junior Warden. A. H. Warren, Junior Deacon. 

Alonzo Green, Treasurer. John B. De La Hay, Tyler. 

past master : 
Charles M. Radcliff. 

MARYSVILLE LODGE, No. 9, of F. and A. M.. Marysville. . .Regular meetings on the 
first and third Thursdays in each month. 
OFFICERS : 
W. H. WicKERSHAM,Worshipful Master. I J. A. Paxton, Junior Warden. 

D. H. Apperson, Senior Warden. S. H. Rhodes, Secretary. 

PAST MASTERS : 

A. Maurice, Jr., J. F. Halsey. 

SAN JOSE LODGE, No. 10, of F. and A. M., San Jose. . .Regular meetings, first and 

third Wednesdays in each month. 

OFFICERS : 



Benj. Cory, Worshipful Master. 
H. C. Melone, Senior Warden. 
H. Brownshield, Junior Warden. 



J. Lewis, Secretary. 
Elliott Reed. Treasurer. 
L. Provost, Tyler. 



past masters : 
John Cook, H. P. Dorsey, 

YOUNT LODGE, No: 12, of F. and A. M., Napa City. . .Regular meetings, on the first 
and third Fridays in each month. 
OFFICERS : 
John H. Seawell, Worshipful Master. I W. Vaughn, Senior Deacon. 

E. McGarry, Senior Warden. W. Greenabaum. Junior Deacon. 

F. B. Gilman. Junior Warden. J. S. Robberson, Secretary. 
George Yount. Treasurer. | 

Past masters . 
J. M. Small, W. D. Decking. 



APPENDIX 



MASONIC 



245 



NEVADA LODGE, No. 13, of F. and A. M, Nevada City. . .Regular meetings, first and 

third Saturdays of each month. 
OFFICERS : 
J. Fitz James. Worshipful Master. I. Williamsox. Treasurer. 

C. H. Seymour, Senior Warden. X. A. Hicks. Senior Deacon. 

W. Maltmax, Junior Warden. G. M. Saul, Junior Deacon. 

C. H. Patchix, Secretary. Charles G. Greex, Tyler. 

past master : 
J. R. McCoxxell. 



TEMPLE LODGE, No. 14, of F. and A. M., Sonoma City. . .Regular meetings, second 
and fourth Saturdays of each month. 



, OFFICERS 

Isaac Brockmax, Worshipful Master. 
T. X. Nevil, Senior Warden. 
Wm. Boggs, Junior Warden. 
Dr. A. Texxaxt. Secretary. 



Stepitex Acres, Treasurer. 
Wm. Bubbis, Senior Deacon. 

Junior Deacon. 

C. Blakely. Tyler. 



Robert Hopkixs, 



PAST MASTERS 



C. P. Reeoff. 



EUREKA LODGE, No. 16, of F. and A. M.. Auburn. . .Regular meetings, first and third 

Mondays of each month. 



OFFICERS 
J. R. Craxdall. Worshipful Master. 
Hiram R. Hawkixs. Senior Warden. 
James Bowex, Junior Warden. 
H. T. Holmes. Secretary. 



P. W. Thomas, Treasurer. 
H. 0. Rtersox. Senior Deacon. 
M. P. H. LoyE, Junior Deacon. 
W. M. Jordan, Tyler. 



PAST MASTER : 

L. Applegate. 



PARFAITE UNION LODGE. No. 17. of F. and A. M., San Francisco. . .Regular meet- 
ings, first and third Fridays of each month. 
OFFICERS : 



P. Gtayxe, Worshipful Master. 
T. Teclaw, Senior Warden. 
S. Driard, Junior Warden. 
C. Therg, Secretary. 

PAST MASTERS 

H. Kidel> Luciex Hermaxx, 



J. Raxher, Treasurer. 
C. Hubert. Senior Deacon. 
T. Deraxge, Junior Deacon. 
. . Meyers. Tyler. 

Joseph Haixe. 



MOUNTAIN SHADE LODGE. No. 18, of F. and A. M., DowmcviUc. . .Regular meet- 
ings, first and third Saturdays of each month. 
OFFICERS : 



H. P. Bextox, Worshipful Master. 
I. Reyxolds, Seuior Warden. 
W. P. Yocxg, Junior Warden. 
J. D. Scellax, Secretary. 

PAST MASTERS 

George Fagg, J. Garxosett, 



S. W. Laxgtox, Treasurer. 
H. G. Brotyx. Senior Deacon. 
J. W. Browx, Junior Deacon. 
G. Harris, Tyler. 

Thos. Ramsdall. 



SAN JOAQUIN LODGE, No. 19. of F. and A. M.. Stockton. 
third Mondays of each month. 
OFFICERS : 



. Regular meetings, first and 



J. G. Caxdee. Worshipful Master. 
F. C. Axerews, Senior Warden. 
J. M. McKamy. Junior Warden. 
E. M. Hoyvisox, Secretary. 



I. 0. Morris, Treasurer. 

J. B. Kexxedy, Senior Deacon. 

William Graham, Junior Deacon. 

J. B. Hill. Tyler. 

Rey. J. S. Woods, Chaplain. 



PAST MASTERS 



J. Zachariah, 



Charles M. Creaxor. 



246 APPENDIX. — MASONIC. 

WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 20, of F. and A. M., Sacramento City. . .Meets every first 

and third Thursday of each month. 

OFFICERS : 



N. G. Curtis, Worshipful Master. 
Jesse Morrill, Senior Warden. 
Geo. I. N. Moxell, Junior Warden. 
D. St. C. Stevens, Secretary. 



Lucius A. Booth, Treasurer. 
M. C. Hillyer, Senior Deacon. 
W. W. Holliday, Junior Deacon. 
D. 0. Chafe, Tyler. 



PAST MASTERS : 

Charles Duncomb, Jesse Morrill, Isaac Davis, E. J. Willis. 

OCCIDENTAL LODGE, No. 22, of Free and Accepted Masons, San Francisco.— Regular 
meetings on the fourth Monday of each month, at Masonic Hall, Montgomery street. 

OFFICERS : 
Smythe Clark, Worshipful Master. W. M. La RocHE,«Treasurer. 

Geo. W. Baker, Senior Warden. J. G. Pearson, Senior Deacon. 

A. G. Randall, Junior Warden. John A. Clark, Junior Deacon. 

R. B. Hampton, Secretary. Joel Noah, Tyler. 

past masters : 
Jas. Rice, Jr., Jas. E. Wainwright, John H. Gihon, 

Gregory Tale, J. H. Horsefall, P. A. Morse. 

Joel Noah. 

MADISON LODGE, No. 23, of Free and Accepted Masons, Grass Valley, Nevada County. 

OFFICERS : 



Z. Wheeler, Worshipful Master. 

J. M. Fouse, Senior Warden. 

G. N. Crandall, Junior Warden. 

past master: 
S. C. Richardson 



Geo. M. Sheriden, Secretary. 
Wm. McCormick, Treasurer. 



MARIPOSA LODGE, No. 24, of Free and Accepted Masons, Mariposa. 

OFFICERS : 
G. B. Abel, Worshipful Master. S. A. Merritt, Junior Warden. 

W. A. King, Senior Warden. 0. M. Dickinson, Secretary. 

GEORGETOWN LODGE, No. 25, of Free and Accepted Masons, Georgetown, El Dorado 

County. — Regular meetings, first and third Saturdays of each month. 

OFFICERS : 



T. M. Reed, Worshipful Master. 

J. P. Davison, Senior Warden. 

P. W. Cunningham, Junior Warden. 



E. C. Southworth, Secretary. 
M. Deverton, Senior Deacon. 
H. D. P. Draper, Junior Deacon. 



S. Miller, Tyler. 

EL DORADO LODGE, No. 26; of Free and Accepted Masons, Placerville.— -Regular meet- 
ings, first and third Mondays of each month. 
OFFICERS : 
J. H. Murphy, Worshipful Master. W. H. Smith, Treasurer. 

D. K. Newell, Senior Warden. F. H. Harmon, Grand Deacon. 

J. P. Martin, Junior Warden. A. Hunter, Junior Deacon. 

F. F. Barzs, Secretary. A. T. Thatcher, Tyler. 

TRINITY LODGE, No. 27, of Free and Accepted Masons, Weaverville. — Regular meet- 
ings, first and third Mondays in each month. 
OFFICERS : 
E.M. Chamberlain, Worshipful Master. I F. S. McKenzie, Secretary. 

G. B. Winston, Senior Warden. J. A Lucket, Senior Deacon. 
C. L. N. Vaughn, Junior Warden. J. Cameron. Junior Deacon. 
W. B. May, Secretary. A. Mitchell, Tyler. 

COLUMBIA LODGE, No. 28, of Free and Adcepted Masons, Columbia.— Regular meet- 
ings first and third Thursdays in each month. 
OFFICERS : 
John Yauzill, Worshipful Master. Isaac Levy, Junior Warden, 

C. E. Blake, Senior Warden. O. B. Anthony, Treasurer. 

J. A. Jackson, Senior Deacon. 



APPENDIX. MASONIC. 247 

DIAMOND LODGE, No. 29, of Free and Accepted Masons, Diamond Springs.— Regular 

meetings, first and third Saturdays of each month. 

OFFICERS : 

L. Bradley, Worshipful Master. J. L. Martin, Senior "Warden. 

G. F. Bascox, Junior Warden. 

GOLDEN GA TE LODGE. No. 30, of Free and Accepted Masons, San Francisco.— Regular 
meetings, first Tuesday in each month, at Masonic Hall, Montgomery street. 

OFFICERS : 



"W. S. Moses, Worshipful Master. 
Geo. J. Hobe, Senior "Warden. 
Samuel Gamage, Junior Warden. 
Edward Hacker. Treasurer. 



Wm. 8. O'Brien, Secretary. 
Lawrence C. Owen, Senior Deacon. 
Wm. S. Phelps. Junior Deacon. 
Joel Noah, Tyler. 



MOKELUMNE LODGE, No. 31. of Free and Accepted Masons, Mokehunne Hill.— Reg- 
ular meetings, every Saturday. 
OFFICER- : 
A. Platt, Worshipful Mac Edwin Gates. Treasurer. 

Wit -M. Rodgers, Senior Warden. C. A. Leake. Junior Warden. 

Wm. Inxes. Secretary. 

GOLD HILL LODGE, No. 32, of Free and Accept . Gold Hill Placer County. 

OFFICERS : 



P. L. Maxky. Worshipful Master. 

A. Mills, Senior Warden, 

J. W. Patton, Junior Warden. 
W. S. C. Wood, Secretary, 



W. R. K. Davoxa, Treasurer. 
.). M. Bedford, Senior Deacon. 
J. M' i ' aki.i'.y. Junior Deacon. 
R M. Washes, Tyler. 



OP MR LODGE, No. 33, of Free and Accepted Masons, Murphy's Camp. Calaveras County. 

Regular meetings, second and fourth Saturdays of each month. 

OFFICERS : 



A. H. Pitney, Worshipful Master. 
Iba Taylor, Senior Warden. 



B. H. Evans, .Junior Warden. 

E. M. Strange, Secretary, pro tern. 



SANTA CLARA LODGE, No. 34. of Free and Accepted Masons, Santa Clara. 

OFFICERS : 
John Cook, Worshipful Master. E. T. Strong, Senior Warden. 

A. M. Bailey, Junior Warden. 

SAN DIEGO LODGE, No. 35, of Free and Accepted Masons, San Diego.— Regular meet- 
ings, second and fourth Thursdays in each month. 
OFFICERS : 
J. W. Robinson, Worshipful Master. | Philip Crosthwatte, Senior Warden. 

past master : 
G. H. Derby. 

ST. JOHNS LODGE. U. D.. of Free and Accepted Masons, Yreka. 

OFFICERS : 

J. D. Corby, Worshipful Master. H. F. McKinny, Senior Warden. 

H. G. Ferris, Junior Warden. 

SANTA CRUZ LODGE of Free and Accepted Masons, Santa Cruz. 
OFFICERS : 
H. Blaisdell, Worshipful Master. A. Sinclair, Senior Warden. 

N. H. Stockton, Junior Warden. 

YUBA LODGE of Free and Accepted Masons, Marysville.— Meets on the first and third 

Mondays in every month. 
OFFICERS : 
A. Maurice, Jr.. Worshipful Master. E. Garst, Senior Warden. 

T. J. Dickey, Junior Warden. J. H. Bristow, Secretary. 



248 APPENDIX. — MASONIC. — CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. 

LOS ANGELES LODGE of Free and Accepted Masons, Los Angeles. 
OFFICERS : 
H. P. Dorsey, Worshipful Master. J. Elias, Senior Warden, 

Thos. Foster, Junior Warden. 

CRESCENT LODGE of Free and Accepted Masons, Crescent City. 

OFFICERS : 

D. G. Lewis, Worshipful Master. C. L. Farrington, Senior Warden. 

G. L. Lawton, Junior Warden. 

SACRAMENTO LODGE of Free and Accepted Masons, U. D., Sacramento City. 

OFFICERS : 
J. L. English, Worshipful Master. B. T. Crouch, Jr., Senior Deacon. 

John A. Tutt, Senior Warden. A. F. Rhodes, Junior Deacon. 



J. Wilcoxon, Treasurer. 
0. D. Chafe, Tyler. 



John H. Gass, Junior Warden. 
John Q. Brown, Secretary. 

HIRAM LODGE of Free and Accepted Masons, Mud Springs. 
OFFICERS : 
F. Smoot, Worshipful Master. J. Moss, Senior Warden. 

0. B. Westoott, Junior Warden. 

MOUNT MORIAH LODGE of Free and Accepted Masons, U. D., San Francisco.- 
Stated meetings, first and third Saturdays in every month, at Masonic Hall, Montgomery 

street. 
OFFICERS : 
P. W. Shepheard, Worshipful Master. | B. F. Moses, Treasurer. 

0. B. Tyler, Senior Warden. B. D. Hyam, Senior Deacon. 

C. R. Saunders, Junior Warden, Samuel Man, Junior Deacon. 

C. T. Wilson, Secretary. | Joel Noah, Tyler. 



Society of California Pioneers. 

Organized 1850. 
Rooms Nos. 7 a>id 8 Express Building, 4th floor. 



PRESENT OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR 1854. 
SAMUEL BRANNAN, President. 



Jacob R. Snyder, 
Benj. S. Lippincott, 
Thos. 0. Larkin, 
Gen. M. G. Vallejo, 
Charles M. Weber. 
Josiah Belden, 
Robert Semple, 
P. B. Redding, 



J. C. L. Wadsworth, 
J. Mead Huxley, 
Edward A. King, 
O. P. Sutton. 

G. Frank Lemon, 
L. W. Sloat, 
William M. Steuart, 



VICE-PRESIDENTS. 

Gen. John A. Sutter, 
Edward L. Stetson, 
Jacob P. Leese, 

A. B. Thompson, 

B. D. Wilson, 
Juan Bandini, 
William Blackburn. 

JAMES C. LOW, Secretary. 
WILLIAM T. SHERMAN, Treasurer. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

H. W. Halleck, 
A. J. Grayson, 
Stephen R. Harris, 



corresponding members. 

P. B. Cornwall, 
Charles L. Ross. 



APPENDIX. — I. 0. 0. F. 249 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 



Register of Grand Lodge Officers, Degree Lodges and Subordi?iate Lodges of 
the I. 0. of 0. F., belonging to the Jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of 
the State of California: together with the Subordinate Encampments under 
the Jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of the United States. 



The R. AY. <;]!A\D LODGE is composed of 47 Members. Annual meeting on the 2d 
Monday of May in each year. Organized, May 17th, 1853, and has working under its juris- 
diction, twenty-one Subordinate Lodges, comprising about 1000 Members, with over 5000 
Visiting Brothers, and has donated for charitable purposes, since its organization, a Eum 
approximating to 817,000. 



Officers for the present term. 

M. W. Grand Master, S. H. PARKER. 9S Merchant street, San Francisco. 
R. W. D. Grand Master, J. F. MORSE, 54 K street, Saerameuto City. 
R. \V. Grand Warden, E. W. CULT. Stockton. 
R. W. Grand Secretary, T. RODGERS JOIIXSOX. 140 Sacramento street, 

San Francisco. 
R. W. Grand Treasurer, JOHN M. COUGHLIX, 59 and 61 Sansome street. 
R. W. Grand Representative. MATTHEW PURDEX. Sacramento City. 

W. Grand Marshal, J. ZACAEIAU. 

AY. Grand Guardian. A. J. LUCAS. 

W. Graud Conductor, L. F. ZAXTZIXGER. 



District Deputy Grand Masters. 

HAXSEX HAZELL, for the County of Placer. 
A. J. LUCAS, for the County of Yuba. 
MOSES HYXEMAX, for the County of El Dorado. 
D. C. TRIPP, for the County of Xapa. 



DegTee Lodges. 

PIOXEER DEGREE LODGE Xo. 1— Meets at Stockton on Wednesday evening— char- 

. tered July 13th, 1853. 
OFFICERS : 
T. K. Hook, Degree Master. T. J. Keys, Y. G. 

M. H. Bond. Secretary. Johx Grattax, Treasurer. 

DEGREE LODGE Xo. 2— Instituted September 21st, 1853— Meets at San Francisco on 

the first and third AYednesday evenings of each month. 

OFFICERS : 



Johx Q. Piper, D. M. 

A. S. Iredale, D. A. D. M. 

AY. T. Garrett, Y. G. 



H. M. Heuston, P. D. M. 



John- Pitche, H. D. M. 

Aug. Schxide, Secrefary. 
Samuel Robb, Treasurer. 



250 APPENDIX. — I. 0. 0. F. 

DEGREE LODGE, No. 3— Meets at Sacramento City, on second and fourth Monday 
evening of each month. Organized October 14th, 1853. 
OFFICERS : 



Prescott Robinson, D. M. 

C. Perry, Treasurer. 

W. C. Felch, 1st Sect'y, A. D. M. 



G. W. Wallace, D. D. M. 
v Secretary. 

G. I. N. Monell, P. D. M. 



The PATRIARCHAL BRANCH of the Order is under the control of D. D. Grand 
Sire Samuel H. Parker, residence, 98 Merchant street; and is composed of three Subor- 
dinate Encampments, numbering about 175 members. 

GOLDEN GATE ENCAMPMENT, No. 1— Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, Montgomery 
street, near Jackson, on the second and fourth Wednesday evenings of each morrth. 

OFFICERS : 



J. W. Young, C. P. 

L. Ryan, S. W. 

D. Norcross, Treasurer. 



J. M. COUGHLIN, H. P. 

T. Rodgers Johnson, Scribe. 
J. S. Eagan, J. W. 
C. P's. — W. . Robertson, D. Norcross, J. H. Gihon, James Smiley, H. A. Cobb, 
P. B. Dexter, Franklin Williams, E. W. Graham, T. Rodgers Johnson. 
P. H. P's. — A. S. Iredale, N. W. Moore, John Southwell. 



PACIFIC ENCAMPMENT, No 2— Meets at Sacramento City on Wednesday evenings- 

OFFICERS : 
Prescott Robinson, C. P. J. F. Morse, H. P. 

A. J. Lucas, S. W. G. W. Murray, Scribe, 

P. H. P.— W. H. Watson, J. W. 

PARKER ENG AMPMENT,No. 3— Meets at Stockton on Wednesday evenings. 

OFFICERS : 
E. W. Colt, C. P. M. B. Kenney, H. P. 

J. Fulton, S. W. G. 0. Burton, Scribe. 

W. G. Phelps, J. W. 

CALIFORNIA LODGE, No. 1, I. 0. of 0. F., San Francisco— Meets every Monday 
evening at Odd Fellows Hall, Montgomery street, near Jackson. 
OFFICERS : 
John Pitche, N. G. J. S. Eagan, V. G. 

B. L. 0. Ganvereaux, Recording Sec. | James Barrett, Treasurer, P. G. 

L. F. Zantzingek, Permanent Secretary. 
P. G's. — L. Ryan, N. W. Moore, Charles Davis, L. F. Zantzinger, John Q. Piper, 
C. A. Oram. 

SACRAMENTO LODGE, No. 2, I. 0. of 0. F., Sacramento City— Meets every Sat- 
urday evening, at the Hall, 54 K street. 
OFFICERS : 
James E. Perkins, N. G. A. W. Webster, Y. G: 

L. A. Booth, Rec. Secretary. John M. Rhodes, Treasurer. 

David Kendall, P. Secretary. 
P. G's. — Matthew Purden, John F. Morse, David Kendall, C. C. -Hayden, J. D. 
Persian, Cyrus Coffin, Newton Booth, Aug. Otto, Robert Robinson, James 
R. Tolles, William Shoemaker. 

SAN FRANCISCO LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. of 0. F., San Francisco— Meets on Friday- 
evenings at Hall on Montgomery street, near Jackson. 
OFFICERS : 
John Kehoe, N. G. Henry Swain, Recording Secretary. 

John L. Bleokley, V. G. P. G., E. W. Graham, Per. Sec. 

George R. Underoood, Treasurer. 
past grands: 
T. Rodgers Johnson, J. Young, Noah Sutton, 

Wm. Robertson, E. W. Graham, C. Kendall, 

H. A. Russell. 



APPENDIX. — I. 0. 0. F. 251 

EUREKA LODCE, Xo. 4, 1. 0. of 0. F., Sacramento City— Meets on Wednesday even- 
ings, at Odd Fellows' Hall. 54 K street. 
OFFICERS : 
George W. Wallace. X. G-. J. S. Jameson*. Rec. Sec. 

E. A. Valentine, V. G. A. Fruison, Treasurer. 

A. P. Andrews. Per. Sec. 

PAST GRANDS I 

W. H. Watson, Prescott Robinson, Geo. I. X. Mo.vell, 

A. J. Lucas, S. M. Teach. W. J. Tiller, 

ThOS. LrXDERLAN'E, JoS. BoWSTER, Jn'O. TURNER, 

Asa P. Andrews. W. C. Felcii. 

TUBA LODGE, Xo. 5. I. 0. of 0. F., Marysville— Meets every Thursday evening. 

OFFICERS : 
J. W. Winter, X. G. 'J. Bloomfield, ^ec. 

Levi Hite. V. G. G. H. Reynolds, Per. Sec. 

W. C. HicKcox. Treasurer. 
past grands : 
R. F. Gtlmore. A. Pollard, DeWitt C. Rice. 

CHARITY LODGE, Xo. 6, I. 0. of 0. F.. Stockton— Meets every Saturday evening. 

OFFICER- : 
C. 0. Burton, X. G. J, W Ellis. Rec. Sec. 

Byron Gallup, Y. G. G. H. Sanderson, Treasurer. 

E. Weeks, Per. Sec. 
past brands : 
E. W. Colt, J. P. D. Wilkins, S. Zachariah, 

A. Shell, T. J. Keys. 

AUBURX LODGE, Xo. 7, I. 0. of 0. F., Auburn— Meets every Saturday evening. 
OFFICERS FOR 1853 : 
T. Mitchell, X. G. .Tames Anderson, Sec. 

H. 0. Ryerson, Y. G. Robert I. Fisher. Treasurer. 

past <;f. and : 

Hansen Hazell. 

EL DORADO LODGE, Xo. 8. I. 0. of 0. F., Sacramento— Meets every Friday evening. 

OFFICERS : 

L. D. Kelly, X. G. J. L. Polhemus, Sec. 

J. S. Kohn, Y. G. Jacob Greenbaim, Treasurer. 

0. M. Nichols, Per. Sec. 

past grands : 

J. S. Scott. Joseph F. Olootmah, G. W. Chedice. 

DIAMOND Si>RjXGrS LODGE. No. 9, I. O. of 0. F.— Meets every Tuesday evening. 

OFFICERS : 
Andrew George, X. G. Edward Walker, Secretary. 

Thos. L. Ross, Y. G. F. L. Smith, Treasurer. 

past grands : 

Moses Hyneman, Andrew George. 

SOXOMA LODGE, Xo. 10, 1. 0. of 0. F., Sonoma— Meets every Wednesday evening 

OFFICERS : 
Johnathan Warden, X. G. Manlet Dyer, Sec. 

L. L. Alexander, Y. G. J. P. Clough, Per. Sec. 

J. Roberts, Treasruer. 
past grands : 
T. J. Provost, 0. Randall, James Tetford, 

STOCKTOX LODGE, Xo. 11, 1. 0. of 0. F.. Stockton— Meets every Friday evening. 

OFFICERS : 
E. G. Creenfield, X. G. M. H. Bond, Sec. 

W. Harris, Y. G. H. Mitchell, Treasurer. 

PAST GRANDS - . 

E. G. Greenfield, H. Mitchell. F. K. Hook. 

GRASS VALLEY LODGE, Xo. 12, I. 0. of 0. F.— Meets Thursday evening. 

OFFICERS FOR 1853 : 
John S. Lambert, X. G. C. R. Edwards, Sec. 

Edward McGlaughlin, Y. G. Thomas Beatty, Treasurer. 



252 APPENDIX. — I. 0. 



HARMONY LODGE, No. 13, 1. 0. of 0. F., (German) San Francisco— Meets on Tues- 
day evening, at Odd Fellows Hall, Montgomery street, near Jackson. 
OFFICERS : 
Aug. Drucker, N. G. T. E. Schmidt. Rec. Sec. 

Maurice Bernheim, V. G. J. Gunderlach, Per. Sec. 

Andrew Himmelmand, Treasurer. 

MOUNTAIN LODGE, No. 14, I. 0. of 0. F., Michigan City— Meets Saturday evening. 

OFFICERS .: 
George H. Van Cleft, N. G. P. G., Wu. Cory, Sec. 

M. P. Cook, V. G. Benjamin F. Dewey, Treasurer. 

past grand : 
Wm. Cory. 
YERBA BUENNA LODGE, No. 15, I. 0. of 0. F., San Francisco— Meets every Thurs- 
day evening, at Odd Fellows' Hall, Montgomery street, near Jackson. 
OFFICERS : 
Ezra St. John, N. G. P. Doad, Rec. Sec. 

C. J. Collins, V. G. , Wm. Cook, Treasurer. 

past grands. 

D. Norcross, H. M. Heuston, Samuel Webb, 
T. K. Eadie, Franklin Williams, A. S. Iredalf/ 

OUSTOMA LODGE, No. 16, I 0. of 0. P., Nevada. 
OFFICERS : 
A. A. Sergent, N. G. J. B. Van Hazen, Sec. 

L. B. Austin, V. G. H. D, King, Treasurer. 

TEMPLAR LODGE, No. 17, 1. 0. of 0. F., San Francisco— Meets every Saturday even- 
ing, at Odd Fellows' Hall, Montgomery street, near Jackson. 
OFFICERS : 
C Eigenbroudt, N. G. John Anderson, Rec. Sec. 

S. A. Sharp, V. G. P. G. Samuel Brannan, Treasurer. 

past grands : 
J. M. Coughlin, P. I*. Dexter, John H. Gihon, 

John M. Woollen, Samuel H. Parker, P. G. M. 

NAPA LODGE, No. 18, 1. 0. of 0. F.— Napa City. 

OFFICERS : 

W. W. Stillwagon, N. G. E. Byron Eaton, Secretary. 

J. C. Pennell, Y. G. E. A. Hazen, Treasurer. 

Past Grand D. C. Tripp, P. G. R. 

YREKA LODGE, No. 19, 1. 0. of 0. F.—Yreka— Meets on Wednesday evening. 

OFFICERS : 
Wm. Donellson, N. G. A. G. Annibal, Secretarj'. 

John Cook, V. G. G. A. Cook, Treasurer. 

MORNING STAR LODGE, No, 20, T. 0. of 0. F —Instituted February 2d, 1854.— 
Meets at Placerville, El Dorado county, on evening. 

TUOLUMNE LODGE, No. 21, 1. 0. of 0. F.— Instituted January 19th, 1854.— Meets at 

Columbia, on evening. 

OFFICERS : 



Samuel Dealy, N. G. 
J. C. Pendergast, Y. G. 



A. J. Hatch, Secretary. 
J. C. Bryant, Treasurer. 



Statistics of I. 0. of 0. F. 

The following is an abstract of the annual reports of the Grand and Subordinate Lodges 
made to the Grand Lodge of the United States, for the year ending June 30th, 1853, as 
compared with similar tables for the year 1852 : 

1853. 1852. 

Revenue of Lodges $1,209,259 $1,184,830 

Contributing members 193,040 193.298 

Brothers relieved , 22,938 26,350 

Widowed families relieved 2,875 3,053 

Brothers buried 1,533 1,602 

Relief of Brothers 351,438 372,335 



APPENDIX. — SONS OP TEMPERANCE 



253 



GRAND DIVISION OF SONS OF TEMPERANCE 

OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. 



Officers elected for 1854. 

J. S. MATTISON. G. W. P., Santa Cruz. 

GEORGE E. MONTGOMERY, G. W-. A., Sacramento. 

T. J. NEVIXS. G. S., San Francisco. 

H. H. HAIGHT, G. T., San Francisco. 

Rev. I. S. DIEHL. Grand Chaplain, Placerville. 

JOHN' F. PINK HAM. G. C., Santa Cruz. 

J. W. WHITING, G. ~ a., San Francisco. 



Meetings for the year 1854. 

Quarterly — 4th Tuesday of January, at Benicia. 
jt' 4th Tuesday of April, at Sacramento, 

w' 4th Tuesday of July, at Stockton. 

Annual — 4th Tuesday of October, at San Francisco. 



Subordinate Divisions. 



PACIFIC STAR DIVISION. No. 1. 
Sacramento — Regular weekly meeting, 
Tuesday evening. 

CALIFORNIA DIVISION, No. 2, San 
Francisco — Meets Thursday evenings at 
Hall, corner of Jackson & Dupont sts. 

EUREKA DIVISION. No. 4, Santa Cruz. 
Regular weekly meeting. Saturday even- 
ing. 

EDEN DIVISION. No. 5. 

EXCELSIOR DIVISION. No. 6, San 
Francisco — Meets Monday evenings at 
Hall, corner of Jackson <v, Dupont sts. 

SNOWY MOUNTAIN DIVISION, No. 
8, Grass Valley — Regular weekly meet- 
ing. Saturday evening, 

STOCKTON DIVISION, No. 9, Stockton. 

SONOMA DIVISION, No. 10, Sonoma— 
Regular weekly meeting, Monday even- 
ing. 

MARYSVILLE DIVISION. No. 11. 

GOLDEN GATE DIVISION, No, 12, San 
Francisco — Meets "Wednesday evenings, 
at Hall, corner of Jackson & Dupont sts. 

NAPA DIVISION, No. 13, Napa City. 

SANTA CLARA DIVISION, No. H, 
Santa Clara — Regular weekly meeting, 
Saturday evening. 

BENICIA DIVISION, No. 15, Benicia— 
Regular weekly meetings, Thursday 
evening. 

SONORA DIVISION. No. 16, Sonora. 

SIERRA NEVADA DIVISION, No. 17, 
Nevada — Regular weekly meeting, Fri- 
day evening. 



COLUMBIA DIVISION, No. 18. Colum- 
bia — Regular weekly meeting, "Wednes- 
dav evening*. 

PIONEER DIVISION, No. 19, Mariposa- 
Reirular weeklv meeting, Friday evening. 

ORIENTAL DIVISION, No. 20, San 
Francisco — Meets Tuesday evening, at 
Hail. 

COLD SPRINGS DIVISION, No. 22, 
Cold Spring — Regular weekly meeting, 
Tuesdav evening. 

GEM OF THE MINES DIVISION, No. 

23, Coloma. 

CRYSTAL FOUNTAIN DIVISION. No. 

24, Coon Hollow — Regular weekly meet- 
in?, Saturday evening. 

SANTA ROSA DIVISION, No. 25, Santa 
Rosa Valley — Regular weekly meeting, 
Saturdav evenings. 

DIAMOND* SPRINGS DIVISION, No. 
26, Diamond Springs. 

GOOD WILL DIVISION. No. 27,Vallecito. 

UNION DIVISION. No. 28, Mud Springs. 

PLACERVILLE DIVISION, No. 29, Pla- 
cerville. 

VOLCANO DIVISION, No. 30, Volcano. 



J8^° Pledges for the reception of Signa- 
tures can be found at Hillman's Temperance 
House, *Nos. 80 and 82 Davis street, and at 
Dr. Thurston's Office, National Temperance 
House. 32 Sacramento street. 



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APPENDIX 



SOCIETIES. 



French Benevolent Society. 

Organized 1851. 
The object of this Society is the relief of the sick and indigent of our French population. 

OFFICERS : 
LUCIEN HERMANN, President. 



vice-presidents, 
Abel Guy, 
G. Touchard. 

treasurer, 
Henry Shroder. 

secretaries, 
L. Galley, 
M. Leboucher. 

physicians, 
Dr. Lebetard, 
Dr. Huard. 



DIRECTORS, 
DUARD, 

D'Oliveria, 
bonvalot, 

Saulxier, 

HUERNE, 

Benjamin, 

MORIN, 

Chapelle, 

H. Chauviteau, 

MONDELET. 



Regular meetings of the Society every Wednesday evening. Place of meeting for the 
present at Mondelet's, Cafe Du Commerce, (late Bella Union.) Washington street, near 
Kearny. 

German Benevolent Society. 

Organized December, 1853. 

OFFICERS : 
G. VV. BECKH, President. 

DIRECTORS, 

A. Frisius, 

D. Banernfreund, 

J. C. A. NOTTING, 

J. Gaxdlach, 
J. Landsberger, 
H. Herzer, 
J. Hartmanx. 

The Society numbers two hundred and sixty-two members, and meets for the present 
at the Verandah Building, N. E. corner Washington and Kearny streets. 



VICE-PRESIDENTS, 

Au. Schneider, 
J. J. Herrlich. 

secretaries, 
Wm. Scheiden, 
M. Matthesox. 

TREASURER, 

D. H. Neuhaus. 



First Hebrew Benevolent Society. 

OFFICERS: 
LOUIS COHN, President, Front street, near California. 
JACOB MAYER, Vice-Presideut, Front street, near California. 
HENRY SELIGMAN, Treasurer, California street, near Sansome. 
HENRY J. LAB ATT, Secretary, Burgoyne's Building. 

directors. L. Crambach, Clay street. 

R. Laxde, Merchant street. A. Friedlander. Clay street. 

M. Barnett, 83 California street. T. Pander, Long Wharf. 



San Francisco Ladies' Protection and Relief Society. 

Organized July 12th, 1853. 

Established August 4th, 1853, for the purpose of rendering protection, aid and informa- 
tion to women in distress or need — residents or strangers. Also, for supplying families with 
suitable assistants. 

Office 151 Sacramento street. 

OFFICERS : 
Mrs. A. B. Eaton. President. * Mrs. Henry Haight, Treasurer. 

Mrs. Ira Rankin, Vice- President. Mrs. Wm. Leffingwell, Secretary. 

Mrs. F. A. M. Baldwin, Agent. 






APPENDIX. SOCIETIES. 255 

New England Society. 

Organized December 22d, 1852. 

OFFICERS : 
JAMES WILSON, President. 



VICE-PRESIDENTS. 

B. P. Webb. 
A. G. Randall, 
Frederick Bielings, 
D. 0. Shattuck, 
George W. Gibbs. 

treasurer, 
J. R. Robinson. 

RECORDING SECRETARY, 
WlLLARD B. FARWELL. 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY, 

T. Dwigiit Hint. 



LIBRARIAN, 

John Perry, Jr. 

AUDITOR. 

"William H. Clark. 

BOARD OF MANAGERS. 

J. P. Flint, 
J. D. Hunt, 
John S.vtterlee, 

C. D. Cl'SH.MAN. 

Henry F. Dana. 



Medical Society of San Francisco. 

Organized November 17th, 1853. 

This Society is intended to embrace every regular member of the Medical profession. 

OFFICERS : 

Dr. B. B. COIT President. 

Dr. H. E. GRAY First Vir C President. 

Dr. Y. MOTT. Jr Second Vice President. 

Dr. A. B. STOUT Recording Secretary. 

Dr. . . BERTOD V Corresponding Secretary. 

Dr. J. MORRISON Treasurer. 

Dr. .. BRINCK Curator. 

Dr. S. H. Gerry. Dr. . . Cole. Dr. S. R. Harris. ) r *_ <M _ 
T , ,, T T ^ u i Censors. 

Dr. . . McIntosh, Dr. . . Behr ) 

Doctors Geary and Coit are the two longest resident Physicians in the city, Dr. Geary 
having been here since April, 1849, and Dr. Coit since August of the same year. 



San Francisco Bible Society. 

Depository, 376 Stockton Street. 

Organized October 30th, 1849, at the Methodist Episcopal Church, Powell Street. 

ORIGINAL OFFICERS : 
JOHX M. FIXLEY. Esq President. 

Rev. J. L. YER MERE, ) 

Rev. ALBERT WILLIAMS . Vice Presidents. 

Rev. WILLIAM TAYLOR, ) 

Rev. T. DWIGHT HUNT Secretary. 

AY. TV. CALDWELL, Esq Treasurer. 

The design of the Society is to circulate the Scriptures, without note or comment, in the 
different languages used in this State and adjacent Territories. 

Since the formation of the Society, there have been issued from the Depository 8594 copies 
of the Bible, in the English, Spanish, and other European languages. 
OFFICERS FOR THE ENSUING TEAR : 
Hon. D. 0. SHATTUCK President. 



Rev. B. Brierly, ) Yj C e 

Rev. M. C. Bmggs, Presidents. 

Rev. Samuel H. VV illey. 



F. Br/EL, Secretary. 

Edward P. Flint, Esq., Treasurer. 



Col. D. S. Tcrner, Maj. A. B. Eaton. Nathaniel Gray, j Executive Committee. 
Esq., George YVyckoff, Esq., R. P. Spire, Esq., J 



256 



APPENDIX. — SOCIETIES, 



Pacific Tract Society. 

Organized February 24th, 1850. 

Repository No. 109 Clay street, over M. L. Wi7in's Fountain Head. 

OFFICEES : 

Maj. A. B. EATON, President, San Francisco. 



VICE-PRESIDENTS, 

Hon. R. H. Waller, San Francisco. 
Col. David S. Turner, San Francisco. 
Hon. E. J. Willis, Sacramento. 

TREASURER, 

Daniel L. Ross, San Francisco. 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY AND AGENT, 

Rev. Albert F. White, San Francisco. 

RECORDING SECRETARY, 

Willard Leonard, San Francisco. 

DIRECTORS, 

Rev. T. D. Hunt, San Francisco. 
Rev. Dr. Ver Mehr, San Francisco. 
Rev. Albert Williams, San Francisco. 
Rev. B. Brierly, San Francisco. 
Rev. M. C. Briggs, San Francisco. 
Rev. Jesse Boring, San Francisco. 
Rev. S. H. Willey, San Francisco. 
Rev. Wm. Taylor. San Francisco. 
Rev. Wm. Rollinson, San Francisco. 
Rev. Wm. C. Pond, San Francisco. 
Rev. S. D. Simonds, San Francisco. 
Rev. Morris Evans, San Fraucisco. 
Rev. Wm Spear, San Francisco. 
Mr. H. C. Beals, San Francisco. 
Mr. F. S. Hawley, San Francisco. 
Mr. E. P. Flint, San Francisco. 
Rev. James H. Warren, Nevada. 
Rev. J. K. Tansey, Nevada. 
Mr. Hamlet Davis, Nevada. 
Rev. B. F. Rawlins, Placervllle. 
Rev. James Pierpont, Placerville. 
Rev. J. K. Barre, Placerville. 
Rev. Daniel Deal, Sonora. 
Capt. E, Knight, San Francisco. 
Mr. John F. Pope, San Francisco. 
Mr. David N. Hawley, San Francisco. 
Mr. J. R. Rollinson. San Francisco. 
Mr. George Wickoff, San Francisco. 
Mr. John H. Stout, San Francisco. 
Mr. Thomas H. Selby, San Francisco. 
Dr. H. B. May, San Francisco. 
Mr. Wm. H. Dow, San Francisco. 
Mr. Thomas J. Nevins, San Francisco. 
Mr. Fred'k Billings, San Francisco. 
Mr. C. L. Ross, San Francisco. 



Mr. M. S. Bucklew, San Francisco. 
Rev. S. Woobridge, Benicia. 
Rev. B. F. Russell, Benicia. 
Mr. E. C. Wetmore, Benicia. 
Rev. S. S. Harmon, Sonora 
Rev. D. A. Dryden, Grass Valley. 
Rev. J. G. Hale, Grass Valley. 
Rev. A. Bland, Los Angeles. 
Hon. B. D. Wilson, Los .Angeles. 
Rev. T. W. Hinds, Santa Cruz. 
Rev. C. McClay, Santa Cruz. 
Rev. Wm. Corwin, San Jose. 
Rev. A. M. Winn, San Jose. 
Rev. L. 0. Grennell, San Jose. 
Mr. Thomas Douglass, San Jose. 
Rev. G. M. Hanson, Marysville. 
Rev. E. B Walsworth, Marysville. 
Dr. Wilder, Marysville. 
Rev. J. A. Benton, Saramento. 
Rev. 0. C. Wheeler, Saramento. 
Rev. R. B. Stratton, Sacramento. 
Rev. .J. Matthews, Sacramento. 
Rev. James Woods, Stockton. 
Rev. G. B. Saxton, Stockton. 
Mr. B. W. Owens, Stockton. 
Gov. G. C. Edwards, Stockton. 
Mr. V. N. Peyton, Stockton. 

Mr. Anthony, Santa Cruz. 

Rev. 0. Riley, Sonoma. 
Hon. D. 0. Shattcck, Sonoma. 
Rev. R. McCoy, Santa Clara. 
Prof. E. Bannister. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

Maj. A. B. Eaton, ex-officio member and 
Chairman of the Committee. 

Mr. Thos. H. Selby, of the Presbyterian 
Church. 

Mr. Willard Leonard, of the Congre- 
gational Church. 

Mr. D. L. Ross, of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church. 

Mr. D. S. Turner, of the Protestant 
Episcopal Church. 

Mr. George Wyckoff, of the Baptist 
Church. 



American Sunday School Union. 

T. J. NEVINS, Agent. 
Room No. 3, third floor, Phaznix Block, Clay street. 



APPENDIX. — C H R I S T I A N ASSOCIATION. 257 

Young Men's Christian Association of the City 
of San Francisco. 

Organized July 12th, 1853. 

Rooms Post-Office Building, corner Clay and Kearny streets, 2d floor, 

OFFICERS ■ 

WILLIAM K. OSBORN '. President, 

JOSEPH L. ROBERTS. Baptist. ) 

EDWARD P. FLINT, Congregational. | 
HENRY B. MAY, Episcopalian, 1 Tr - D . , t 

ALBERT MILLER, Luthera*, f Vice-Presidents. 

JOHN H. STOUT, Methodist, I 

JAMES B. ROBERTS. Presbyterian, J 

FRAN KLIN S. RISING, , Recording Secretary. 

JOSI All BACON Corresponding Sec'ru, 

EDMUND B. BENJAMIN Treasurer. 

EL1HU JOHNSON Librarian. 



Thomas P. Gould, 
Frederick S. Hawley, 
Richard P. Spier, 
Lucius Bell, 



MANAGERS '. 

Charles \V. Bond, 
Joseph G. Armor, 
James D. Cogswell, 
Franklin S. Rising, 
William C Pond. 



STANDING COMMITTEES OF BOARD OF MANAGERS : 

Library and Rooms. 
Ei.inr Johnson, Chairman, Alkekt Miller, 

Edward P. Flint, Henry B. May, 

James B. Roberts. 
Lectures. 
Thomas F. Gould, Chairman, James D. Cogswell, 

Frederick S r Hawley, Charles W. Bond, 

William C. Pond. 

Finance. 9 

Edward P. Flint, Chairman, John H, Titcom3, 

Edmund B. Benjamin, John H. Stodt, 

Lucius Bell. 

Printing and Publication. 
Franklin S. Rising, Chairman, Richard P. Spier, 

William C. Pond, Josiah Bacon, 

Joseph G. Armor. 



MEETINGS, COMMITTEES, ETC. 

The meetings of this Association will be opened from the months of September to 
April, inclusive, at 7W o'clock, P. M.; during the months of May. June, July and August, 
at 8 o'clock, P. M,* 

The standing committees of the Association are as follows, viz ; 

A Committee of Three on Essays. 

A Committee of Twelve to aid members and others in selecting suitable boarding 
houses. 

A Committee of Twelve to aid members and others in procuring employment. 

A list of the names of the above-mentioned Committees will be found at the rooms of 
the Association, where will also be found a book containing a list of Sunday Schools needing 
teachers, locality, and hour of meeting. 

Lectures for Young Men will from time to time be delivered before the Association by 
the clergymen of the city and others. 

Devotional meetings will be held in the rooms of the Association two evenings in each 
month . 

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258 APPENDIX. — ORPHAN ASYLUM, ETC. 

The above Association, established in this city for the moral and mental improvement 
of young men, have opened their rooms over the Post-Office, where may be found a well 
selected library, and all the leading newspapers and periodicals from every part of the Union. 

To all residents of San Francisco and strangers arriving in this city, the Association 
extend a cordial invitation to visit their rooms, trusting they will find it a pleasant and 
profitable resort. 



San Francisco Orphan Asylum Society. 

Organized, February, 1851, in the First Presbyterian Church, 

BY A FEW LADIES OF THE DIFFERENT CONGREGATIONS OF SAN FRANCISCO. 

BOARD OF MANAGEMENT FOR 1851. 

Mrs. WILLIAMS President. 

Mrs. WILLBY Vice President. 

Mrs. BORING Treasurer. 

Mrs. WARREN Secretary. 

Managers. 



Mrs. Waller, 
Mrs. Taylor, 
Mrs. Wheeler, 



Mrs. E. V. Gillespie,. 
Mrs. Joyce, 
Mrs. Dubbs. 



Trustees. 

Messrs. Charles Gilman, Stephen Franklin, Daniel L. Ross. 

MATRON Mrs. WILSON. 

Commenced with eight Orphans. 

PRESENT BOARD OF MANAGEMENT. 

Mrs. WILLIAMS President. 

Mrs. BORING Vice President. 

Mrs. WALLER Treasurer. 

Mrs. C. V. GILLESPIE Secretary. 

Managers. 

Mrs. T. Dwight Hunt, 



Mrs. Alfred De Witt, 
Mrs. David Gillespie, 
Mrs. Wm. Leffingwell, 
Mrs. HeWry Haight, 
Mrs. Pettit, 



Mrs. F. W. Macondray, 
Mrs. S. R. Throckmorton, 
Mrs. Wm. Rankin, 
Mrs. Titcomb. 



Trustees. 

Messrs. Charles Gilman, Stephen Franklin, Daniel L. Ross. 

MATRON Mrs. WILSON. 

Since our last report the Asylum has remained in the cottage of Mr. Halleck, on Folsom 
street, — who has generously declined to receive rent for it. 

Our new Asylum is nearly completed, and will cost, when finished, about $24,000. We 
have already expended $20,000. 

At the present time there are twenty-four orphans in the Asylum, besides four more un- 
der its charge. 



San Francisco Cricket Club. 

GEORGE AIKEN, President. 

C. T. EMMET, E. D. NEATLEY, Vice Presidents. 

J. B. MONTIFORE, Secretary. 

W. L. BROOKS, Treasurer. 

COMMITTEE : 
M. Delaney, L. Price. 



APPENDIX. — COMPANIES. 259 



Mountain Lake Water Company. 

Organized, August 14th, 1851, 
Under the General Incorporation Act. 

CAPITAL STOCK, $1,000,000— SHARES, $50 EACH. 

OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY: 

SAMUEL PURDY President. 

WILLIAM G. WOOD Secretin,/. 

HENRY HAIGHT Treasurer. 

PAGE, BACON & CO Banters. 

A. D. MERRIFIELD Superintendent. 

HENRY S. DEXTER Engineer. 

Directors : 



Samuel Purdy, 
Ferdinand Vassault, 
George C. Bates, 



John Middleton, 
C. J. Sage, 
Aug. J. Bowie, 



Jacob R. Snyder. 
Office of the Companv, 174 Montgomery Street, Second Floor. 

San Francisco and Mission Dolores Plank EoadCo. 

Organized, November 19tu, 1850. 

CAPITAL STOCK $300,000. 

JAS. 0. WARD, President, 
HENRY BAKER, Secretary. 
DIRECTORS : 
Jas. C. Ward, A. P. Crittenden, 

H. W. Halleck, Ciias. L. Case, 

P. AY Van Winkle. 
This Company own the Mission street and Folsom street Roads. The former 2% miles 
long, completed July 25th, 1851 ; and the latter '2 l g miles long, completed Nov. 14th, 1853. 
Both these Roads were built by authority of Ordinances of the Common Council of the 
City of San Francisco, confirmed by act of Legislature of the State. Charter extends to 
eight years from March Tth, 1853. 

Office of the Company, 174 Montgomery Street, Second Floor. 

San Francisco Manufacturing Company. 

Organized, September 10th, 1852, 
Under the "Act concerning Corporations, passed April 22d, 1850." 

OFFICERS : 

ROBERT ALLEN President. 

ANDREW GARR Secretary. 

TRUSTEES : 

Bobert Allen, Ferd. Vassault, 

Jas. M. Estill, Joseph Daniels, 

Andrew Garr. 

Re-organized, October 27th, 1853, 

Under the "Act to Provide for the Formation of Corporations for certain 

purposes, approved April l&h, 1853." 

OFFICERS : 

THOMAS D. JOHNS President. 

L. H. ALLEN Secretary. 

TRUSTEES : 
Thos. D. Johns, ! Ferd. Vassault, 

James M. Estill, J. C. Hoyt, 

William H. White. 
Office of the Company, 174 Montgomery Street, Second Floor. 



260 APPENDIX. — LIBRARIES. — GAS COMPANY. 



Mercantile Library Association. 

Post Office Building, N. E. comer of Clay and Kearney streets, second Jloor. 
Organized, 24th January, 1853. 

PRESENT OFFICERS \ 
DAVID S. TURNER, President. 
H. CHANNING BEALS, Vice President. 
WILLIAM H. STEVENS, Recording Secretary. 
F. A. WOODWORTH, Corresponding Secretary. 
C. L. STRONG, Treasurer. 

, Librarian. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS ! 
D. 0. Vail, P. A. Roach, 

A. G. Randall, J. H. Purkitt, 

Edw. P. Flint, W. R. Wadsworth, 

F. A. Hawley, Wm. McMichael, 

J. H. Gardner, 
The Library numbers at present 2600 volumes. The Reading Room is supplied with a 
large number of periodicals and papers, and is open from 9 A. M. to 10 P. M. 



San Francisco Law Library Association. 

Established, A. D. 1852.— Capital Stock, $30,000. 

OFFICERS : 
WILLIAM B. OLDS, President. 
J. SPENCER OLDS, Librarian and Secretary. 
DIRECTORS : 
Elisha Cook, William B. Olds, Chas. MoC. Delany. 

The Library of this Association is located in the City Hall, and already contains upwards 
of 4,500 volumes of Legal and other works, and is rapidly increasing. From its location 
it greatly facilitates the business of our Courts; and has become almost a necessary ad- 
junct to the transaction of Judicial business. During the past five months, over 3,200 vol- 
umes have been drawn out, to be used in the various Courts, and the benefits and influence 
of the Library are constantly extending. 

The Association is incorporated under the law of this State) and is sustained by the 
monthly subscriptions of such as desire to avail themselves of its advantages. The objects 
of the Association are "to establish and maintain a Library of Literary, Legal and other 
professional works ; to promote the cultivation of Legal science, the advancement of juris- 
prudence, the extending of literary influence and legal research ; and generally, the advance- 
ment and diffusion of knowledge, in its various branches." 

This institution is the first and only one of the kind on the Pacific Ocean, and although 
still in its infancy, its Library will already favorably compare with those of long standing in 
the Atlantic States. 

It originated in the private enterprise and exertion of WILLIAM B. OLDS, Esq., now 
the President of the Association, who is entitled to great credit for thus successfully estab- 
lishing in our City, an institution of so great importance, and which bids fair to be second 
to none in the Union. 

The San Francisco Gas Company. 

Incorporated August 31st, 1852. 
Capital Stock, $150,000--in Shares of $100 each. 

OFFICERS : 
BEVERLY C. SANDERS, President. 
JOHN CRANE, Secretary. 

TRUSTEES : 
B. C Sanders, J. Mora Moss, 

John H. Saunders, Jas. Donahue, 

John Crane. 



APPENDIX . — O CEAN STEAM COM PAX IE S. — T ELEGKAPH. 261 

Ocean Steam navigation. 



PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. 
Office, N. W. corner Sacramento and Leidesdorff streets, San Francisco. 

The Company have now the following Steamers leaving San Francisco on the 1st and 
16th of even* month for Panama and intermediate Ports, with the U. S. Mail. 

Steamship SAN FRANCISCO, 3000 tons J. F. Watkixs, Commander. 

GOLDEN GATE, 3000 '• .... J. B. G. Isham. 

JOHN L. STEPHENS,... 3000 " ....R. H. Pearsox, 

NORTHERNER 1500 " .... 

CALIFORNIA, 1500 " ....R. II. Whiting, 

OREGON 1400 •' V. V. H. Leroy, 

PANAMA 1300 " ....W. II. Ihnsox, 

REPUBLIC 1100 " ....Allan McLaxe, 

COLUMBUS 800 ".... Dow, 

Two or more of these Steamers will always be in Port at either end of the route. 

The COLUMBIA, 800 tons. W. E. Dall, Commander, has been placed on the route 
between San Francisco and Portland, Oregon Territory, touching at the intermediate Ports 
of Humboldt, Trinidad and Port Orford. 

Agents of the Company on the Pacific Coast. 
A. B. Forbes, Panama; J. Dirbrow, Jr. Portland, O. T.; S. Tyler, Acapulco. 

E. FLINT, General Agent of the Company. 
Office, San Francisco, corner Sacramento and Leidesdorff streets. 



NICARAGUA STEAMSHIP COMPANY. 

Office, North-East Corner of Sacramento and ^Leidesdorff streets. 

This Line is composed of the following Steamers, leaving San Francisco on the 1st and 
16th of every month for San Juan del Sud, direct. 

Steamship SIERR A NEVADA, C. H. Baldwin, Commander. 

BROTHER JONATHAN, • • • • 

CORTES C. P. Seabury, 

PACIFIC, Blethen, 

C. K. GARRISON, Agent, San Francisco. 



INDEPENDENT OPPOSITION LINE. 

Office of the Line, Jackson street Wharf. 

Steamship UNCLE SAM, 2000 tons, .... Wm. A. Mills, Commander. 

G. B. POST & Co., Agents. 

California State Telegraph Company. 

Capital, $300,000. 

Office, 159 Clay street, one door above Montgomery. 

W. R. R ANS OM, Superintendant California State Telegraph Co. 
E. C. HEWINGS. Operator State Telegraph Office. 
B. G. STOCKTON, Bookeeper State Telegraph Office. 
WM. PATTERSON, Messenger State Telegraph Office. 

RATES. 

From San Francisco to Stockton, Sacramento and Marysville ; for first ten words, $2 
each additional five words, 75 cents. 

To San Jose ; first ten words, Si ; each additional five words, 40 cents. 

JOHN MIDDLETON, President. 
E. R. CARPENTIER. Secretary, 
JOS. O. PALMER, Treasurer. 
DIRECTORS : 

Sqi-ire P I>kw;:v H. W. Carpextiei;, 

Charles W. Cook, E D. Keyes. 



262 APPENDIX. — MILITARY. 

Pacific Division United States Army. 

HEAD QUARTERS SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 
Brevet Brig. Gen. E. A. HITCHCOCK, Col. Second Infantry, Commanding. 

Office, Parrott's Building, corner of Montgomery and California streets, 

3</ floor, entrance on California street. 

GENERAL STAFF. 

Assistant Adjutaut General Major E. D. TOWNSEND. 

Aid de Camp 1st Lieut. WM. M. GARDNER, 2d Inf. 

Quartermaster Major OSBORNE CROSS. 

Commissary Subsistence Brevet Major A. B. EATON. 

Medical Director Surgeon C. S. TRIPLER. 

Chief Paymaster Major HIRAM LEONARD. 

Engineer Officer Captain H. W. HALLECK. 

CORPS OF ENGINEERS. 

Offices in Montgomery Block. 

Major J. G.BARNARD. 

Brevet Major Z. B. TOWER. 

First Lieutenant W. H. C. WHITING. 

Second Lieutenant W. P. TROWBRIDGE. 

Brevet Second Lieutenant F. E. PRIME. 

Brevet Second Lieutenant N. F. ALEXANDER. 

Military Post at the Presidio. 

Company M, Third Artillery. 

Captain * E. D. KEYES, Commanding. 

Brevet Captain J. H. LENDRUM. 

Second Lieutenant RICHARD ARNOLD. 

Brevet Second Lieutenant S. MOWRY. 






Independent Companies. 

FIRST CALIFORNIA GUARDS, (Artillery Corps.) 

Armory, Armory Hall. 
Organized July 27th, 1849, and the Oldest Independent Company in California. 

ORIGINAL OFFICERS : 

Captain HENRY M. N AGLEE. 

First Lieutenant W. D. M. HOWARD. 

First Lieutenant MYRON NORTON. 

Second Lieutenant HALL McALLISTER. 

Second Lieutenant DAVID T. BAGLEY. 

First Orderly Sergeant R. H. SINTOX. 

Surgeon SAMUEL GERRY, M. D. 

PRESENT OFFICERS : 

Captain FRED'K A. WOODWARD. 

First Lieutenant JOHN A. CLARK. 

Second Lieutenant GEORGE F. WATSON. 

Second Lieutenant A. G. RANDALL. 

Quartermaster Sergeant JAMES G. PEARSON. 

Orderly Sergeant JOHN S. ELLIS. 

Second Sergeant R. M. STEPHENSON. 

Third Sergeant E. W. CROWELL. 

Fourth Sergeant H. F. WADSWOETH. 

First Corporal THOMAS ELLIOTT. 

Second Corporal JAMES F. CURTIS. 

Third Corporal JOHN W. CONNER. 

Fourth Corporal BEN J. R. WOOD WORTH. 

Surgeon SAMUEL GERRY, M. D. 

Total number of members 100 — on active duty 45. 



APPENDIX. — MILITARY COMPANIES. 263 

EMPIRE GUARDS, 

For Annual Target Excursions, and Composed Principally of Members of Empire Fire 

Company, Xo. 1. 

Organized April 12th, 1851. 

OFFICERS : 

Captain GEORGE W. GREEX. 

First Lieutenant GEORGE R. D AYLDSOX. 

Second Lieutenant JOHN SCOTT. 

Third Lieutenant CHARLES P. DUAXE. 

Fourth Lieutenant T. P. EVERETT. 

Fifth Lieutenant J. B. BRADY. 

Sixth Lieuteuant L. H. ROBIE. 

Orderly Sergeant C. H. DEXTEB. 

Second Sergeant C. L. BARNES. 

Third Sergeant GEORGE 11 AYS. 

Fourth Sergeant JAMES X ELLIGAN. 



PIONEERS 



J. L. Wells. 
D. H. Rand, 
John Torrence, 
Charles Kohler, 



C. W. Dbubt, 

B. F. Moulton, 

L. F. Oakly. 

R. E. Woods. 
CHARLES H. DEXTER, Secretary. 
WM. MeKIBBEX, Treasurer. 
Active members, one hundred and twenty-five. 



MARION RIFLE CORPS. 

Armory, corner of Jackson and Dupont streets. 
Organized May 14th, 1852. 

ORIGINAL OFFICERS : 

Captain F. B. SCHAEFFER. 

First Lieutenant G. R. DAVIDSON. 

Second Lieutenant J. W. RIDER. 

Junior Second Lieutenant W. W. HAW KS. 

First Sergeant W. XEELY JOHXSOX. 

PRESENT OFFICERS : 

Captain F. B. SCHAEFFER. 

First Lieutenant W. AY. HAWKS. 

Second Lieutenant ROBKRT B. QUAYLE. 

Brevet Second Lieutenant W. XEELY JOHXSOX. 

Orderlv Sergeant EDWIX A. RIGG. 

Second Orderly Sergeant EDWARD SHIPPEX. 

Third Orderlv Sergeant H. M. WILLIS. 

Fourth Orderly Sergeant J AS. W. ST1 LLMAX. 

Quartermaster's Sergeant L. F. ZANTZINGER. 

Corporal BEXJ. G. DAYIS. 

Corporal JOH X MAY. 

Corporal HEXRY BARROIHLET. 

Corporal CHARLFS GROXLIER. 

Surgeon WAKE BRYARLY, M. D. 

CIVIL OFFICERS : 

EDWARD SHIPPEX, Treasurer. 

HEXRY M. WILLIS, Secretary. 

CHARLES WIXTER, Assistant Secretary. 

PIONEERS : 



George F. James, 
G. F. Know, 
J. W. Wells, 



John Torrence, 

M. D. Eyre, 

George Frank Lemon. 



Total number of members 65 ; doing active duty 48. 



264 APPENDIX. — MILITARY COMPANIES, 

NATIONAL LANCERS, (Cavalry Corps.) 

Armory. Armory Hall.— Organized June 25th, 1852. 
OFFICERS : 

Captain J. R. WEST, 

First Lieutenant THOMAS HAYS. 

Second Lieutenant MICHAEL FENNELL. 

Second Lieutenant M. T. O'CONNOR. 

Surgeon A. B. STOUT, M. D. 

Quartermaster W. W. SHERWOOD. 

Ensign THOMAS MOTLEN. 

Judge Advocate M. -O'CALLAH AN. 

First Sergeant EDWARD CANEY. 

Second Sergeant J. BRADLEY. 

Third Sergeant JOHN C. BELL. 

Fourth Sergeant M. HAYS. 

First Corporal EDWARD BARRON. 

Second Corporal EDWARD OULLAHAN. 

Third Corporal JOHN MURPHY. 

Fourth Corporal JAMES BARRETT. 

Yeterinary Surgeon ■ ■ DELANY. 

Active members forty-five. 

EUREKA LIGHT HORSE GUARDS. 

Armory, Armory Hall.— Organized June 25th, 1852. 
OFFICERS : 

Captain J. ROWELL. 

First Lieutenant L. HASKELL. 

Second Lieutenant J. SE WALL REED. 

Brevet S. cond Lieutenant A. McKENDRY. 

Orderly Sergeant J. SEWALL REED. 

Second Sergeant A. McKENDRY. 

Third Sergeant GEORGE REED. 

Fourth Sergeant C. B. GRANT. 

First Corporal CHARLES H. DEXTER. 

Second Corporal GEORGE W. COFFEE. 

Third Corporal JOHN PAINE. 

Fourth Corporal M. SCEGEDI. 

Trumpeter M. HARRISITY. 

Clerk GEORGE REED. 

Treasurer W. B. BENT. 

stive members fifty ; Privates thirty -six. 



SAN FRANCISCO BLUES, (Infantry Corps.) 

Armory, Armory Hall. — Organized August 4th, 1852. 
OFFICERS : 

Captain WILLIAM R. GORHAM. 

First Lieutenant DAYID SCANNELL. 

Second Lieutenant J. MARTIN REESE. 

Third Lieutenant H. McN ALLY. 

Ensign HENRY McNALLY. 

Quartermaster HENRY H. BYRNE. 

Orderly Sergeant ROBERT FARRAN. 

Second Sergeant HER VEY LAK E. 

Third Sergeant CHARLES L. B ARRUS. 

Fourth Sergeant TIMOTHY DEXTER. 

First Corporal CORNELIUS McC AULLY. 

Second Corporal SAMUEL VV. NEWHALL. 

Third Corporal JACOB LERMAN. 

Fourth Corporal JOSEPH MARSHALL. 

Surgeon S. B. MILLS, M. D. 

Secretary SAM'L W. NEWHALL. 

Number of members, sixty — on active duty, fifty. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



17 



MAMS & HITCHCOCK, 

PUBLISHERS, BOOKSELLERS 

.1*WI> IMPORTERS; 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX 




Mercantile Stationery, 



Cutlery, Fancy Goods. School and Miscellaneous Books, Music and 
Musical Instruments, Pianos and Melodeons, 

FMHI&S, EKMUire, &C 

168 ^Iontgomery street, 

SAX FRAXCISCO. 



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WQ&&JBV, \pjzz)j>mm^©^a 



BOARD AND LODGING BY THE DAY OR WEEK. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



WOOD WORTH & Co, 

IMPORTERS OF 
















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ILLDlDJrailB i 



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130 Clay street, near Sansome, San Francisco. 




EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR CALIFORNIA 

FOR THE SALE OF THE 



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AND 



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MUSIC STOOLS & PIANO COVERS 



IN EVERY VARIETY. 



A LARGE STOCK OF 

Piano Fortes for Hire, 



ALWAYS ON HAND. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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U/iLLIjH J a 



H. W. BRADLEY'S 

nxrmm, mm® 

Corw of 6lD(i qiic rj^roij sifteis, Sqq Elr^flcfeco. 
And TVos. 67 and 68 J street, Sacramento City. 

The largest Importer and Dealer in the best qualities of Iffip EVERY 
ARTICLE REQUIRED IN THE BUSINESS. 

PORTRAITS, large or small, equal to any in the world, taken at short 
notice. — Also, the most improved 

I n>€t ft v SfeMf i u r i ir i y o g. @g, 

A new and beautiful improvement in the Art. 



WASHIHTGTOH BATHS 



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174 Washington st. between Montgomery and Kearny, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

This establishment has now TWENTY BATH ROOMS, each 
furnished with every convenience for the Bath and Toilet. 

Separate Rooms (with private entrance) exclusively for the accom- 
modation of Ladies. 

Gentlemen's HAIR CUTTING, DRESSING, SHAVING and 
SHAMPOON1NG, executed in a style which cannot be surpassed. 



"Warm or Cold Baths. ..75 cents. 

Shower Baths 50 " 

Hair Cutting 75 " 

Shampooning 50 " 



JOHN SHORT. ) 

JAMES JAMESON, } Proprietors. 
DAVID DWYER, ) 



MONTGOMERY BATHING ROOMS 

Jfkir Drpffiiing imh filming Idnijit, 

MONTGOMERY STREET, next door South of Burgoyne & Go's 

Banking House. 

WARM AND COLD BATHS AT ALL HOURS. 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



WM. CRAINE. 



THOS. ENGLAND. 



CRAINE £ ENGLAND, 




No. 15 County Building, Portsmouth Square, west side, 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Offer their services for the preparation of accurate Designs for Public 
Buildings, Stores, Warehouses and Private Residences; together with 
Plans, Specifications and Working- Drawings for the purposes thereof. 

H@r° Interior Decorations and Landscape Gardening. Buildings 

inspected, measured and valued. 

S. M'LEAN STEPHENSON, 

ISO S^3l3>3"SC>3^I:ES STH3SBT. 





JOSEPH BOARDMAN, 

ARCHITECT, CIVIL ENGINEER, SURVEYOR, AND MEASURER OF PLASTERING 
AND BRICK WORK— LATE OF NEW YORK. 

No. 131 California Street. 3 Door3 below Montgomery Street, San Francisio. 
The importance of employing an experienced Practical Architect, becomes each suc- 
cessive day more apparent, as parties now are rivalling each other in the BEAUTY and 
GOOD ARRANGEMENT of their BUILDINGS. Many here have employed me to re- 
arrange their buildings. My long experience in San Francisco, New York, and the 
principal cities in Europe, and having served seven years' apprenticeship to one of the most 
eminent Architects, qualifies me to solicit a continuance of the patronage from those invest- 
ing in building. I guarantee to get your buildings put up by contract, however plain or 
small, 50 per cent, cheaper than by the old expensive system of days work. You will then 
know how much your building is going to cost. 



L. R. TOWNSEND, 



sC^f' JL * 



Plans, Elevations, Specifications, Contracts, &c. of all kinds of Buildings, 
made at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms. 

Office, 3 Polsom's IGuilcUxig;, 

Corner of Leidsdorff and California streets. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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REUBEN CLARK. 



JAMES GEORGE. 



CLARK & GEORGE, 

Express Buildings, 

Corner of Montgomery and California streets, second floor. 




WM. H. RANLETT, 

SUPERINTENDENT CUSTOM HOUSE, 

SUPERINTENDENT L. M. CEMETERY, 

No. 6 FOLSOM'S IRON BUILDING, 

Corner of Leidsdorff and California streets, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



■iWAii amuur, 
HOUSE CARPENTER & BUILDER, 

247 Clay street, 

South side, second house East of Stockton, San Francisco. 



STORES FITTED UP with exceeding neatness and dispatch. — 
JOBBING of every description in wood work. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



JOSEPH B. WELLS. HKNRY H. HAIGHT. * JOSEPH E. GARY. 



WELLS, HAICHT * GARY, 




Vil 



J ^V <?J & 



OFFICE CALIFORNIA EXCHANGE, 



OVER THE POST OFFICE. 



A. P. CRITTENDEN. 



SAMUEL W. INGE. 

(U. S. Dist. Attorney.) 




PjgroiLJ.g^te £2; 



CRITTENDEN & INGE, 



Qfe 

as 






AND 



UOIS AT LAW, 



§onfi|~toe$f 6oh of 1Yfelrcl]^i ^3 l^oKjfcjotyeiPlj §fs., 
San Francisco, Cal. 

C. & T. WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF 
SAN FRAFCISCO, AND IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF 
THE STATE. 

sawyer, mmm & pixley, 




I 




W J..-JL I JB^l 

Corner of Ulerehant and Montgomery Sts. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 23 



EDWARD J. C. KEWEN. ROBT. F. MORRISON. 



KEWEjV & MORRISON, 

Ittnriinjs anil Cnttitsellnrs at ID am, 

AXD 

! PR0CT0RS IN ADMIRALTY, 

49 CLAY STREET, SECOND FLOOR, SAN FRANCISCO. 
K. & M. practice in all the Courts of San Francisco, and in the Supreme Court of the State. 



MTIGE TO CLAIM AFTS, 

CLAIMS OF SEAMEN FOR EXTRA PAY, FREEMONT BATTA- 
LION, MORMON BATTALION, AND NEW YORK VOLUN- 
TEER CLAIMS. 

J. D. STEVENSON & CO., Par>on's Buildings, North Side of 
Clay street, between Montgomery and Sansome, purchase or prepare Ap- 
plications for Pay, Milage. Land Warrants, and all other claims of the 
Fremont Battalion, Mormon Battalion. New York Volunteers, Moorhead 
and Bean's Expedition, and Claims of Seamen for Extra Pay in the Naval 
and Revenue Service on the Pacific, during the War with Mexico, and 
since 1850. And all claims of the National or State Troops against State 
or General Government. 



HART & STEVENSON, 

&ttos&hots &n© -zmtimixymB at -law 

AND PROCTORS IN ADMIRALTY. 

WILLIAMThART, 

NOTARY PUBLIC UNDER THE LAW OF 1853. 

Notarial business in all its branches, promptly attended to. Nos. 7 
and 8 Parson's Building, Clay street, between Montgomery and Sansome 
s treets, San Francisco. 

WALLER & DODGES, 

90 MERCHANT ST„ COR, MONTGOMERY, 

ROYAL H. WALLER, HENRY L. DODGES, 

COMM'r FOR OHIO. COMM'R FOR VERMONT. 



24 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. . . 

CAMPBELL, TAYLOR & BECKH, ] 

OFFICE! 

CORNER OF CLAY AND MONTGOMERY STREETS. 

ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, ) O T" e 

E.W.TAYLOR, W FiffllOClSCO. 

G. W. BECKH. ) v ' v ' 

= ■% 

E. C. MARSHALL. JOHN M. HUNTINGTON. SAMUEL H. DWINELLE. 

^ttorneijs, praetors anb Counsellors, 
AT LAW AM) IS ADMIRALTY. 

M'ALLISTER'S BUILDING, CLAY STREET, 

BBSWBBH MGMGGMMY MB SBIDSBOm, 
San Francisco. 






S. W. HOLLADAY. C. R. SAUNDERS. JAS. C. CARY. 

I0LLADAY, SAUNDERS & CARY, 

mwmE 9 mmTmwmm wlm€1k 9 

COR. MONTGOMERY AND WASHINGTON STS., ROOMS 13 & 14, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 25 



JAMES T. BOYD, 

jflontgomery Block. 



HALL McALLISTER. CHARLES TT. S. WILLIAMS. JULIUS K. ROSE. 




in 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS 

Montgomery street, between Clay and Commercial. 



B. 6. AUSTIN, 

3^531133 a? taa 



J -NT) 



Commissioner fur tlje Itate of 3Gti ossar {rntspifs, 

Nos. 10 and 11 Wells' Building. 

HESLEP & MACRAE, 
JUtorarQ5 anil Caanstllars at faro, 

Office No. — second floor of Nagle's Building, 
CORNER OF MONTGOMERY AND MERCHANT STS. 

ENTRANCE FROM BOTH STREETS. 
AUG. M. HESLEP, GEO. W. MACRAE, 

Jjdta of St. L^uis. Late Judge of Supreme Court, Florida. 

2* 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



LEVI PARSONS. 



BLISHA COOK. 



WILLIAM B. OLDS. 



PARSONS, COOK & OLDS, 

Sttiorntns nnt> ComtscUors at &avo, 

(Bxfowrm bet n>AJBB@sffss> ibwhimmis^^ 

CliAY STitEET, between IflonlgoEiiery and Sansome. 




^ 



Have REMOVED to the SECOND STORY of their building, and do 
not receive any more deposits ; but continue to draw 



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under confirmed credits, and attend to a general 




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BILLS ON LONDON on OVEREND, GURNEY & CO. and. 

FREDERICK HUTH & CO. 
BILLS ON PARIS on HOTTING 1 - IE R & CO. 

Warren's In: proved Fire and Water Proof Felt 
and Composition Hoofing. 

Extensively used for the last six years in St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, Buffalo, 
Philadelphia, Baltimore, &c. <iirc. 

J. H. FURKITT, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



WARREN'S ROOFS 

Office, 35 Battery street, San Francisco, California. 



All work done promptly, in the beat manner, with the best materials, and warranted to stand 

good in a!! its parts. It' it shall prove otherwise, it will be made good. 
All orders and letters promptly attended to. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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N.W. corner Montgomery and Commercial streets, 

MESSRS. ROTHSCHILD. 



Upon all the principal Cities of Europe and the United States, 



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Si Wi corner of Montgomery and Washington streets. 

Exchange, Bank Certificates, Gold Bars, Gold Bust, 

purchased at highest rates ; and 
EXCHANGE for Sale* at Sight or Tiaiie, on 

Baring Bros. & Co London. 

Hottinguer & Co Paris. 

John E. Thayer & Bro Boston. 

Burgoyne <fe Plume New York. 

Phoenix Bank New York. 

Philadelphia Bank Philadelphia. 

E. W. dark & Co Philadelphia. 

Josiah Lee & Co Baltimore. 

Chubb Bros Washington. 

State Bank Charleston, S. C. 

L. A. Benoist & Co St. Louis. 

Caual Bank New Orleans. 

Horace Bean & Co. New Orleans. 

Ellis & Morton Cincinnati. 



28 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

DANIEL D. PAGK, I PAVID CHAMBERS, I FRANCIS W PAGE, 

HENRY D. BACON, HENRY HAIG-IIT, S;.c amenta City, 

St Louis. San Fra ciscn. 

PAGE, BACON & CO., 

MONTGOMERY, CORNER OF CALIFORNIA STREET, 

DRAW AT SIGHT, OR ON TIME, IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON 

George Peabody & Co London. 

F. Huth & Co , .London. 

American Exchange Bank . . „ . New York, 

Duncan, Sherman & Co New York. 

Atlantic Bank Boston. 

Philadelphia Bank Philadelphia. 

Josiah Lee <fe Co Baltimore. 

Louisiana State Bank New Orleans. 

Page & Bacon St. Louis. 

Hutchings & Co Louisville. 

T. S. Goodman & Co Cincinnati. 

S. Jones & Co Pittsburg. 

Gold Dust and Exchange purchased at Current 

Hates. 

TALLANT & WILDE, 

CuitNER OF MONTGOMERY AND CLAY STREETS, 
San Francisco. 

SIGHT AND TIME EXCHANGE, IN SUMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS, ON 

Geo. Peabody & Co. - - - London. 

Robb, Hoge & Wilson - - Liverpool. 

William Hoge & Co. New York. 

J. E. Thayer & Brother --"-.. Boston. 

W. W. Frazier, Esq. Philadelphia. 

James Robb & Co. New Orleans. 

Page & Bacon - - - - St. Louis. 

William Gay, Esq. - - - - - Louisville. 

Wm. Holmes & Co. Pittsburg. 

Commercial Bank ■ - - - Cincinnati. 

Merchants' Bank Baltimore. 

Sterling Bills at from sixty days to six months 

sight, for Remittances to CHINA, MANILA, EAST INDIES, CHILIC, 
MEXICO, &c., under credit from Messrs. Geo. Peabody & Co., of London. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 29 

JAMES L T_ CAS. IlEVRY S TURNER, 

JOHN SIMON OS, BRNJ R. NTSBF.T. 

St Louis. W. T. SHERMAN, S. Francisc". 

LUCAS, TURNER & CO. 

Jrg j&p 4*1 ^®o <fe o&C 9 s> 

NO. 104 MONTGOMERY STREET. SAX FRANCISCO, 

DBAW AT SIGHT, OR OX TIME, IX SUMS TO SUIT, 

- ■ 

American Exchange Bank New York. 

Wadsworth 6c Sheldon New York. 

Bank of Commerce Boston. 

Thomas Biddle & Co Philadelphia. 

Ferdinand Kennett 6c Co New Orleans. 

Lucas & Simonds St. Louis. 

J. P. Curtis <fc Co Louisville. 

Ellis 6c Sturges Cincinnati. 

Samuel Harris & Sons Baltimore. 

S. Jones A: Co Pittsburg, 

J. H. Burch & Co Chicago. 

GOLD DISI BllLiOX AND KXM1AX42E, 

PURCHASED AT BEST MARKET RATES. 



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I 



BANKERS, 

MONTGOMERY STREET. CORNER OF LONG WHARF, 
SAN FRANCISCO, 

TfMT[> A Tee? <••■■- - - . ■ £?fi7r073?35?> 

Or o.i Tihie, ii) Si|ft)§ Jo 8i|ii, oi) 

Ocean Bank New York. i Maury i: Morton Richmond. Ta. , 

Bank of North America Boston. ■ •) ohu 1>. Gordon Norfolk, Va. 

Drexel & Co Philadelphia. | Gen. Wm. Larimer, Jr Pittsburg, Pa. 

Medcalfe, Spieer & Co Baltimore. I A. D. Hunt <fc Co Louisville. Ky. 

Pickett, Macmnrdo & Co New Orleans, i J. S. Lyell Detroit, Mich. 

A. J. Wheeler Cincinnati, 0. . W. M. Martin Charleston. S. C 

Haskell it Co St. Louis. : Wheeler & Hobson Nashville. Tenn 

Mechanics' ct Farmer's Bank. Albany, N. Y. | 

ALSO 

DRAFTS on STUTTGART and FRANKFORT-ON-THE-MALNE, 
GERMANY. 

Purchase Certificates of Deposit and other Exchange at current rates, 
and transact a General Banking Business. 

F. M. D3EXEI, Philadelphia, 
V^MSS^\ San Francisco. 



30 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



BANKING HOUSE 



OF 



JVo. 129 ^Montgomery street. 



our 



New York, 

Boston, 

Philadelphia, 

Baltimore, 

and New Orleans, 

PALMER, COOK & CO. 



M/! r rTf!?SIlfl 




Corner of Kearny and Washington streets. 






ON ALL THE EASTERN CITIES, AND 

COLD DUST PURCHASED 

AT MARKET PRICES. 



AGENTS IN NEW YORK: 

American Exchange Bank, No. 50 Wall street. 



A D V E E T I S I X G DEPARTMENT. 



31 



J. R. ROBINSON. 



T. L. SHITH. 




BII Sill 



) 



ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY, 1851: 

CONDUCTED UPON THE PLAN OF SIMILAR INSTITUTIONS IN THE 
ATLANTIC STATES AND EUROPE. 



DEPOSITS FOR SAVINGS 

BEAR SIX PER CENT. INTEREST. 



Bank open Sat urdar Ereninp till 9 o'clock. 

For the accommodation of Mechanics, Laborers, &c. 



(General Banking Department: 



ON ALL THE ATLANTIC CITIES. 

AT MARKET RATES. 

E7" Usual Banking facilities afforded^ and Deposits received from 
Merchants and other Business Men. 



ROBINSON & Co. 

Corner of Clay and Montgomery streets. 



32 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



DR. A. S. WRIGHT'S 
MINERS' EXCHANGE & SAVINGS 



ARMORY HALL BUILDING, MONTGOMERY STREET. 



I*r. WRIGHT 9 ® 

A *W> ^r% *K> <V3> 



H, 9 <b A * CI $ 4* 1 1; H>® 



ALL MONEYS left at this Office will bear an interest of eighteen per cent, per year 

redeemable at pleasure. 
GOLD DUST left to be ASSAYED, will be returned within twenty-four hours, and the 

very best price paid for it when offered for sale. 
GOLD DUST RECEIVED ON SPECIAL DEPOSIT FREE OF CHARGE, and 

Rich Quartz Specimens purchased, or valued gratis, and every attention paid to the 

Assaying or Testing of all kinds of Ores. 
N. B.— BILLS OF EXCHANGE drawn ou the East, at sight, or on time. 
Also— On Mexico and Havana 



SAVINGS BANK 

AND 

ISCliMil onux 

J. B. TIMMERIAN & CO. 



Corner of Clay and Sansoane streets, San Francisco. 

TWELVE PER CENT, interest on DEPOSITS payable on demand. 

Special agreement for DEPOSITS on specific time. 

8SP" Office open from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.; and on Saturdays to 9 
o'clock, P. M., for the accommodation of Mechanics, Laborers, &c. 

Exchange for sale, at sight or time, on NEW YORK, PARIS 
and LONDON. 

GOLD DUST purchased at the highest rates, or shipped and insured 
to the Eastern States or Europe. 

DOLLARS and DOUBLOONS BOUGHT at the highest premium. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



33 



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FOT THE STATES OF 

MAINE, 

N. HAMAPSHIRE, 

VERMONT, 

MASSACHUSETTS, 

RHODE ISLAND, 

CONNECTICUT, 

NEW YORK, 

NEW JERSEY, 

PENNSYLVANIA, 

MARYLAND, 

VIRGINIA, 

N. CAROLINA, 

S. CAROLINA, 

ALABAMA, 

MISSISSIPPI, 

LOUISIANA, 

TENNESSEE. 

KENTUCKY, 

OHIO, 

MICHIGAN, 

INDIANA, 

ILLINOIS, 

IOWA, 

WISCONSIN. 



lw. mil, 

NOTARY PUBLIC, 

No. 129 Montgomery street, 

One door South of Commercial street, 



Conveyancing 

DEEDS, 

MORTGAGES, 

Powers of Attorney, 

AGREEMENTS, 

Bottomry Bonds, 

CERTIFICATES 

of Incorporation, 

BILLS OF SALE 

OF VESSELS, 

.VXD OTHER ' 

COMMERCIAL 
PAPERS 

Drawn and acknow- 
ledged. 

PROTESTS 

OF VESSELS 
Noted and Extend- 
ed. 



•Ittorney at Latv 9 

^irocfoir i\) ^infi^iilj, £o>]bel$i]ceir, ^otyHj Public, 

AND COMMISSIONER FOR 



MAINE, 

CONNECTICUT, 

INDIANA, 

TENNESSEE, 

ALABAMA, 

DELAWARE, 

MISSOURI, 



RHODE ISLAND. 

IOWA. 

KENTUCKY. 

MISSISSIPPI, 

ILLINOIS, 

OHIO, 

NEW JERSEY, 



NORTH CAROLINA, 

VIRGINIA, 

WISCONSIN, 

PENNSYLVANIA, 

VERMONT, 

GEORGIA, 



NEW HAMPSHIRE, 
SOUTH CAROLINA, 
MICHIGAN, 
FLORIDA, 
TEXAS, 

AND OTHER STATES. 



Testimony taken aud Papers Certified for every State in the Union, to be used in Court 
or put on Record. 5®"° Particular attention paid to the Collection of Money. 

Clay Street, Babe's Building. SAN FRANCISCO. 



SAMUEL H. DWINELLE, 
JYotary Public, 

(Under the Act concerning Notaries Public, passed April 30th, 1853,) 
MCALLISTER'S BUILDING, CLAY STREET, between Montgomery and Leidsdorff streets. 

CONVEYANCING, PROTESTS, AFFIDAVITS, ' 

And all other Notarial Business will receive prompt attention. 



BOLTON, BARRON & CO. 

AND 

Agents for the New Almeden Quicksilver Mines, 

92 Merchant Street. 

— _____ 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



JOS. GKANT k ARM. GUYOL, 













AND 



Hi EST1TI 



EST 



San Francisco. 



JOS. GRANT, 



JM \p j|> Ji^Islfl 




Commissioner for the States of 



NEW HAMPSHIRE, 


FLORIDA, 


VERMONT, 


. ALABAMA, 


MASSACHUSETTS, 


TEXAS, 


RHODE ISLAND, 


LOUISIANA, 


CONNECTICUT, 


ARKANSAS, 


DELAWARE, 


TENNESSEE, 


PENNSYLVANIA, 


KENTUCKY, 


MARYLAND, 


OHIO, 


VIRGINIA, 


MICHIGAN, 


NORTH CAROLINA, 


INDIANA, 


SOUTH CAROLINA, 
GEORGIA, 


ILLINOIS, 

MISSOURI, 

IOWA, 


AND WIS 


5CONSIN. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 35 



PIONEER EEAL ESTATE AUCTIONEERS. 



JAMES E. WAINWRIGHT. ALBERT G. RANDALL. 

JAMES E. WAINWRIGHT, AUCTIONEER, 

WAINWRIGHT, RANDALL £ CO. 






) 



AND 



STOCK AUCTIONEERS. 

NO. 100 MERCHANT STREET. NORTH SIDE, BETWEEN MONT- 
GOMERY AND KEARNY. 



OF ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY FOR 

Administrators, Assignees, Receivers, Mortgagees and Others, 



ACCORDING TO LAW. 



PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO THE PROPER PREPARATION OF 

Uttitrlja m»ttij for lab, 

And every facility will be afforded to the holders of such property for 
the transaction of their business. 

Mr. Randall being conversant with the Spanish 

Language, (having resided several years in Spanish countries,) will give 
his personal attention to the translation of title papers, when required. 

PMCTICiL SIWEYORS MD DRAUGHTSMEN 

Connected with our establishment, and can be sent at a short notice to 
MAKE SURVEYS OR MAPS. 

A large quantity of Real Property at private sale. 
0€>I^"V F E33TJ^I^rOIKrC3r, 

Under the supervision of A. G. RANDALL, Notary Public, under the 
law of 1853, and Commissioner for New Hampshire. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



A. A SELOYEE. 



R. H. SINTON. 



m 



f 



REAL, ESTATE 

AUCTIONEERS AND AGENTS. 



A. A. SELOVER, Auctioneer. 



136 Montgomery, between Clay and Commercial. 

Messrs. SELOVER, SINTON & Co. respectfully inform the public that 
they have associated themselves together for the purpose of conducting 
the REAL ESTATE BUSINESS IN ALL ITS BRANCHES— for the 
prosecution of which they deem themselves particularly well qualified, 
having been intimate with the business since July, 1849. 

Particular attention given to all questions affecting titles, &c. 

CHARLES D. CARTER, 

1*1, ig r i jiii lint, 

AUCTIONEER AND 



105 Montgomery street, near California, 



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Having established himself at the above locality for the purpose of 
transacting the 



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IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, will give special attention to sales of every 
description of real estate, examination of titles, conveyancing, &c. <fec. 

A Register of Property at either public or private sale, will be kept 
at the office for the inspection of purchasers. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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THEODORE PAYNE. 



SQUIRE P. DEWEY. 



THEODORE PAYNE, Auctioneer. 



f no, n the i ei. 

REAL. ESTAE AND STOCK 






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OFFICE AND SALES ROOM : 

Corner of California and Montgomery streets. 

Especial attention given to Public Sales of Estates by Administrators, 
Assignees, Receivers, Mortgagees, etc. etc., carefully complying with the 
forms of law. 

A Register for Property at either Public or Private Sale, is always 
open at their Office. 

CONDITIONS OF SALES :— Titles to be satisfactory, or no sale. 
Terms, Cash. Acts of sale at purchasers' expense. All purchasers 
of Real Estate must make a deposit of ten per cent, on the day of sale — 
the balance on the delivery of the deeds. 



SAMUEL B. CONREY. 



CHARLES W. HOWARD. 



CONREY & HOWARD 



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EHITE 



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KSHrMTFis, 



On Stocks, Real Estate, &c. 



OFFICE, MONTGOMERY STREET, 

NEXT DOOR TO THE CORNER OF MERCHANT. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



WM. NEELY JOHNSON. 



WM. F. SWASEY. 



fl. NEELY JOHNSON * CO., 

REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND I 



AND 






Deeds and Mortgages Prepared, Acknowledgements Taken, 

# ^ecoircte Jix^hityed q$ Certified fo, 
CONVEYANCING AND NOTARIAL BUSINESS ATTENDED TO 



WITH NEATNESS AND DESPATCH. 



OFFICE : No 96 Merchant Street, 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



C. H. WEST, 




STOCi IB ■„«... 

157 i$o»)icjoh)eirij §iireef. 

Stocks, of all descriptions, long lit and Sold. 

MASON & RICKER, 
Conttoctotii for Jttastir Dork, 

3XTo- -4LS Battery Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

MP MUmm & M€>TO>T€>» PIW OT®3USo 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 39 






HOME INSURANCE CO. 

OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, 
CASH CAPITAL - $500,000. 



This Company is prepared to Insure Buildings, Merchandise, Ships 
and Cargoes in port, and other property, on as favorable terms as any 
Company of like responsibility. 

LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID AT THIS AGENCY. 

Applications to be made, and Policies issued, by W. B. FARWELL. 
Office, Express Buildings. 

W. J. PARDEE, iU Kl )7 for fyBfohfo 

Messrs. Page, Bacon & Co. M-srs. Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Adams & Co. " Collins, Cushman & Co. 

" Carothers, Audereon & Co. " Sanders <fc Brenham, 

Turnbull & Walton, " G. K. Fiteh & Co. 

J. T. Hallock \- Co. " J. R. Xewton & Co. 

" Hussev, Bond & Hale, " W. L. Chrysler A- Co. 



Illlltl Fill miUHl COMPANY. 



^ZJ-_Sr-> li_,^Jia-L^^O^-r. 



ESTABLISHED 1835. EMPOWERED BY SPECIAL ACTS OF PARLIAMEXT. 



SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL... .si ,300,000 | SURPLUS FUXD 8700,000 

DIRECTORS IN LONDON : 
Alderman Sir JOHN MUSGBOVB, Bart.. Chairman. 
Alderman J. K. Hooper, Deputy Chairman. 
John A.ddis. Esq., Wm. Knott, Esq. 

C. S. Butler, Esq., John Laurie. Esq., 

J. D. Brown. Efeq., Robert Main, Esq., 

G. Harris Child, Esq.. W. Scholefield. Esq.. M. P., 

J. G. Hammock, Esq., Francis Witham, Esq. 

TRUSTEES : 
Alderman Sir J. Afusgrove, Bart. . 
C. S. Butler. Esq., J. G Hammock, Esq., 

Aid. J. K. Hooper, I William Knott, Esq. 

GEORGE H. JAY, Esq., Manager Branch Establishment, Boston. 

DIRECTORS : 

Xathaniel Thayer, Esq., Charles H. Mills. Esq., 

Samuel Hooper, Esq., James Stnrgis. Esq... 

James Murray Howe, Esq., Geo. S. Hillarcl, Esq. 

OFFICE OF THE SAX FRANCISCO AGEXGT. 126 CALIFOXIA STREET. 

W. LANE BOOKER, Agent. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN 

UPHOLSTERY GOODS 







AND 

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Have on hand and are constantly receiving : 

ENGLISH AND AMERICAN BRUSSELS CARPETS ; 
THREE-PLY, INGRAIN AND COMMON CARPETS ; 
OIL CLOTHS, MATTING, DRUGGETS, RUGS, MATS, &c. 

MM® — 

TTi?lxoXs"te:r > y Goods 



AND 



a o TUff^rr 



o_o 



Such as DAMASK, LOOP, CENTRE TASSELS, GIMP, FRINGE, 
CORNICES, BANDS AND CURTAIN PIXS. 

ggr All kinds of 

Upholstery lft % orU and Paper Hanging 

Done with neatness and dispatch, and on the most reasonable termB. 
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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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EDWARD H. PARKER, 

ins 111 iiiiii annul, 

JYo. 64 FRONT STREET, 




The undersigned, sole agent in California for the HAZARD POWDER 
COMPANY, has constantly on hand a lartre and general assortment 
of SPORTING and BLASTING POWDER, of superior quality, in 
canisters, quarters, halves and whole kegs. 

also — soTe^Tgen^^n^oalifornia for 

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A regular supply, in HOGSHEADS and BARRELS, for DRAUGHT 
and BOTTLING, manufactured expressly for this market. 

EDWARD H PARKER, 64 Front st. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



H. GARRISON, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

$0, i53 §^eip^hjeK|fo §i, cotyefr of 31fe66, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

H. C. will pay strict attention to furnishing Steamships, River Boats and Hotels. 



33* C3r H ES E3 T^J" 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



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No. 157 Sacramento Street, 

CORNER OF WEBB, 




HEYWOOD & CO., 

II1KII1 P 

No. 130 Washington Street, 

BETWEEN MONTGOMERY AND SANSOME STREETS, 



(£14 



MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN 

%\\% %%%% % ^%%V fe&^ %1%Vlk 

MATTRESSES, BEDSTEADS, COTS, &c. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 
179 JACKSON STREET, second door below Kearny, 

N. B. — Hotels and Vessels furnished to order on the most reasonable 

terms. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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"VST. J. SILVER, 

MANUFACTURER OF 




AND MATTRESSES, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

149 Sacramento st., between Montgomery and Kearny, 

And 116 Jackson street, 

N. B. — Hair, Moss, Feathers, <fcc. for sale on the most reasonable terms. 

INDEPENDENT LINE 



XT OH PACKET 



'2 



This Line will consist of FIRST CLASS VESSELS, all OLD TRADERS on the River, 

and Shippers may rely on having llioir Goods forwarded with dispatch. 
J@-ALL ORDERS LEFT WITH THE SUBSCRIBER will be punctually attended to. 

OEOLo©, 4=0 Ol^ty street "\7Vli«,rr, 

Second door below Davis street. San Francisco. 

J. SNOW, Agent. 

A. C. MESSERVE & CO 

IMPORTERS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 




on mmm ah matches, 

123 Clay street, 



A. C. MESSERVE, San Francisco. 
J. J. MESSERVE, New York. 



IMS WMHM 



J6@~ THE TRADE SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL TERMS."®® 

Houses Clothed and Papered, Curtains made and put up, Carpets sewed and put down at 

the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. 



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ADVERTISINCx DEPARTMENT. 




©UITIM© MEW 



AT THE 





57 Sansooie street, 
BETWEEN CALIFORNIA AND PINE, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



THE ROYAL TURKISH LINEN 




• \ - ' M 

OETE 



7" MO 



'HOT 






THE ONLY HOUSE IN THE STATE WHERE THIS HEALTHY AND 
AGREEABLE LUXURY CAN BE ENJOYED. 



This is the best article ever invented for Bathing purposes, and received 
a premium at the World's Fair. Their superiority over every other de* 
scription of towel consists in their great sharpness, combined with flexi* 
bility and absorption, and arc highly approved and recommended by the 
faculty as the most beneficial and invigorating article now in use. 

Single Baths, only 75 cents. 

Ten Tickets for - - - - $5. 

Separate apartments for Ladies. 

MASON & IVIcCOMBE, Proprietor*. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 45 

W. REYNOLDS, 

SHIP MB CDSTOffl-HODSB 



wy^%ft^f 



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s-A.on.ja.nvEE3r^r i i B o street, 



Fire-Proof Store, one door from the corner of Sansome, 

Ships and Cargoes Entered and Cleared at the Custom House on 

reasonable terras. 

ID" Particular attention given to the Sale and Purchase of Vessels. 



HUGHES & HUNTER, 

SHIP MB CUSTOffi-IOnSE 

AND 

Corner of Battery and Sacramento streets, 

(up stairs,) 

BM I^MFIHBBOL 



SHIPS AND CARGOES ENTERED AND CLEARED AT THE CUSTOM 

HOUSE ON REASONABLE TERMS. 

Particular attention given to the Sale and Purchase of Vessels, 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 



wisp $m mmi 

•Tto. 139 ^Montgomery street, 

TWO DOORS SOUTH OF CLAY, 

Have on hand one of the best selected assortments of Goods in 
San Francisco, and are constantly supplied by one of the Largest 
Houses in the United States with the LATEST STYLES of 



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We have on hand a fine assortment of 



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WARE 



CONSISTING of 



TEA SETTS, CASTOES, SPOONS, 

FORKS, HI BINES, PITCHERS, GOBLETS, CUPS, to 






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•Manufactured! to Order », 

And all descriptions of fine WATCHES REPAIRED by skillful 

and experienced workmen. 

G. G. & S. S. SHREVE, 139 Montgomery st 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



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GAIME, GUILLEMOT & Co. 

103 Montgomery street, 

S-A-Ptf FRANCISCO, 

IMPORTERS OF 

DIAMONDS, RICH JEWELRY, 



MANUFACTORY: 
481 Broadway, New York, and Paris. 



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IMPORTER OF AND DEALER IN 
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SILVER AND PLATED WARE TO ORDER, 



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•JJo. 136 ^o^fgohjeHj §fteef, second fiooir, 

Room No. 13. SAN FRANCISCO. 



H. M. LEWIS, 





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Cm || iii U r \J\ r»A »k Jtsi (Ml 



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( OLDEST ESTABLISHED IN CALIFORNIA, ) 

MANUFACTURING JEWELLER, 



IMPORTER OF 



fwt f&fattjjw, %w\x\\, itamnnk, kt. kt. 

189 Clay street, Nan Francisco. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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IMPORTER OF 
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Piano Fortes, 

Melodeons, 

Organs, for Parlor or Church, 

Double Reed iEolians, 

Flutinas, Accordeons, 

Flutes, 

Flute Canes, 

Clarionets, A, B, C and B, 

Hautboys, or Oboes, 

Flageolets, 

Violins, 

Violas, 

Violoncellos, 

Double Bass, 

Guitars, Banjoes, 

Tamborines, 

Castagnettes, 

Clarionets' Capes, 

Mouth Pieces, 

Ophicleides, 

Bugles, Post Horns, 

Cornopcous, with 3 valves, 

Alto Sax Horns, 

Sax Horns, E, F, B and C, 



French Horns, with 3 rotary 
valves, 

Cornets, with 3 rotary valves, 

Sax Horns, with 4 rotary valves, 

Reeds, 

Strings, 

Bridges, Bows, 

Timing Forks, 

Hammers, Wires, 

Rosin Bows, Hairs, 

Pegs, 

Tail Pieces, 

Capo de Astras, Mutes, 

Metronomes, 

Sheet Music, 

Music Paper, 

Instruction Books< 

Blank Books and Scales for eve- 
ry kind of Instrument, 

Bass Drums, 

Fifes, 

Turkish Cymbals, 

Drum Heads, 

Snares, and Triangles, 



Music Store, 180 Clay street, 

BETWEEN MONTGOMERY AND KEARNY, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 



ADVERTISING DEPART ME XT 



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NiTIIAMEL ORAY. 
ACTIO 










192 Sacramento street, near Dupont street, 

A large assortment of Plain and Superior 

MAHOGANY AND COMMON 



UP J 

Constantly on hand. 

f&omb Stones ftirnisljcfr to ovbtv. 




ESTABLISHMENT. 



THE SUBSCRIBER IS PREPARED TO SUPPLY 

squids, aaaasas 

AND CARRIAGES, 

AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE AND ON THE MOST REASONA- 
BLE TERMS. 

He will have constantly on hand a large supply of the best quality 
of the Materials suitable to a general Undertaking Business. 

JOHN MURPHY, 



3«5l Stockton street. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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GENERAL UNDERTAKERS. 



171 Sacramento street, 

TWO DOORS ABOVE KEARNY. 



HEARSES, COFFINS and COUCHES, together with all Funeral 
requisites, on the most moderate terms. 

Punctual attendance at all hours, during day or night. 

Residence, Minna street, between First and Second sts. 













AND GENERAL JOBBER IN 

Merchant street, 

THREE DOORS BELOW MONTGOMERY,— SAN FRANCISCO. 



mw 

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All kinds of Locks Repaired and Fitted with Keys. 

GUNS REPAIRED and ALTERED TO PERCUSSION. 

BELLS HUJVG in the nest Manner, 

To Ring with ease and durability. 

Printing |3«0sc0 Hcpautfr. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



51 



TMlI ©[MOM AIL 



MACHINE SEWING FACTORY, 



ALL KINDS OF 

WORK 

EXECUTED IX A NEAT IAWEB 

AT THE 

CLOTH NEEDLES FOR SALE 




SHEETS, PILLOW SLIPS, 

MATTRESSES, 

CLOTHING, &e, 

MADS tQ GBDM 

AT 

THE SHORTEST NOTICE. 



. 0. BBMS&S & if. 



No, 30 BATTERY STREET, corner of Pine, Winter's Row, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Grain, Flour, Potato and Produce SACKS of all kinds always on hand, 

and for sale low in lots to suit. 

Also, THREAD and NEEDLES of every description. 




GBOVER, BAKER & COS 



PATENT 




For Use in Oregon and California, 
At No, SO Battery street, San Francisco, 

£7" Exclusive Rights for Towns and Counties can be procured. 

These machines need no puffing. They prove themselves the " NE 
PLU^ ULTRA " 

BLISS & BBIGHAM, Agents. 






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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



IIWl»i«I 



Constantly on hand :— GENERATORS, BOTTLING MACHINES, 
FOUNTAINS, DRAUGHT TUBES of various and beautiful pat- 
terns. Also, Bottles, Corks, Twine, Acid, Marble Dust, Whiting, 
Coloring Oils, &c. 




•infl JLeatlier Hose ,• 

Beer Pumps, Cocks of all kinds, Couplings, Brasiers' Copper, Spelter 
Solder, Copper Rivets, Block Tin, &c. <fcc. 

We manufacture to order all kinds of COPPER WORK at the shortest 
notice. 

W. ffl. & E. S. GRAVES, 

142 Front street. 



LEE & HINKLEY, 

TIS, PMfflBIES 



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TIN PLATE * SHEET IRON WORKERS; 

DEALERS IN 

STOVES, CABOOSES, TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WARE 

of every description, 

163 ^ZFLOISTT STREET, 

(Between Pacific and Broadway,) 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



im* All kinds of SHIP and STEAMBOAT WORK done at short 
notice and on the most reasonable terms. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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SAN FRAiMCSSGO 






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SMITITgOWERS & NEEFUS, 

COPPERSMITHS, PLUMBE8 

iJt§ HOSE WMIiij 

FRONT STREET, near Washington. 

Copper Work for Steamboats, Distilleries and Sugar Houses ; House 
and Ship Water Clossets ; Bathing Apparatus ; Lift and Force Pumps ; 
Sheet Lead, Pipe and Stop Cocks, of all sizes. All articles in the 
above lines constantly on hand or manufactured to order. Block Tin 
and Bar Lead. LEATHER HOSE made and repaired. 

D^ JTOBBl^Gr punctually attended to* 

JOHN C. AYERS, 

mm 






67 CALIFORNIA STREET, between Battery and Front streets, 

ML KINDS DF BMS CASTIKGS Mil FISHII 

Executed with neatness and dispatch. 




AND 



as WAmw^^^ 



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Bank, Vault, Store and Prison Locks. — Also, Brass Padlocks of different 

patterns made to order. 

BELL HANGING. — Engineers' Gongs and House Bells made and fitted 

to order. I@=ALL JOBS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



MIGHT & KIMBALL'S 





AND 



137 Jackson street, corner of Jones' alley, 



ALL KINDS OF BRASS CASTINGS 

MADE TO ORDER. 

LAMPS, CHANDELIERS, LANTERNS, <fcc. Gilt, Ormelued, altered 
and repaired at short notice. 

BELL HANGING promptly attended to. — Speaking Tubes, Fire 

Torches, Keys, &c. 

D. E. KNIGHT. N. R. KIMBALL. 

G. If. HUTTON, 




Market Place, facing Battery street, 



SAN FRANCISCO, 



Saw and Grist Mill Irons, Horse Powers and Threshing Machines, Quartz Crushing 
Machinery, Chilian Mills and Patent Amalgamators, Iron and Brass Castings 
of every description, and Machine Work in general promptly executed. 



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(Oldest Establishment of the kind on the Pacific Coast.) 



Market street, facing Battery street, 

OAK" 3F3BAH0ESC!©.- 

S AWING, SLITTING and PLANING promptly executed in the best manner and at the 
lowest current rates. — Plank and Boards RE-SAWED by Crosby's Patent Mills 
more perfectly and with less waste than by any other process. — WOOD TURNING 
in general promptly executed. — Newells and Bannisters always on hand.- — 
SCROLL SAWING in every variety. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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STEAM ENGINE, 




This Establishment has been in successful operation for the last 
four years, and has a large assortment of PATTERNS adapted 

TO THE WANTS OF THIS COUNTRY. 

Manufacture HIGH and LOW PRESSURE STEAM 







OF ALL SIZES; 

CASTINGS IN IRON AND COMPOSITION, 

LIGHT OR HEAVY; 



For GANG, SASH, MULAY and CIRCULAR SAWS, of most 

approved patterns ; 

IRON WORK FOR FLOUR MILLS; 

PUMPS for Mining or any other purpose ; 



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All kinds of IRON CASTINGS for Buildings ; GEERING of all 
descriptions. — In fact, all kinds of work that is executed in 
the largest Foundries of the Atlantic States. 



D" Particular attention given to the REPAIR of 
STEAMBOAT ENGINES and BOILERS, and all 
other Machinery. 



RINCON POINT, 

San Francisco, Cal. 



Proprietor. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



DONAHUE'S 




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(The first established in the State,) 

Corner of First and Mission streets, 

(happy valley,) 



±!Bk 

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Marinas 

FOR SALE. 



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AND 



C*lSTIJY€rS of either iron or brass 

Made promptly to order. 



PACIFIC 





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GODDAHD & CO. 

(Successors to EGERY& HINCKLEY,) 

First street, between Mission and Howard, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

EVERY KIND OF MILL, 



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QUARTZ CRUSHING MACHINERY, 



and 



if I 



N. B.— A great variety of PATTERNS on hand. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



57 



H. M. COLBATH, 

MANUFACTURER OF 





^15 To 



9 



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WIDOW f MM 



MARKET STREET STEAM MILLS, 

Keeps constantly on hand and manufactures to order, all kinds of work 
in the above branches, including MOULDINGS, PANEL WORK 
and PLANING, having superior Machinery. 

WOOD TURNING in all its branches 

DONE WITH DISPATCH. 



MANUFACTURER OF 



SiSl f I00RS 111 BLIIDS, 

Window Frames and Shutters, 

No- 137 Pine street, near Kearny street, 

Manufacture to order all kinds of work in the above branches, including Mouldings, Panel 

Work and Planing, having 

Superior IkSIftolxixxory- 



DEALEK AND JOBBER IN 




©TTGMW /AW© m\SLUW\E^T ©©©©©, 

N. W. corner Montgomery and Sacramento streets, (second floor,) 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



BELL, NORMS * CO., 

SHIPWRIGHTS, CAULKERS, 

SPAR MAKERS AND BOAT BUILDERS, 

Clay Street Wharf, below Drum street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



Jf@pAll orders promptly attended to, and work faithfully executed.. 

Messrs. Hussey, Bond & Hale ; Henry A. Cheever & Co. ; Flint, Peabody 
& Co. ====___=_ 



(FORMERLY JOHN MOULTON & CO.,) 



iloci in mm Minis, 

SHIPWRIGHTS, CAULKERS, 

AND 

SHIP AND STEAMBOAT BLACKSMITHS, 

No. 16 Sacramento Street Wharf. 

Shipmasters and others will find it to their advantage to visit our 
establishment. 

We are now prepared to furnish them all the different kinds of work 
that is required for vessels. Jobs taken in Building or Repairing, and 

SATISFATION GUARANTIED. 

Particular attention paid to the FITTING OF FERRY BLOCKS. 
Having had three years experience in that Branch, we know precisely 
what is needed. 



DEALER IN 



Fil 4TU\ ^MJ 



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WWW 

AND 



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TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORKER, 
No. 75 1-2 Kearny Street, 



5AM F3EATCHTC(Q) ? 



Jobbing of all kinds done at the shortest notice. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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mom & m> 







AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 





Comer of Vallejo, Hinckle and Pinckney streets, 



IAS ffffiASKBHUft 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




SODA WATER MANUFACTURERS, 




AND 



DEALERS I ILL DB OF 

Corner of If arket and Commerce Streets, 

STOCKTON 



cn 



smffi 



SODA WATER MANUFACTURERS, 



AND 



mas u a his of m mm stock. 

Corner of Sixth and A Streets, 

MARYSVILLE. 






ADVERTISING DEPART ME XT. 



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SOLE AGENTS FOR CALIFORNIA : 



,77X1 



California street, below Front. 



KS&i^^^SS? 



IMPORTER OF AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN 



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if if II, TIN PLATE, 



ZINC, ARK SHEET IBON WARE, 

37 Sacramento street, 

Between Front and Davis streets, SAN FRANCISCO. 



( FORMERLY MKEXNa's ) 



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On Jones's Alley, 

Which runs from Washington to Jackson, and between Montgomery and 

Sansome streets, 

WHERE WILL BE FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF 

WATER CASKS, FISH BARRELS, HOOP IRON, 

OIL CASKS, KEGS, 10 and 15 gall. RIVETS, &c. &c. 



l&W. 




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wVo. 153 California street^ 



CONSTANTLY ON HAND : 

Oil and Water Casks; Beef, Pork and Salmon 
Barrels; Hoop Iron and Eivets; 

AlS0, SALT, IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS. 



N. B. — ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS done on reasonable terms. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



JOHN GRANT, 



DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER OF 



m\ 



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AND GRANITE, 

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^<^Salol^iy>4» J M^> *!ii d« 




INTER TOP' 



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All work in the above branches will be done at the lowest prices. 



No. 91 Montgomery street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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ST, LOSES", LEVI k CO. 

IMPORTERS OF THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF 

liiiA -J dLL J ^i ^^b sLf^l is&>, 



AND 



SOLE AGrEJXTTS 



FOR THE SALE OF 



LA tLOR DE GARAXAb PARI AuAb 1 CA. HAVANA, 

IN CALIFORNIA. 



X}TJ? 



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(FIRE-PROOF BUILDING,) 

Montgomery si, near the corner of Washington, 

SMI ESMWggJu 



O. W. EASTON, 



AXD 



INSPECTOR OF PROVISIONS. 

BEEF, PORK, MAMS, BACON, FISH, &c. 

Inspected, Re-pickled, Smoked and Re-packed, at 

No. 41 DAVIS STREET, 

Between Sacramento and California streets, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 








PEORIA 




mRmmwmmwmmi 



Corner of Broadway and Battery streets, 

The only Manufactory of the above celebrated Plow on the Pacific, 



The undersigned having successfully introduced these Plows to the 
California public, are now prepared to say, that they will continue to 
supply the increasing demand at rates which cannot fail to prove satis- 
factory, as our increased facilities enable us to procure our materials 
direct from the Eastern markets at the lowest cash prices, and insures us 
at the same time the best material. 

We have materially modified the Plow, adapting its construction to the 
wants of our own State, which renders it greatly superior to any Plow 
imported. 

Our stock for this season manufactured here amounts to 3000, and will be 
increased to double that number for the ensuing season's demand. 



Orders should be directed through the Post Office or Expresses, to 

L. E. MORGAN & Co. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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SAN FRANCISCO 




158 California street, 

WOODSIDE & CO., Carriage Ulakers; 
KIMBALL. & CO., Coacli Painters ; 
JOHN L. OTTIOHOi¥, Carriage Trimmer. 

GARRXAdE 



OF ALL KINDS. 



Constantly on hand or made to order. 






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Particular attention paid to Repairing, Painting and Putting 
up Carriages. 



39 Webb street, near Sacramento. 



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MADE AND REPAIRED, 



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FELLOES, &c. 

Constantly on "fcL£fcii<3L. 




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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



LAWTOIM * SMITH, 



JliRMyE III 



m if wc mv 



Bush street, three doors above Kearny, 

SAN FRANCISCO, 
WAOON REPAIRING & HORSESHOEING 

NEATLY EXECUTED. 



Between Montgomery and Sansome streets, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 




d n he fluid 



IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 

CAMPHEKE BURNING FLUID AND OIL 

Lamps, Lanterns, Globes, Chimneys and 



JEREMIAH NAGLE. 



GEO. H. T. COLE. 




J? 





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COMMISSION AND SHIPPING AGENTS, 

Corner of Pacific and Front streets, 



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Ballast and Water supplied. Crews obtained for Sea and Harbor Duty, 

at the shortest notice, and on reasonable terms. 

ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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JOHN WILSON * SON, 



mm mm 



f^mm 



WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL, 



One door fro m the corner o f Sacramento. 

N. B.— Fire Caps Constantly on Hand. 



LEWIS TEAL. 



MORRIS S. BROWN. 



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IMPORTERS OF 

" 1 1 B P A I 

GIN, SECARS, ETC. 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 



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!¥©. 130 Washington Street, 

Opposite the United States Market, 

§AH F3EAHOITC©* 



JIB 



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j±. xv:ei:e3:h3:ii.t7V p :fliq-:e3:t- 

PEOPEIETOE. 

Halleck street, near American Theatre, 



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LACKAWANA, SCHUYLKILL. LEHIGH, NEWCASTLE, (Steam,) LIVERPOOL, 

(Orrel,) SYDNEY, CUMBERLAND, CARDIFF, SCOTCH, and other descriptions 

of Coal constantly on hand. 

Steamers, Restaurants and Blacksmiths, supplied at the shortest notice, and at the lowest 

market price. 
DELIVERED TO ANT PART OF THE CITY FREE OF CHABGE. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




CONRO, SASVIPSON * CO. 

PROPRIETORS OF THE 

GOLDEN GATE FLOURING MILLS, 

AT TSS SM&S &&SWSft¥, «ffl ST o 9 
SAN FKANCISCO. 

Where they manufacture and offer for sale, at the lowest market rates 






ill 



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FROM PURE CALIFORNIA WHEAT, OF THE BEST QUALITY, 
AND 

WARRANTED EQUAL TO THE BEST GALLEGO OR HAXALL, 



BRAN AND SH0RTS_ ALWAYS ON HAND. 

^"Orders solicited and promptly attended to-^j 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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NEWSPAPER OFFICE, 

Kearny street, next door to the Post Office, 

NEWSPAPERS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. 



Country Agents Supplied on Reasonable Terms. 



HEW BIBFORB OIL WORKS, 



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M INUFACTI RERS AND DEALERS IN 

CIIPH 



BURNING FLUID. ALCOHOL, &C, 



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CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

ALSO— CAMPHENE FRESH FROM OUR DISTILLERY, DAILY 

Corner of Sansome and Jackson streets, 



PEHFATE BOAEBIIS I0USI 



' TBI £§3 d§3 



No. 319 Stockton Street, Near Broadway, 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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IM3 M« CiykSSIllI® 
BTOiilll i\ Willi 



Visiting, At Home Cards and Seals Engraved ; Initials and Inscriptions 
on Jewelry, Silver Ware, &c; Door and Number Plates. 

166 Clay street, three doors above Montgomery, 

bast immam* 
CHAPIN & SAWYER, 

IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 

wmm & inn. 






Shoe Findings, Nets, Seines, &c. &e. 



JYo. 127 Sansome street* 

(Near Washington street,) 



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i:\Sk -l J'l 

IMPORTER OF AND DEALER IN 
ElfilBJ 



HARDWARE, MINING TiOLd 

And Agricultural Implements, 
3XTo. 84 Bsttteiry street, 

Between Sacramento and Long Wharf, 
OR A Yfl T? T^ A WfPffGSfP rl 



ADTEETISIXG DEPARTMENT. 



JAMES M. MOORE & CO. 

IMPORTERS OF AXD DEALERS IX 



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FIELD AND 




Juli u. 



DRUGS, DYE STUFFS AND PERFUMERY, 

CALIFORNIA STREET, CORXER OF LEIDESDORFF STREET, 






SAN FRANCISCO 




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r 







FOOT OF SECOND STREET. 



Vessels taken out ami Repaired. 



APPLY TO 



NEEFUS & TIOHENOR, 

Jackson street Wharf. 



WHOOLF, PHILIPS & CO. 

MTIIT ITEA1 BAKERY 



'■jr± J.* is] J. 

OSice ]Vo. 30 Battery street. 



Ship Bread, Hard and Soft Crackers, Soda, Sugar 
and Pic-Nic Buscuit, 



All Orders left at the Office Trill meet with prompt attention, 
CARTAGE FREE. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



GREENWOOD cfc XXXX^X-.S ; 



JAMES CJREENWOOD. 



WILLIAM S. HILLS. 





•Machine Sewing and Mag Factory, 

No. 67 Jackson street, between Battery and Front, San Francisco. 

G. & H. having been the first to establish a FACTORY of this kind in California, flatter 
themselves that their experience and knowledge of the business will enable them to furnish 
Farmers, Millers and Flour Dealers with the best quality FLOUR and GRAIN SACKS 
at the lowest rates. Their work is executed by Grover, Baker & Co.'s celebrated S ewing 
Machines, which, for strength and durability of stitch, have no equal. They have unrivalled 
facilities for filling contracts of any magnitude, at the shortest notice and on the most liberal 
terms. Grain, Flour and Salt Sacks of all kinds constantly on hand. Tents, Ceilings, Ham 
Covers, Hose, Mattresses, &c. made to order with neatness and dispatch. 

Osnaburgs, Brown Drillings, Sheeting, Gilling, Thread, &c. on hand and for sale at the 
lowest market prices, Orders respectfully solicited. 



WM. WORTHINGTON, 



GHB^issaiaiBg, ©mMDM% (s^^mnMs^ &@ &@o 

ISrenham Place, Plaza. 

N. B.— A large assortment of Plain and Ornamental STAINED GLASS 
of the best quality, always on hand and for sale at the lowest market 
price. 

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SIGH, OESAMEJtTAl AHD DECOEATIYE 

raKm, 

91 Montgomery stt. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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SYRUP AND CORDIAL MANUFACTORY, 



fllSil tits: 

Importers and Manufacturers of 

ml mmm m §tojp§ m© <G©MMm 



We are constantly receiving per Clipper ships from New York — 



Turner's Lemon Syrup, 

Turner's Raspberry Syrup, 
Turner's Sarsaparilla Soda Syrup, 
Turner's Strawberry S